Chapter: Compositing Tools and Techniques
Topic: Speed Effects
Back when I used to shoot really low budget jobs with a Canon A1 Hi8 camera I had experimented with “Interval Recording” as it’s called in video. Years before, in film, I’d done time lapse with various single frame cameras and intervalometers but never with my Sony PD150 DVCam. I didn’t even know if it had the capability. It does. Time lapse photography remains one area where film has an indisputable advantage over video – the mechanics of advancing the film. You can shoot film one frame at a time but you can not do that with a video camera.
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