Timeslices are one of my favorite things to do with my timelapse photos. It's one of the reasons I recommend to always shoot RAW photos and never video for timelapses. They can create a dynamic effect and gradient of colors. Here is how to easily create timeslices with your timelapse photos. Step 1: Shoot timelapse … Continue reading How to Create a Timeslice in 3 Easy Steps
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
This past weekend I drove to Brooklyn to take a timelapse video of the American Copper Buildings and Empire State Building from Hunter's Point South Park. I had been planning on this site because of the American Copper Buildings. The two buildings are connected and I thought the sun peeking through the buildings during sunset … Continue reading Empire State Building and American Copper Building Timelapse
Yesterday evening I drove out to Liberty State Park, one of my favorite spots for photos. The full moon was rising near the same time as sunset. I was debating going because of the cold weather and potential for cloudy skies. But during the day it seemed as if the clouds were clearing and the … Continue reading New York City Moonrise from New Jersey
Last night I drove to Reading, PA to see a sunset from Skyline Drive which overlooks the city. The weather was a bit cold but there was the potential for party to clear skies. The overlook has a Japanese style pagoda which is really unique! The sun was setting at 558 pm directly above the … Continue reading Reading PA, Skyline Drive Sunset
Recently I've been on a Timeslice obsession which a several photos in 1! Since I have several sunrise and sunset timelapse I can combine photos I shot from the video into 1 through Photoshop layers. I usually take about 24 photos per each timeslice and stitch them together evenly spaced. I have some from California, … Continue reading Timeslice Obsession!