by Dareful.com Dareful.com is your source for completely free 4K stock video clips that can be downloaded and used any way you want, forever! You never pay a dime. Is this 4K stock footage really free? YES! 100% free. Download whatever you want, use it in all types of projects (including commercial!), forever. We never […]Read more "Dareful.com is your source for free 4K stock video clips"
by Drone Pro Academy Chris Newman Drone Pro Academy (Formerly Cinechopper Drone University) Drones are awesome for creating epic aerial time-lapses and Hyperlapse with your drone. In this video we explain the ins and outs of how to create a hyperlapse with your drone. We also explain the full post production video editing timelapse process in […]Read more "How to Create a DRONE TIMELAPSE / HYPERLAPSE"
by Kassie and Joe, theflyawaylife.com There are so many features that just make it more convenient to use a GoPro: its small and compact, its waterproof, and its design makes it easy to take great GoPro photos when traveling solo. Best of all, it manages to have all those perks while still maintaining amazing image quality! Use […]Read more "Best GoPro tips for taking amazing travel photos"
by Alexandria Huff Fast-disappearing are the days of having to have a separate interval timer to create time-lapses. Many cameras now have built-in intervalometers. The following is a guide to setting up the time-lapse function for most cameras. 1. What is a Time-Lapse? 2. What Gear Do I Need for a Time-Lapse? 3. Notable Cameras with Built-in […]Read more "In-Camera Time-Lapse Photography Resource"
October 7, 2015 by Alexandria Huff, borrowlenses.com Fast-disappearing are the days of having to have a separate interval timer to create time-lapses. Many cameras now have built-in intervalometers. The following is a guide to setting up the time-lapse function for most cameras. 1. What is a Time-Lapse? 2. What Gear Do I Need for a Time-Lapse? 3. […]Read more "In-Camera Time-Lapse Photography Resource and Guide"
August 28, 2014 by Geoff Tompkinson Photographer Geoff Tompkinson defines time-lapse vs. hyperlapse on his blog, writing that in time-lapse, “the action in a scene is speeded-up and the camera is either static or moving very short distances under control of some sort of motorized motion rig. [While hyperlapse] enables the camera to be moved […]Read more "The Difference Between Time-Lapse and Hyperlapse"
August 27, 2013 By Bryant Frazer, Studio Daily Pictured (top), from left: Michel Suissa, Mark Forman, James Mathers, Tom Spota, and Michael Cioni. The Digital Cinema Society (DCS) organized a how-to event for cinematographers in New York City aimed at offering tips on making money from stock footage. Moderated by DCS President James Mathers, the […]Read more "Ten Tips for Monetizing Stock Footage"