Tutorials

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.

Please check out my written instructions as well and my e-book Time Lapse Shooting and Processing, that covers everything from shooting until video export!

LRTimelapse 5 – this is new!

An overview about some new features in LRT5. This is not a tutorial, just a walk through the news in LRT5.
If you’ve never used LRTimelapse before, I recommend the tutorials below.

LRTimelapse 5 – Basic Tutorial

This covers keyframe creation, keyframe editing in Lightroom, visual deflicker and video export and render.

 

LRTimelapse 5 – Import and Split Timelapse Sequences

Tutorial about using the LRTimelapse importer to import from a memorycard, split and clean up the imported files into timelapse sequences.

LRTimelapse 5 – Holy Grail Tutorial

This tutorial explains how to process footage in LRTimelapse 5, that was recorded using the “Holy Grail”-Technique, where you change the camera settings while shooting in order to capture day to night and night to day transitions.

LRTimelapse 5 – Deflicker Tutorial

Learn how to improve your deflicker skills by using the reference area on the right timelapses.

LRTimelapse 5 Pro – Long Term Timelapse Editing

Learn how to use the Long Term Workflow in LRTimelapse 5 Pro.

LRTimelapse 5 Pro – Speed up editing of multiple timelapse sequences

Learn how to dramatically improve your efficiency when editing multiple sequences with LRTimelapse 5 Pro.

Shooting the Holy Grail with qDslrDashboard/ControlMyCamera

This is my new tutorial about how to shoot the Holy Grail automatically and without touching the camera! It explains the shooting part with qDslrDashboard/ControlMyCamera for a fully automated 3-way ramping of Exposure/Aperture/ISO.

The editing part is being covered in the holy grail tutorial above!

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