As technology continues to evolve, so do the opportunities to capture things that used to be impossible – and do so in an almost immediate fashion. But really, is this a bad thing? The ability to quickly view and share your work has allowed many people to do what they love and make a good living doing it. With that in mind, what these posts do is provide insight into the process of shooting and processing a timelapse.


The Extensive Timelapse Tutorial Series: How to Shoot Astro Timelapses

This post sheds light on the best settings for your camera so that when you go out and attempt to shoot the milky way yourself, you won't be frustrated by your results.

/ January 11, 2016
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MorphLapse // A Hyperlapse From 7 Still Frames

Armand Dijcks, a filmmaker out of Rotterdam, The Netherlands recently found a cool way of mimicking hyperlapse through a new technique he calls, Morphlapse.

/ November 15, 2013

The Raw Time-lapse Tutorial // Gear Prep

One of the biggest challenges when shooting a time-lapse is gear management. I don’t know how many times I have arrived at a location and realized a crucial part of my kit was missing. However, like most things, you only learn...

/ July 18, 2013

The Raw Timelapse Tutorial // How To Shoot Day To Night Timelapses

As many people have proclaimed, day to night or night to day time-lapses are the ‘holy grail’ of time-lapse shooting. They tend to draw the attention of viewers because of their assumed complexity. At the same time, what people don’t...

/ June 12, 2013

How to Shoot Motion Controlled Time-lapses // A Few Tips to Get You Started

Once you have mastered static time-lapses, the next thing to add to your repertoire is the ability to shoot motion controlled time-lapses. Like static time-lapses, it is key to think of each frame as a unique image. At any point...

/ April 29, 2013

How To Shoot A Static Time-lapse // The 7 Questions You Need to Ask Yourself

One of the challenges you need to overcome when shooting a timelapse is determining the ideal setting for your camera. Out of all the questions that I get, the most common are what F-STOP (APERTURE), SHUTTER and INTERVAL (DELAY) to...

/ March 15, 2013