In this article I will explain how you can speed up Lightroom for timelapse editing.
With the latest versions of Adobe Lightroom a very frustrating and time consuming bug has crept into the software.
The ‘copy/paste settings’ or ‘synchronise settings’ action now takes minutes instead of seconds.
This article explores a different workflow to increase your efficiency when editing timelapse sequences.
I realise that this technically isn’t speeding up Lightroom however I worded it that way for SEO purposes so that more people would find this solution.
Timelapse workflow context
Timelapse photography consists of shooting a large number of photos at a fixed interval over an extended period of time.
These sequences of photos are then colour graded and rendered into a video file.
Instead of colour…
This is only a snippet of a Time Lapse Photography Article written by Matthew Vandeputte
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