Timelapse 'how to...'

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My sources of knowledge:

e-book Titel-timelapse photography
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LRTimelapse: software you need (and the intervalometer too…)

I learned my basic knowledge from Gunther Wegner’s e-book ‘Timelapse Photography”. And I use his LRTimelapse software and intervalometer.
When you click on the images on the left, you will be taken to the LRTimelapse website with more information about the book and the software.

Gunther Wegner has an excellent website and he is the developer of the software LRTimelapse, which most serious timelapse photographers are using. He also developed an intervalometer, a piece of equipment that makes your camera shoot images at the required interval.

 If you use this link I will get a small commission if you buy the book or the software.


Emeric’s practical video tutorials

Emeric le Bars provides a lot of practical instructions, some free and many paid video tutorials. When you visit his site, you get a pop-up that invites you to download a free timelapse instruction paper. If you use this link I will receive a modest commission (you pay no extra money).

Timelapse guide e-book

Matthew VandePutte’s e-books and tutorials

Matthew Vandeputte (‘Matjoez’) is a timelapse photographer and filmmaker. He gives frequent tips and tutorials. Check out his site and youtube channel!

In his shop you can buy a few very useful e-books. “The Ultimate Timelapse Guide” is a very useful book to learn the basics. If you click on the image on the left, you will be taken to the Matthew’s webshop. If you buy it, using this link, I will receive a small commission.
You get a 10% discount if you use this coupon code: ERICDEJONG.

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Filmspektakel: beautiful timelapses and a newsletter

Filmspektakel: if you want to enjoy some really fantastic examples of timelapses than you should definitely visit https://filmspektakel.at/en/


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