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A quick start in Hyperlapse Photography
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http://petapixel.com/2013/09/23/hyperlap...rt-finish/

I like hyperlapse videos, I think they're the most stunning piece of photography in... video. Big Grin

Basically, they're the same as a video, but each individual frame is recorded as a photograph, and stitched together in post-processing. It involves lots of work, but it is really worth it.
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(Aug 25, 2014, 06:47)kNox Wrote: http://petapixel.com/2013/09/23/hyperlap...rt-finish/

I like hyperlapse videos, I think they're the most stunning piece of photography in... video. Big Grin

Basically, they're the same as a video, but each individual frame is recorded as a photograph, and stitched together in post-processing. It involves lots of work, but it is really worth it.

Can we call it time lapse photography as it always has been called?
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Time lapse it is, then.

In my mind, I call it time lapse when the camera is stationary and you watch everything zoom by, and hyper lapse when the camera is zooming past everything. Smile
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(Oct 7, 2014, 07:24)kNox Wrote: Time lapse it is, then.

In my mind, I call it time lapse when the camera is stationary and you watch everything zoom by, and hyper lapse when the camera is zooming past everything. Smile

OK, I get the difference...your talking about animating the camera. I didn't know it had a separate term...I loved doing pixelations which involve animating live and inanimate objects. haven't done any in thirty years or more. I have a student project in facebook.
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