The biggest downside to timelapses is that you usually have to remain in a single location (motion timelapses excluded). This is where a hyperlapse comes in and changes all that. You can take a timelapse and ramp it up by adding lots of movement and covering large distances, giving a “hyper” appearance to your video and even bending and warping your scene with certain types of movement. Making a hyperlapse video is tedious work, but it’s very rewarding when you come away with some mind-blowing footage that completely changes the way you create and compose your videos.
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