Learn How To Take Long-Term Building Time Lapse Photos
Shooting a long-term timelapse needs preliminary planning and cost calculation, like any commercial project. As we know, effective cost optimization leads to increased revenue.
For getting a sequence between photos when shooting timelapse of construction it is extremely important to choose the correct camera settings.
If you adjust incorrect camera settings for timelapse, you will probably see unpleasant vibrations of color and lighting on the photographs and this makes them unusable.
Hello everybody! My name is Timur and for more than 5 years I have been shooting professional timelapse for major brands and agencies.
Together with the guys from Timebox, we have developed a series of 4 video lessons where I will tell you how to shoot and create timelapses and hyperlapses.
And most importantly, how to sell them and how to make money on them!
This guide is your lifesaver for finding the best shooting intervals for a construction timelapse.
Poor interval settings can make it very difficult to work with post-production or dramatically increase your data transfer costs.
If you want to succeed in your first long-term timelapse project, it's hard to determine exactly how much the client should pay you for the work.
So this is one of the most frequent questions we get from newcomers to time-lapse photography.
This is easy to understand because calculating payment correctly can help you get more projects and increase revenue.
If you don't calculate the expected data usage before starting the new project, you may experience a shock during the process.
Fast forward into the future to your first payment invoice for data transfer - your costs will be for a number or two more than you expected.
This is a situation that can really reduce your profits and that no photographer wants to be in.
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If you are at the beginner level in any type of timelapse shooting, your road must be thorny and full of unexpected moments.
You do not have to be an international expert in timelapse when starting your first project. However, if you get into important details and requirements, it can help you to escape from common troubles, create an exciting and quality product and make your client satisfied.
To provide you an easy start, here is a guide for beginners, where we tell you about ten common mistakes made by newbie photographers while creating the timelapse shootings.