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How to shoot and process beautiful day to night time-lapse videos

 
 

The new NatureTTL YouTube channel, which is produced by NatureTTL.com in partnership with B&H Photo Video, has released a new tutorial video. The new video, seen below, is about how to shoot and process a day to night time-lapse.

For the curious reader, the gear used for the tutorial below includes a Nikon D750 camera...

See the beauty of the Italian Dolomite mountains in this time lapse video shot with a Sony A7R II

 
 

Martin Heck of Timestorm Films recently ventured to the Dolomites in northeastern Italy. He came back with the files for a beautiful 8K time lapse video, which you can see below.

Using a Sony A7R II and a RED Epic-W camera with Zeiss Otus 28mm f/1.4, Canon 11-24mm f/4, Tamron 15-30mm f/2.8, Sigma 50mm f/1.4, Zeiss...

Fast, streamlined time-lapse editing: Timelapse+ releases a new plugin for Adobe Lightroom

 
 

Timelapse+, the makers of the Timelapse+ Intervalometer and VIEW intervalometer hardware solutions have created a new software solution, Timelapse Workflow

Timelapse Workflow is a plugin for Adobe Lightroom which provides four tools for time-lapse post-processing inside of Lightroom. While the team are hardware...

Storm chasing wedding photographer Mike Olbinski is back with yet another stunning time lapse

 
 

Photographer Mike Olbinski is not only a wedding photographer, but he's also a storm chaser. You've likely seen one or more of his storm-chasing time lapse videos before, we've shared them on a couple of occasions. Olbinski started working on his latest video in late March and spent the spring travelling 28,000 miles...

Shutter Release: OnePlus 5 has dual cameras, behind the scenes of a commercial airline shoot and more

 
 

Sometimes there is just too much great content out there for you to be able to see it all. That’s where Shutter Release comes in. Our ongoing roundup article series finds interesting photography-related articles and videos from around the web and brings them to you with bite-sized summaries, helping you find content...

Shutter Release: Meyer Optik Görlitz teases new lens project, beautiful 4K storm time lapse and more

 
 

Shutter Release is a running series here on Imaging Resource in which we share with you several interesting articles and videos we find around the web. We give you a quick rundown of the article or sometimes just share a video with you and let the content speak for itself. There is a lot of great content out there and...

What if your camera were even smarter? Meet Arsenal, your new AI-equipped photo assistant

 
 

Modern cameras offer great imaging technology, but they don’t always help you capture the perfect photo. Enter Arsenal, an “intelligent camera assistant.”

Arsenal is a device you attach to your camera’s hot shoe that allows you to control your camera wirelessly from up to 100 feet away using a dedicated Android or iOS...

Shutter Release: Blending exposures in Photoshop, square bokeh, a brilliant NYC time lapse and more

 
 

Get your weekend started off right with this collection of useful tutorials, interesting videos and industry news.

Creating epic seascapes with exposure blending in Photoshop – PetaPixel

Photographer Greg Benz creates a lot of excellent tutorials on his YouTube channel and his latest video is all about exposure...

Shutter Release: How good is the Sony A9 eye AF? And ten commandments of retouching and more

 
 

We typically aim for five interesting stories to share with you for Shutter Release, but today you will get a bonus story as there were so many cool articles and videos. Let’s get right to it.

Sony A9 continuous eye autofocus video test – Fstoppers

The Sony A9 set the internet ablaze last month when it was unveiled...

Shutter Release: Five filtered photography stories from around the web for you to focus on today

 
 

Yesterday we started a new series, “Shutter Release,” where we scour the web to find interesting photography articles and/or videos to share with you. Today we have a new batch of content for you which runs the gamut from an extensive tech guide to a time-lapse of a flower blooming. We hope that there’s something for...

Do you want a motorized camera slider without the large expense? Build your own for $75

 
 

There are many motorized slider options available, but they can be very pricey. For photographers who want the advantages of a motorized slider but don’t want to shell out big bucks, a little DIY knowledge, some supplies and about US$75 is all you need.

What do you need to make your very own motorized slider? A manual...

4K timelapse shot with Sony and Zeiss gear perfectly illustrates Iceland as a photographer’s paradise

 
 

If you have spent any time looking at landscape images on the internet, you have almost certainly seen photos from Iceland. The small island nation in the North Atlantic is a treasure trove of amazing vistas that would make any photographer smile. A recent timelapse video from Nick Kontostavlakis called “Whispering...

MIOPS’ new versatile, smartphone-controlled Mobile camera remote successfully launched on Kickstarter

 
 

Are you tired of dealing with occasionally clunky and often limited smartphone apps to remote control your camera with your mobile device? MIOPS has just the product for you with the MIOPS Mobile. Launched on Kickstarter earlier this year, the camera remote has nearly doubled its Kickstarter target with 18 days to go in...

Simplifying time lapse capture: Timelapse+ VIEW offers live previews, auto-ramped exposure and more

 
 

Wouldn't it be nice if you could preview your time lapse while it was still recording? What about having a time lapse device that could automatically bulb ramp to "deliver perfect results for sunset, sunrise or night sky captures?" The Timelapse+ VIEW intervalometer ticks both those boxes and more. You can view a preview...

No tripod in New York City, no problem! Israeli artist with a T2i captures the Big Apple in a distinct way

 
 

Israeli visual artist Ynon Lan recently created a distinct time-lapse video for jazz/soul singer-songwriter Amana Melome's music video for her song "If and When."

What makes this video particularly interesting, besides the great music, is the brilliant editing techniques that Lan utilized. Per Canon Watch, the hundreds...

Amazing aurorae: NASA films scintillating light show in 4K from the International Space Station

Seeing the Aurora Borealis (or the Aurora Australis) from Earth is already spectacular enough, but seeing it from space? That's a very different experience, and one which NASA provides us with in a new ultra-high definition time-lapse video.

The images used to create the video below were shot from the International Space Station and show both the...

Olympus E-M10 II Field Test II: Five-axis Video, HDR, 4K-timelapse fun and more…

 
 

I've just polished off the finishing touches on my second Field Test for the Olympus E-M10 II, this time with a full production sample. It was an enjoyable experience overall exploring just some of the depths this little "entry-level" camera is capable of!

I took a closer look at the 14-42mm EZ kit lens, and delved...

Motrr Galileo motion platform finally gets the GoPro compatibility you’ve been waiting for


 
 

Finally, it's here! When Motrr first launched its clever Galileo 360-degree motion platform for the iPhone and iPod Touch some two and a half years ago, we were even more intrigued by a glimpse of a GoPro action camera mounted on the platform. As of a year ago, plans for GoPro compatibility had been temporarily...

Corey Rich teaches how to take a starry sky time lapse in new Nikon Behind The Scenes video

 
 

In the not-too-distant past, we shared a couple of beautiful time lapse videos that showed great landscapes, starry skies, aurorae and more. Watching these videos is often a mesmerizing experience, but most of us truly have little to no idea about how they're properly made. Lucky for us, there are educational videos...

Captivating Kazakhstan timelapse lifts the veil of light pollution, shows the Milky Way in all its glory

 
 

Unless you live in the back of beyond, chances are that you see the Milky Way as little more than an abstract concept. Hidden from much of the world's population by light pollution, you know it's out there, but it's something you've probably only really seen in photos.

In some parts of the world, though, you can see...