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Time-lapse video tutorial: Basic moves on a slider



In this tutorial explore the basics of working with a Kessler camera slider in order to shoot time-lapse photography. Topics include setting the shoot's start and end points, adjusting the axis of the camera, and tips for keeping flicker out of your shots, including engaging the mirror lock-up and turning of noise reduction. Watch more at
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This tutorial is a single movie from the Creating Time-Lapse Video course presented by lynda.com author Rich Harrington. The complete course is 3 hours and 27 minutes. Get on-location tips and post-production techniques to speed up time and create compelling visual effects with time-lapse photography.

  • Introduction
  • 1. What Is Time-Lapse Photography?
  • 2. Technical Essentials
  • 3. Equipment: What You'll Need and Might Want
  • 4. Choosing a Shooting Format
  • 5. A Better Timeline Panel
  • 6. The Exposure Triangle in Depth
  • 7. Using a Slider
  • 8. Shooting Time Lapse on a Smartphone or Tablet
  • 9. Managing Data from a Time-Lapse Shoot
  • 10. Organizing the Images for Post
  • 11. Developing the Images for Post
  • 12. Assembling a Time-Lapse Movie with Adobe Photoshop
  • 13. Assembling a Time-Lapse Movie with Adobe After Effects
  • 14. Assembling a Time-Lapse Movie with Adobe Premiere Pro
  • 15. Assembling a Time-Lapse Movie with Apple Final Cut Pro X
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Time-lapse video tutorial: Basic moves on a slider Republished by Richard Harrington


Posted by: Richard Harrington on Sep 17, 2013 at 6:29:00 pm PhotographyVideo

New Class on Micro Four Thirds Photography



I'm proud to announce my new class on Micro Four-Thirds video and photo. I am so excited about this new technology and how liberating it is for shooting. This was shot with one of meet best friends, Scott Bourne.

The micro four-thirds sensor format is enabling a new generation of cameras that combine compact size with DSLR-like features, such as interchangeable lenses. In this course, Rich Harrington and Scott Bourne introduce the micro four-thirds format, detailing its strengths and weaknesses for both photography and video, offering buying advice, and sharing tips for getting the best results when shooting with a micro four-thirds camera.

This course was created and produced by Rich Harrington. We are honored to host this content in our library.

Topics include:

  • What is the micro four-thirds format?
  • Understanding the advantages and disadvantages of micro four-thirds
  • Choosing a micro four-thirds body
  • Choosing the best lens
  • Using image stabilization
  • Shooting video with a micro four-thirds camera
  • Improving your audio





New Class on Micro Four Thirds Photography Republished by Richard Harrington


Posted by: Richard Harrington on Sep 6, 2013 at 6:29:00 pm PhotographyVideo

Stable Shots with a Micro Four-Thirds Camera


Let me show you how to stabilize a Micro Four-Thirds camera.  For some of the cameras, the stabilization is part of the camera and not the lens.
You can check out the whole class 
here and get a free trial membership here.



Stable Shots with a Micro Four-Thirds Camera Republished by Richard Harrington


Posted by: Richard Harrington on Sep 1, 2013 at 6:29:00 pm PhotographyVideo

How are Micro Four-Thirds Cameras Different?

MFT - How Micro Four-Thirds Differs from DSLR from RHED Pixel on Vimeo.


Let me show you how to stabilize a Micro Four-Thirds camera.  For some of the cameras, the stabilization is part of the camera and not the lens.
You can check out the whole class 
here and get a free trial membership here.



How are Micro Four-Thirds Cameras Different? Republished by Richard Harrington


Posted by: Richard Harrington on Aug 31, 2013 at 6:29:00 pm PhotographyVideo

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