Today we look at adding motion to your videos with keyframes in Premiere Pro. Take advantage of high resolution video and add motion without losing video quality.
So I tried to make a vlog. It didn't quite go to plan and ended up failing at getting enough footage and recording my random waffle ended up a time-lapse as the camera settings were wrong. So basically here is a time-lapse of London. Quite a few clips from last year.
Thanks for watching. Feel free to leave your views on my failed vlog attempt below.
An short film of an abandoned time capsule in Norfolk.
So I feel I really upped my game with this short film that I made recently. I learnt a lot making this film and I am really pleased with the final outcome. Hopefully you are too.
Thanks for watching I hope you enjoyed. Let me know your thoughts below. If you fancy seeing my original visit you can see the images here... Abandoned House Norfolk.
So we have a tutorial on making a time lapse video with Lightroom and LRtimelapse. It seems quite long winded and confusing, but once you get to grips with the saving and reading of metadata you will be making your own time lapse videos in no time.
So here is my first proper timelapse film. Based on the sugar beet campaign in East Anglia. Mostly shot at the Wissington site due to the access and views available, there are also scenes of Bury St Edmunds and Cantley. I used a wide focal range for this film maxing out at 500mm.
Thanks for watching. If you have any views on this film, leave a comment below.
A short film of the abandoned air base RAF Sculthorpe in Norfolk. A mixture of timelapse and video, shot over a few visits to the location. It was the first location I decided to shoot as its kind of local and quiet so I was able to take my time shooting here.
Music courtesy of Armed With Books.
If you would like to know more about this location check out RAF Sculthorpe for a detailed report.
A short timelapse film of the abandoned Mullard Radio Astronomy Observatory. Shot using basic a basic timelapse function on the camera and using a simple clockwork panning device. I spent a lot of time here at the end of the summer and into the autumn shooting. Which will be coming at a later date.