Introduction to time-lapse editing course

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02:10 hours

Exercise files

Exercise files

Time-lapses and videos




If you already captured your time-lapses and want to make huge improvements to them in post-production, this is the ideal option for you if you are just starting with time-lapse editing. On this course you will learn to develop image sequences, how to convert them into single video files and finally add some music to those videos, to later share them online with your family, friends and followers on social networks or even use them on audiovisual productions.


1 - Introduction (1:00)
Quick introduction with me explaining briefly what we'll learn on this course.

2 - Editing tools (1:31)
The tools we need for editing all our time-lapses and where to download them.

3 - Editing: 1° example (21:29)
Editing of the first image sequence using Lightroom and LRTimelapse.

4 - Lightroom export (3:10)
We'll learn how to export an image sequence with Lightroom to use it later in LRTimelapse.

5 - Rendering with LRTimelapse (8:34)
How to properly configure and do a render (image to video conversion) using LRTimelapse.

6 - Editing: 2° example (28:03)
Editing of the second image sequence using LRTimelapse and Lightroom.

7 - Editing: 3° example (15:26)
Editing of the third image sequence using LRTimelapse and Lightroom.

8 - Editing with DaVinci Resolve (24:05)
We'll learn how to create a rhythmic edit using a song and the renders from LRTimelapse.

9 - Conclusion (01:19)
Brief closing for the Introduction to time-lapse editing course.

10 - Extra: Editing with Shotcut (26:31)
We'll learn to create a rhythmic edit using a song and the renders from LRTimelapse. This is an alternative option to DaVinci Resolve, it requires less hardware and it's better suited for those with slower computers.

Detailed contents by application

  1. Lightroom Classic
    • Importing photos into Lightroom
    • Developing JPEG files
    • Aspect ratio
    • Synchronizing develop adjustments
    • Metadata saving
    • How to convert JPEG files to DNG
    • Exporting files to make a video
    • Filter files using keyframes
    • Metadata XMP files: what are they for?
    • Graduated filters
  2. LRTimelapse
    • Loading files
    • Program interface
    • Visual workflow
    • Visual previews
    • Rendering a video file
    • Deflicker
    • Keyframes
    • Transitions
  3. DaVinci Resolve
    • Introduction to the program
    • Changing the language
    • Setting up a project
    • Importing footage
    • Rhythmic editing
    • Render
  4. Shotcut
    • Introduction to the program
    • Changing the language
    • Setting up a project
    • Importing footage
    • Rhythmic editing
    • Render


For this course you will need the following applications:

  1. Lightroom Classic
  2. LRTimelapse
  3. Adobe DNG Converter
  4. DaVinci Resolve Free
  5. Shotcut (optional, Resolve alternative)


  • Please make sure the programs work on your computer before buying the course
  • You must use Lightroom Classic, Lightroom doesn't work with LRTimelapse (comparison between both versions)
  • Here you will find a solution for the 400 files limit on LRTimelapse (Spanish tutorial)

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    Leandro Pérez(@leandroprz)

    Argentinian landscape photographer specialized in time-lapse and astrophotography. He currently lives in Córdoba, but he is from Catamarca. He discovered photography when he was 23 while studying Computer Science. He learnt the art of images by himself, but a few years later he decided to change careers and got a Filmmaking degree.

    Besides teaching intensive workshops, he shares his knowledge on his personal blog and his YouTube channel. He also promotes astro(tourism) in his hometown, Tinogasta, an ideal place for astrophotography.