Frustrated with the quality of your time-lapse? Rob demonstrates how to deflicker your footage with a few simple tools.

 

You know when you’ve been to a lovely location and you go home pretty sure the time-lapse you shot is going to look amazing, only to discover there’s a flickering effect in it? Frustrating right? If that sounds familiar, this tutorial by Rob Nelson will definitely help. As it turns out, you can deflicker your footage with a few simple tools. Rob walks us through the process using LRTimelapse 4, Lightroom and FCPX. Take a look…

If you’d like to see more from Rob, tune into Rob & Jonas’ Filmmaking Tips on YouTube.

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Lightroom Tutorial: How to make a Panorama

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