If you have ever shot time-lapse, you know the struggles of dealing with hundreds, if not thousands of large files. While Lightroom and other post production programs can definitely make editing your time-lapse easier, LRTimelapse is a program that can further ease the editing process and improve your workflow. LRTimelapse allows keyframing and grading of time-lapse sequences in an all RAW file-based workflow, as well as creating day to night time-lapse transitions easily and helping to get rid of annoying flicker effects in your sequence, all in the comfort of Lightroom.
In this 11-minute video tutorial, Cal Thomson of Manchester, UK shows you how to shoot and edit a day-to-night transition for a time-lapse video. He covers everything from in-camera settings to post-production and editing. If you have ever had issues with annoying flicker in your time-lapses, are just looking to speed up your workflow, or just want to learn a new editing technique, check out this tutorial, and let us know what you think. If you're still hungry for more time-lapse info, you can check out other popular tutorials from Thomson, including his Hyper-lapse Tutorial, as well as this Night Sky Time-Lapse Tutorial. If you have any further tips, techniques, or programs that you find helpful for shooting or editing time-lapse, feel free to sound off in the comments section below.