Time-Lapse Photography With Drew Geraci

Time-Lapse Photography With Drew Geraci

9 Seasons

Time-Lapse Photography is a technique used to compile a large collection of still images into individual frames of a video. When sequenced effectively, the video gives the appearance of time passing faster than reality, thus lapsing time. Breathtaking time-lapses are often seen in television and movies, and while they may appear complicated, they’re not impossible to create.

In this tutorial, renowned time-lapse photographer, Drew Geraci, covers everything you need to start creating incredible time-lapses of your own. Travel with Drew to 4 unique locations while he shares his knowledge and expertise to help you become a better time-lapse photographer.

You’ll learn about:
✔️ Essential Gear & Accessories
✔️ Location Scouting for Time-Lapse
✔️ Composition Selection
✔️ Detailed Camera Settings & Functions
✔️ Exporting & Processing Workflow
✔️ Editing & Post-Production
✔️ Building A Business with Time-Lapses

Drew will walk you through step by step how to compose, capture and edit each image to create interesting time-lapses that are beautiful and masterful to watch. Discover comprehensive techniques for an evening time-lapse, rooftop time-lapse, day to night composite, live action composite and motion control composite. When you understand tips like reducing flicker, you'll instantly take your time-lapses from amateur to professional.

Learn how to create visually dynamic time-lapses: compose, capture and edit with Drew Geraci's Time-Lapse Photography.

This 2.5 hour intermediate tutorial uses the software: Lightroom, After Effects, and LRTimelapse.

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Time-Lapse Photography With Drew Geraci
  • Location Breakdown

    Episode 1

    Go on location at the Martin Luther King Bridge in St. Louis, Missouri with photographer, Drew Geraci. Focus on the key elements of the location, identifying what helps to create dimension and visual interest, for a dynamic evening time-lapse. Consider fore, middle, and background elements of the...

  • Camera Settings

    Episode 2

    With an understanding of the location, composition, and approach, build a working foundation for using the ideal camera settings at this setup. Identify the proper shooting mode, ISO, shutter speed, and interval to achieve optimum results for your time-lapse workflow.

  • Motion Control Settings

    Episode 3

    With camera settings identified, focus on manipulating keyframes to create dynamic movement across your time-lapse capture. Watch as photographer, Drew Geraci, manipulates his motion control system to create a fluid, dimensional shot with key starting and ending composition, leveraging the foregr...

  • A Retrospective

    Episode 4

    Join photographer, Drew Geraci, as he gives some insight into best practices for securing locations. Identify what can happen when a time-lapse location doesn’t work out as planned and the importance of having backup locations as a part of your workflow.