How to Make a Timelapse Video with your DSLR

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While the internet is certainly filled with tons of interesting text information and other fun stuff, we all have to admit that timelapse videos are strangely hypnotic. To see one subject transformed by time in a matter of seconds really is a breathtaking experience. Some timelapse videos feature changes that take place over just a few minutes, while others show drastic changes that take place over days, weeks, months or even years. But learning to create these types of videos isn’t something that a lot of photographers have quite figured out just yet.

Well that all changes today. If you’ve been wondering how to make a timelapse video with your DSLR, then we have you covered today. In today’s photography tutorial, Gavin Hoey will break down the entire process for you in easy to follow steps that will have you making your own timelapse videos to share online.



If you have never used the Lightroom program before, it may seem a bit daunting to take on a long timelapse video as your first project. We recommend trying a few shorter pieces first. Once you hone your chops and get used to the software you should have no problems creating complex, longer timelapse videos using the digital photographs you capture with your DSLR.

Once you feel confident with your newfound skills, you will undoubtedly want to share your timelapse videos with your friends and family. You can post these cool videos to your website, blog or on your social media pages. And speaking of sharing, we want to make sure that this important photography lesson gets passed on to as many people as possible. You can help us here by sending this lesson to your friends and contacts. Click on the Share button on this post to give your buddies instant access to this timelapse video creation tutorial right now!

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