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Different Types of Time-Lapse Videography

Salt Lake City time-lapse videography has been around for years. With this type of time-lapse photography in Salt Lake City now used in filmmaking, there is no limit to how you can use for a production project that is a total success.

At Beverly Boy Productions, we like to use various styles of Salt Lake City time-lapse videography into our videos based on what our clients are looking for. We would be glad to help you with time-lapse video services.

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Check out the 8 most common types of time-lapse techniques that we use at Beverly Boy Productions.

  1.  Basic Time-Lapse Videography

With the basic time-lapse shot, you will film scenes like moving traffic, sunrise or sunset, clouds, shadows, etc., with the camera capturing footage over time which will then be exhibited over time. 

  1.  Hyperlapse Videography

Hyperlapse videography is a more technical style of Salt Lake City time-lapse videography, but it provides a “hyper” look for your videos that can be exciting when it’s done well. Hyperlapse technique is achieved by shooting a certain point while the camera is moved from point to point and the end result is that each frame looks the same or similar.  

  1.  Plant Timelapse Videography

As the name implies, plant time-lapse videography is a technique that consists of capturing plant growth. It may take a few weeks to achieve this, so make sure you can dedicate camera to it for that period of time. 

  1.  Holy Grail Time-Lapse Videography

Many types of Salt Lake City time-lapse videography require an in-depth understanding of how to achieve them. The holy grail requires careful technique in order to capture a flickering sequence at sunrise or sunset, achieved by setting the exposure just right. The effort is rewarded.

  1.  Aerial Hyperlapse

Used to talk about the type of time-lapse photography that captures shots from a drone, helicopter, or plane, aerial hyperlapse takes shots with the camera positioned to film one point and its surroundings, as the plane or drone is in flight. 

  1.  Astro Timelapse

Filmed at night from a dark area, you’ll be able to capture impressive nighttime scenes in the sky with this time-lapse, also referred to as astrophotography or astrovideography.

  1.  Focus Pull Time-Lapse

A form of time-lapse videos that consists of pointing the focus ring, providing an ability to adjust as you go, it’s often used with motion control time-lapse videography.

  1.  Motion Control Salt Lake City Time-Lapse

Motion control Salt Lake City time-lapse video makers call for a lot of gear to accomplish. This Salt Lake City time-lapse videography results in fun to use shots.