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Video of the Day: Burning Man 2016 Hyperlapse

Posted September 09, 2016
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Look at Burning Man like you never have before.  This Hyperlase takes you through the festival of light, music and fire and makes you feel what it would be like to be in the desert along with the festival goers.

Timelapses have become increasingly popular in the last few years.  It used to be that if you wanted to do a timelapse you needed a a good camera and had to know your way around manual settings, shutter speed and framerate, now all you need is an app on your phone.  These videos have gone from being a high-end tool for TV and movies, to being a staple of any video producers toolbelt.  These videos are huigly captivating and can bring life to any location that you shoot.

Check out our lesson on Hyperlapse and start making your own today!


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