We'll walk through examples, workflows and diagrams together to create maximum understanding with minimum time spent away from your camera. Understand time-lapse and start shooting now.
Time-lapse gear from basic to advanced: tripods, intervalometers and remote timers, DSLR cameras and lenses
Balancing time-lapse image settings
Shooting time-lapse: composition and exposure
Preventing timelapse flicker
Creating the time-lapse movie: codecs and ,frame rates, software workflows and walkthroughs
Time-lapse challenges: Astrophotography time-lapse, flicker free day to night transitions, HDR timelapses and time-lapse motion control devices
350+ images, diagrams, and workflow illustrations - Quick reference summaries and checklists - 149 pages in length
If you prefer a digital edition a $14.99 PDF eBook available at the site learntimelapse
I'm also teaching a course on Skillshare with this book as a textbook.
For me it's about freedom. Time-lapse is a strange thing: It frees you from the normal flow of your routine and all that busyness of life, yet at the same time it can connect you to your surroundings more than anything else.
Do you think time-lapse should be left to the pros? I don't think so.
Take some of the stuff shared here and invest it in your next clip but also throw some of it away, do your own tests and rewrite sections how you please. Don't let anyone tell you that you are doing things the wrong way. If you are getting the results you want then that's all that matters. Never forget that you are the artist and it's your story.
It's a real honor and privilege to partner with you on this time-lapse training journey. Thank you.
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About the Author
Ryan Chylinski is an American time-lapse photographer, entrepreneur, and outdoors enthusiast from the flagship city of Erie Pennsylvania. Founder of LearnTimelapse.com, a community powered time-lapse education and experimentation hub, Ryan's philosophy centers on teaching, sharing and a continual drive to never stop learning.
Ryan received his BS from The Rochester Institute of Technology in 2008, where he studied computer engineering at the College of Applied Science and Technology in Rochester New York. With the help of an incredible community of time-lapse enthusiasts and inspired by the beauty of Upstate New York and Northwest Pennsylvania, Ryan honed his time-lapse experiences amidst some of the most beautiful temperate landscapes imaginable.