2014/11/12

Time-Lapse Photography

 Click Here to Watch it.


The Multimedia Production class was assigned to create a time-lapse video that incorporated multiple views. Tim Rossland's video (click here to watch) came out great. Tim used a single Nikon D7000 camera and Adobe Lightroom, After Effects and Premiere to create this look at Greensboro.

Several students visited the nature theme for their projects. (Click the picture to play them)


Video by Cate Gordon



Video by Sarah Whelan


Video by Zoe Zielinski


3 comments:

lwelch.photo said...

Very cool vidoes!
How did Tim Rossland create the fluid movement in his time lapse?
-Lauren

Jay Capers said...

Tim made a picture, took a step, keeping the same focus point in same spot in the viewfinder, then repeated the process for the series (about 200 shots)

In post processing, Tim, first worked the series through in After Effects, using Warp Stabilizer, creating the smooth effect.

Then he imported those clips into Premiere, Tim still had to fix some clips with the Warp Stabilizer in Premiere to create the final effect.

RCC PHOTO said...

Tim made a picture, took a step, keeping the same focus point in same spot in the viewfinder, then repeated the process for the series (about 200 shots)

In post processing, Tim, first worked the series through in After Effects, using Warp Stabilizer, creating the smooth effect.

Then he imported those clips into Premiere, Tim still had to fix some clips with the Warp Stabilizer in Premiere to create the final effect.