Shutter speed is one of the most crucial components of a timelapse and is one of the most important variables a creator has to pick. A fast shutter speed can show motion and help you shorten the length of time while a long shutter speed can add motion blur but will also lengthen the time … Continue reading What shutter speed should you choose for timelapses?
Two days ago I went to Weehawken, NJ to photograph the sunrise. The weather had potential with high clouds forming over the city. When I got there, it looked amazing and I set up my camera to shoot a wider angle view of the city to capture the sky. My settings were manual at 7 … Continue reading New York City Sunrise with Epic Clouds
What's the toughest timelapse to take? at a beach - - read about my experience and tips
Check out my timelapse tutorial blog hosted on NJSpots.com! https://njspots.com/2019/07/02/how-to-shoot-timelapse-photography/
Exciting news!! I am hosting a timelapse workshop in collaboration with NJSpots! Want to learn how to shoot cinematic 4K timelapses and hyperlapses? If so, check out the link below for 1-day workshop at Liberty State Park in NJ https://www.eventbrite.com/e/timelapse-photo-workshop-with-brian-youchak-tickets-61433404968
Yesterday I went to Paterson Great Falls in New Jersey which is the largest in NJ. The weather was perfect (70s) and the new viewpoint and park walkways were completed. The park is really nice and well kept now if you haven't been recently! Since I've been there before, I wanted to try something new … Continue reading Zoomlapse – What is it and how to make one
Last week I drove down south to Cape May, NJ. I have never been to south NJ and took the opportunity after the busy summer crowds to go check out the lighthouse. I've seen the lighthouse all across social media and websites of New Jersey. I was planning to do a day to night sunset … Continue reading Lighthouse Sunset Timelapse and Important Tip!
This past week was the 9/11 Tribute in Light remembrance. On the 9/11 date each year lights shine over the Manhattan skyline resembling the twin towers. The lights can be typically seen for miles and is a great tribute to remember. This year I went to get a timelapse of the light. It was a … Continue reading Tribute in Light – 2018
This week I went to Estuary Living apartments to shoot a timelapse video for the apartments. The luxury apartments are located right in front of the NYC skyline in Weehawken, NJ. The location is a gem for sure with easy access to parks and viewpoints with a 2 minute walk! I decided to go out … Continue reading Estuary Living Apartments – Amazing View of NYC from Weehawken
This Friday I decided last minute to shoot fireworks in Lambertville, NJ. For those that don't know, Lambertville is right on the Delaware River bordering Pennsylvania. There is an awesome bridge that crosses the river and Pennsylvania border into New Hope, PA. The two towns co-sponsor a fireworks show every year. This year I went … Continue reading Fireworks 2018 – Lambertville, New Jersey + EPIC SUNSET