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Time Lapse at 399' AGL

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by jryser, Sep 13, 2015.

  1. jryser

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    Shot today in northern Kentucky with P3P, color corrected and timelapsed, then used warp stabilizer for this stunning cloud run!! Gotta love our P3's!


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    Great shot, never thought about how the p3p stability lends itself to time lapse. Might try that on a distant thunderstorm. Kudos
     
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  3. Phantom Dr1

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    Great Time Lapse. Definitely have to try that at some point
     
  4. jryser

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    Shot 8 minutes of footage. It was a little windy so I am pleased with the stability. Yep, latest upgrade too.


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    I'm sure this is a feature we all have been reluctant to use, until now. Is there any online free editing software I can use to produce a video like above. Elements 13 doesn't have time lapse feature
     
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    Very cool!
     
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    Very good. I've thought about doing this as I like the effect with my gopro for ground shots.
    What Timelapse intervals did you use?
     
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    Very nice. I'm new to all this so how is a video made from a series of photos? I can use the time lapse feature, get a bunch of photos but then what ? Thanks.
     
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    Unique perspective and great job!
     
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    I shot in 4k, then loaded into premiere pro. The original video was 7 minutes. Sped up 5000%. Had 8 minutes in the air as realtime. I did the color correcting when I did the time lapse. Exported in H.264 1080p 29.97 (The show I film for uses that format). Reimported into premiere pro and used the warp stabilizer plugin.


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  11. jryser

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    This was actually sped up video. I DO use photos for some timelapses but this one in particular was all video. I use After Effects for the series of photos to become a timelapse, PM me if you want to learn about that!


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