This article was featured in my weekly e-newsletter "The Screening Room," a digest of interesting content pertaining to cinema, filmmaking, video production & post.
Motion timelapse is a surreal effect in and of itself. When you composite live-action footage atop said motion timelapse, the effect becomes indescribably beautiful. And the best part? It's pretty damn simple to accomplish.
Kyle Hart, founder of Rhino Camera Gear (who has a history of putting together awesome tutorials), recently shared another kickass tutorial with the world, this time showing how to create live-action timelapse composites in a few simple steps. Check it out: