They're a great touch to any video - be it on YouTube or just for personal use. It helps to add that cinematic edge to your story.
Viral Youtube Sensation, Casey Neistat features them at the start and scatters them throughout his Vlogs. It helps to expand on your story or the location you've shot it in. Sometimes a random timelapse is all a video needs to show progression.
I'll shoot these videos in HD, mostly using a GoPro, an SLR or even an iPhone/Samsung. It will be in either 4K or 1080p (depending on what is requested).
The requests will be filtered based on my current location and my ability to get the shot.
- GoPro 4: Shot at 4K (can be down res'd based on your requirements)
- Nikon D200: shot using the intervalometer function on Fine JPG settings and stitched together via Final Cut Pro X.
- Samsung/Lenovo A6000 smart phones: shot at 1080p
- All time-lapses will be shot and delivered in the highest possible resolution (4K)
- You'll be refunded if you're not satisfied with the end product.
Refer to FAQ.
30 seconds - it takes roughly between 15-30 minutes to shoot a 30 second time-lapse.
Definitely, I'll be able to provide videos spanning up to 3 minutes if required. Please note that the longer the video, the larger the file, especially when shot at 4K (a 1 minute time-lapse shot in 4K will be between 700-1000mb).
Yes, but only within the city I live in. I have access to a beach, cityscape, skyscrapers and heritage buildings as a subject base. All of the timelapses will be shot in the location I'm currently in - Kuala Lumpur and Penang (MALAYSIA).
Definitely! Just send over the text required and I'll add that to the first 5 seconds of the video. Specific fonts can be adjusted based on availably, else it will be based on the Helvetica font face; white or black stock colours based on what looks good on the video.
Only if you're editing your video using Final Cut Pro. Again - these will be relatively large files, so I'll just send it as a .mv4 or .mov file based on what works for you. (.m4v by default).
Anything you want with it. I'll keep a snippet of it as part of my portfolio, but full license is your's to use the video how ever you please.
No. I'll be happy to shoot a few angles for you and stitch them together. Based on the time required, each angle will be given an even split; e.g. a 30 second time-lapse with two angles = 15 seconds per angle.