Hello everyone here's a update to my time lapsing senior project of CSUEB. As of right now i've compiled over thirty time lapses for my project. I want you guys to take into account that for every 5 seconds of footage it takes 1 hour of time lapse. If i'm going to create a 3-4 minute video that means 180-240 seconds of footage. If you divide 180/5 that'll give you 36 hours of footage alone. This isn't including the post processing and rendering that i've had to do as well. To make my video more dynamic I decided to add aerial footage to my time lapse. I feel like no one ever sees CSUEB from the skies so I thought it would be more appealing to the eye. Here's a snippet of my latest aerial shots on campus at CSUEB.
I've started to get the hang of these hyperlapses. After doing alot of research it's starting to get more comfortable. I feel like this set is more smoother than the other two that i've posted so far. The first shot was in front of the student administration building and the second shot was in my professional practices night class. Any who keep following me on my journey as I timelapse CSUEB! I'll be releasing a full 2-3 minute video by the end of the quarter so stay tuned! I'm excited, are you?
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This time lapse is apart of a series of time lapses i've been working on for a project at school. It's still in the works but it's been a fun experience so far! There's been a lot of trial and error but i'm starting to get the hang of things.