I have been seeking this for a while; when I was trying to learn how to do time-lapse photography I found a wide range of differing opinions on techniques throughout the whole process. I learned most of what I know through a LOT of trial and error. I wish I had found this eBook earlier, but I still ended up learning a lot from it.
Released recently, Time-lapse Photography by Ryan Chylinski is a new COMPLETE guide to shooting, processing and rendering time-lapses using a dslr camera. I reached out to him on behalf of PictureCorrect and he agreed to give us a discount for a short time. Simply use the code PICTURECORRECT at checkout:
Discounted 20% until August 22,
found here: Time-lapse Photography Guide
The level of innovation in this field, especially over the last few years, is incredible. Not only are we quickly fixing problems that have plagued photographers for years, but advanced camera controls and processing tools that used to be cost prohibitive are now becoming affordable for the most basic hobbyist. It’s a very exciting time to pursue time-lapse photography.
It’s certainly unfair to recommend any one time-lapse clip as an example as there have been so many stunning works released recently, but this one does a great job of showing the effects time-lapse photography in a wide range of lighting conditions. Check it out if you are unfamiliar with time-lapse photography:
This 146 page eBook covers everything from start to finish. I usually try to summarize eBook contents on these blog posts, but there is so much in this one that it would be hard to break it down here. The book’s page has a good summary: Chapters and Topics Covered
For me it’s freedom. Time-lapse is a strange thing: It can free you from the normal flow of your routine and all the busyness of life, yet at the same time it can connect you to your surroundings more than anything else. It is an awareness we seldom experience. -Ryan Chylinski
You can receive 20% off by using the discount code PICTURECORRECT at checkout. It also carries a full guarantee, if you do not find the book useful just let them know to receive a full refund. So there is nothing to lose in trying it.
It can be found here: The Complete Guide to Time-lapse Photography