In this video, I show how I create my timescape videos (timelapse + landscape = timescape) from RAW images using Adobe After Effects to do the colour correction, and Adobe Premiere Pro CS6. This is the simplest workflow I could find.
NOTE: I hear that Adobe CC CS7.0 will improve the processing speed of ATI cards, looking forward to that upgrade!
RAW images are a bit more work than working from .jpeg, but they offer you more flexibility in post-production. I’ll do another video to cover the RAW vs JPEG advantages and disadvantages.
This is a timescape (a landscape timelapse) showing a sunset over the Saint John river in Florenceville-Bristol, NB. You can watch it in 1080p, but I also made it available in 4k for those with such displays.
I will do a tutorial later on showing how I did it, but basically this was my first trial using a .jpg workflow. I will do another demo using a RAW workflow weather permitting.
If anyone can look at this in 4k, please let me know how it looks.
Canon T2i, with kit lens @ 18mm
Shutter speed: 1/30
4 sec interval between shots
767 pictures total @ 24fps.
Easy Lemon Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
In this video, I unbox a Meike Battery Grip I purchased from Neewer in eBay. This allows you to have access to all your controls in portrait mode, add a second battery, increase stability, and have access to some advanced shooting functions, such as an intervalometer, long exposures, and delayed shooting.