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today we're going to show you how to do hyperlapse what is a hyper less basically is like time lapse but hyper the basic principle hyperlapse is that there's more movement involved between each shop taken in the interval shooting process one thing people I do night lapses with his buildings okay so if you're hyper lapsing and you're planning to tranq on this subject you should have a reference point got the grid here and also this square what we're gonna do is try to keep the Apple logo bang in the center there so I target and we've got these two tripod legs on the line here with squares for reference so we can measure how much we take each time we're gonna go for two squares per shot and then just go as far as we can be asked to do and of course as I'm moving the tripod I've got to pan this to keep Napa logo dead in the center the key thing is to track a reference point for each shot like the Apple logo don't show that it's smooth you have to carefully framed each shot we've got this on AV mode because of the Sun coming out it's a bit of the bastards changing exposure one thing they can easily mess up your shot though is if there are things blocking your view of at a reference point like these beams can't see the Apple gotta see the Apple logo I reckon that's around there see how it can mess up the final result even when we move the tripod followed curve the bridge any slight inconsistencies with tripod leg placement will show up my collapses requires lots of patience and skill so that's why we got someone who does this stuff for a living to talk about how to do hyper lapsing Patrick specializes in time lapses hyper lapses and has made music videos all in the hyperlapse Scott who featured in one of our Potok specials came along to help too so I think the symbols that that's like Scott just always steel like that yeah and Caillou later you find one position you always do just like Diane or just like stick yeah I want you to jump every show is different angle like like this and in the second photo baby here somebody's centrum same job every time streamed um okay let me find out how how far is it here simple convenient way of measuring distance with your fingers measuring with feets you have to do well that way so 605 inch and now will – Chan the 150 photo so the formula for calculating how many shots you need is how long you need yeah how much footage you needs and then of course the frames per seconds yes for video 25 of lost now okay firstly that's fine that's is bad the formula is we need 6 seconds of footage cut with 605 inches as we use a power system that's 25 shots every second times 6 that means we will need to take 150 shots distance is 605 inches so 605 divided by 150 we need to move roughly 4 inches between every shot so 4 is my fitness around here ok stop every time Lucas like 1/2 shoes yes like this and then I jump and then store move half step half step first and then go to here and all me hit me and then I jump in a move and then I have set first and I go to here like a wedding photography no Patrick prefers a monopod if it's apparently more convenient to move around than less fiddly to keep on the same level monopod is better actually yeah yes because one apart you can pollen so fast and so easy tripod you need to fix the key point and balance if you do the balance like this actually you don't need to worry about too bad because when your eyes you can use your eyes to balance me so easy the monopod is easy to adjust when the flow is not level compared to a tripod like with this one we did so now all we have to do is the same thing 150 times yes it's like it's like a really game of chess jump we should have gone to souk and he's just standing over there lucky bastards done pretty tiring and repetitive stuff 150 jumps for hyperlapse and my internal organs are prolapsed for sure when it comes to processing the farms and software like After Effects you can smooth out the little inconsistencies but it's better to shooter as smooth and as calculated as possible first and his result pipe lapses requires quite a bit foreign patience but it was all you get if you shoot it carefully can be incredible it's just like a timeless but offers something visually unique that you don't get by shooting a standard time-lapse or video check out some of the cool hype lapses on the web and give it a go just don't bother doing any jumps