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GoProHero4Black

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How To Shoot Time-Lapse Video


We all know time-lapse video creates beautiful effects - it can make events unfold quicker than what the human eye usually observes. This video method is mostly used in wildlife documentaries, movies and commercials using high-tech cameras and editing software. Many affordable video cameras now have built-in time-lapsing functions, you could make your own interesting videos.

I've tried doing time-lapse videos for some time, so I thought I'd share some suggestions and tricks together with you here.
How To Shoot Time-Lapse Video
Overview
Before you begin recording your time-lapse video, you should choose a subject. Some good subjects to shoot include daily traffic, a sunrise or waves on the beach. You can basically shoot anything that you just think will look good if you capture movements over time. I love to shoot cityscapes and have the sky time-lapsed - seeing the clouds and sky change color over time is really mesmerizing.

OK, when shooting time-lapse video, included in the package need to decide what method you will employ. There are two key methods:

 Record at normal speeds. You can record the video in a normal speed and speed it down later using video editing software. I call this the "post-production" approach. If you need flexibility, I suggest you go with this method. You can control the velocity as you edit the recording and ultimately end up with a better production. I suggest you obtain a good software like Corel VideoStudio or Adobe Premiere Elements to assist you with time-lapse effects which you add post-production. Sure, they cost a bit of money, but they will be worth the while in the long-term. GoPro Hero 4 Black Edition time lapse



 Time-lapse recording. The other way of creating such videos is always to make use of your camera. Many cameras now have built-in features which support this. It's simpler as you just need to set up your kit, and after that press shoot. It instantly records it you want and tends to take up less random access memory in your camera.

Now, whichever method you utilize, you should know there are some specific steps to adhere to to get a good quality production.

The first step: Mounting Your Camera
The digital camera needs to be steady all through the capturing process so it is important to place the camera on the stable surface. You should use a tripod to set up you before starting the recording process.

If you happen to really do not possess a tripod available, you can use a firm surface as being a sandbag. Make sure that the camera or perhaps the object it is being positioned on does not move or fall over in the shooting process.

Step 2: Focus And Exposure
Usually, videographers leave you unattended during time-lapse shots. Should you be doing the same, setting the main objective before you start shooting is a good idea. Decide whether you desire to you use automatic or manual focus to the video.

If the object you happen to be recording tends to move closer or farther away from the camera, you may need to utilize the auto focus option. However, when the subject is going to stop at the same distance throughout the recording time, then you can definitely manually set and lock the main objective settings.

Also, getting the right exposure, setting an automobile iris is suitable if you are going to leave the camera unattended throughout the shoot. However, I have discovered that sometimes this brings about poor picture quality. When you can, use a manual iris setting to make sure you're going to get the right light and exposure for the video.

Step 3: Amount of The Recording
The duration of the recording is dependent on the amount of the event you are capturing. You may want lots of in-built or expanded memory cards inside your camera for the job. Modern cameras come built with plenty of record time within their memory disks.

It is vital, I repeat, absolutely vital - to evaluate your memory availability before you begin recording the video. The entire video takes up a HUGE chunk of space on memory cards, so do ensure your camera won't run out of memory.

One time i had a video where I ran beyond memory in the middle of the shoot and you know what? It was just a couple of minutes before sunrise! That basically spoilt the whole recording. So when you shoot, make sure you look at memory cards and clean them in the market to free up space if needed.

Wrapping Up
I hope above provides you with some good insight into shooting time-lapse video. These videos are look fabulous and are great for sharing with friends or uploading to YouTube. Initially, it can be daunting and may take a couple of tries before you decide to master the craft - however it is really a breeze after you master it.