Alex Strohl – Capturing Change – Master Time Lapse Photography
Award-winning filmmaker Colin Delehanty teams up with Alex Strohl to teach his techniques for planning, capturing, and editing spectacular time-lapses.
What Will You Learn?
Become a time-lapse master.
Pre Production Guides Learn how to find locations, work with shot lists, and scout the best angles to combine with motion.
Motion Time-Lapse Learn how to work with motorized sliders and pan tilt heads, and decide which camera is the best to use.
Astro Time-Lapsing The why & how of astro. Learn how to create smooth day-to-night transitions, and operate in cold & dark enviroments.
Post Production Leard why it’s crucial to batch process your images, how to render in After Effects. Retouch your photographs and remove time-lapse flicker.
Welcome to the new timelapse workshop! We meet Alex & Colin and learn what they have in store.
Coffee Q&A with Alex
Alex & Colin sit down for coffee and go over some of Alex’s questions about timelapse photography.
Intro To The Workshop
Colin introduces what he will teach in the workshop.
What is Timelapse?
The 3 key values you need to know before head into the field to time-lapse.
Take a look at Colin’s backpack and see which are his go-to cameras, lenses, fast memory cards…
Special time-lapse specific equipment you will need. Includes tripods, pan-tilt heads, motorized heads, sliders…
Take a look at Colin’s accessory kit to be prepared or any situation.
How Colin prepares for a shoot. Includes location scouting, mood boards, and destination guides.
Key takeaways Colin has learned from his 7 years of experience.
Learn how to use a motorized slider and pan & tilt head.
In the Field: Manual Exposure Ramping
How to manually control the exposure of your time-lapse.
Shooting Waterfalls with Motion
Using a longer shutter to capture motion in your timelapse.
Join Colin in the field for a step by step tutorial on how to capture the best astro lapse.
Colin takes us on a moonrise shoot on Yosemite Meadows.
How To Do A Lens Twist
Why twisting the lens can reduce flicker in a time-lapse.
Perhaps the hardest time-lapses of all- the day-to-night transition. Colin shares his approach and recipe to making a day-to-night lapse.
Day-to-Night at Tunnel View
Using day-to-night timelapse to capture an incoming storm.
Seeing Life In Timelapse
Using your imagination to find a timelapse subject.
Finding Purpose In Your Timelapse
Questions you should ask yourself before starting a timelapse project.
Mood Boards and Shot Lists
Using mood boards and shot lists to give your project creative imagination.
How to setup a production schedule so you don’t miss a shoot.