On this page you can find my tutorials about LRTimelapse editing and time lapse photography in general. Starting with the basics and ending with more complex techniques like the full automated 3-way ramping of shutter time, ISO and aperture for transitions. If you’d prefer a written variant, you can find the LRTimelapse-workflow in written form here.
These are only short overviews. For all details, tips, and tricks please check out my Ebook titled Time Lapse Shooting and Processing.
Basic Tutorial for LRTimelapse 3
In this tutorial you will learn all the basics to get started with LRTimelapse, the new Importer and the new Video Export Process for Lightroom 3, 4 and 5.
Deflicker Tutorial for LRTimelapse 3
In the deflicker tutorial I explain how to set the reference area for deflickering and what to do to get flicker free videos. Please note that you will always get the best results when shooting without producing flicker, get my EBook to learn how to master that.
Day to Night (Holy Grail) Tutorial with LRTimelapse 3’s Holy Grail Wizard
In this tutorial you will learn how to utilize the new Holy Grail Wizard to easily level and transition all Adjustments without using Lightroom’s “match total exposures” manually. (Also available in German Language). This tutorial explains the processing part only.
Please check out my new tutorial about how to shoot the Holy Grail automatically and without touching the camera! (Also available in German language). This explains the shooting part with qDslrDashboard for a 2-way ramping of Exposure and ISO.
“True Holy Grail” – 3-way auto ramping for time lapse transitions
This is my tutorial how to shoot transitions with full 3-way ramping (Shutter, ISO, Aperture) without any flicker. (German version here)
Long term and construction time lapse
In this short tutorial I explain how to edit long term and construction time lapse sequences in order to achieve smooth results independent of the constant change of weather conditions, shadows etc with LRTimelapse Pro.
Tutorials from LRTimelapse Users
David Disponett – How to use LRTimelapse