There is no photography without light. What kind of light you have and how you use it is what makes or breaks your photos.
Creating a timelapse is a great way to take your still images and create a video effect. If you don’t have the time or opportunity to make b-roll video—and maybe even if you do—you can leave your camera in place and take a sequence of images over time to record a simple timelapse.
In this tutorial series, we’re looking at ways to add creative motion to a documentary, with a specific eye for practical and portable solutions that don’t infringe on your ability to tell a good story. One of the most simplest way to add dynamic motion to your documentary edit is with a series of time-lapses.
Did you know that you can edit your videos in Adobe Photoshop? While it doesn’t have as many capabilities as some of the more specialized video editing applications, Photoshop does offer some useful features for editing video.