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Stabilize Hyperlapse Photoshoot with Adobe Premiere

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Shooting A Hyperlapse Video Handheld

The concept is very simple but the execution of a smooth hyperlapse video does not come easy.

One of my favorite examples of a really cool hyperlapse with a zoom is in the intro to the movie Limitless. Which isa bit of a slow-motion, hyperlapse, fractal zoom all wrapped up in a big budget production.

In my case I have zero shooting budget but like to try out the shooting styles and get the best results I can. So for the shoot I did in a downtown city I walked from end of the block to the other.




My camera was a canon vixia hg20 that shoots 1920x1080 photo stills. With the photo setting I snappeda photo every 8 or so inches on the sidewalk but I kept one point of the frame in the same spot.


Now the orginal laid out photos are extreamly shaking when laid into a timeline but Adobe Premiere Pro as a great tool to help with shake. The tools is called Warp Stablizer and the programmers have done an amazing job with this tools to help make videos smooth.

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I knew I was going to be using the warp stabilizer tool and I know a big thing it does is zoom in the frame. So my project sequence was half the size of the footage or photos that way I can zoom in and not loose resolution in the clips. This is to avoid over stretching the video.

Get out and start shooting some video. Also if you want to see more of how warp stablizer works check out my blog post on Hyperlapse Warp Stablize Looks.

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