Following various tutorials online we created a hyper lapse of Nenagh castle. A local landmark near our office. The reason was to explore how to use this method and to practice. We were so happy with the results we decide to put it up on the website. Which we have been ignoring lately. But don’t worry we shall be adding exciting pieces very soon. Prepare your mind to be blown.
In the meantime here is this time lapse. we would be adding links to the various tutorials we used but we have since forgotten them. Are apologies to those excellent tutorial creators the least they deserve is a mention but we forgot.
We even created a simple Gif of our hyper lapse:
How did we create the Gif I hear you ask. Follow this tutorial but I would add the following recommendations.
- Use Handbrake to convert your video Files. This might not apply to the above but in most cases your video files won’t be able to be read by Photoshop or After effects.
- Use After effects for editing. Its better at handling files with many frames than photoshop.
- Create a video file (mp4) in Ae and then create the Gif in Photoshop
That’s is for now. We are off to create more Hyperlapses.