Here are 5 lesser known timelapse tips to shoot better footage.I made this list a while back for my newsletter subscribers. You can join in on the fun and subscribe at the bottom of this page.I use all 5 of these timelapse tips on every single shoot I do, and they’re among the first few things I teach to any of my students.1. Use filtersIn cinematography you’ll hear people talk about the 180 degree rule.It’s a rule that tells you which shutter speed to use depending on your frame rate. The basic idea is that your shutter speed should be half the length of your shooting interval.This results in the most cinematic looking footage with the right amount of motion blur.Apply this to timelapse: When shooting at a 4 second interval you’ll want a 2 second exposure. Most lenses will need to be…
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