New photography ebook: “Timelapse” by Dave Delnea

by Klaus on March 21, 2013

in Photography, Photography

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Dave Delnea’s newest eBook Timelapse – An Introduction to Still Photographs in Motionis an exciting eBook for photographers looking to shoot and process stunning time-lapse sequences!

Timelapse takes a step-by-step approach to the important aspects of creating moving photographs. Dave discusses the following key areas: cameras and lenses, tripods and support gear, intervalometers, tethering, filters, and of course the settings and techniques to pull it all together. Dave also walks you through Lightroom so you can successfully tackle the editing process, flicker, and output options.

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This eBook is full of tips, tricks, and ways to stay clear of common pitfalls when creating timelapses. Most photographers already have the tools they need to shoot their sequences, but they need help turning their vision into reality.

“I shot and assembled my first timelapse sequence in about two hours after Dave showed me how to do it.” – David duChemin 

Watch Dave Delnea’s awesome Iceland time-lapse.

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Special Offer

For the first five (5) days only, use the promotional code TIME4 when you check out and pay only $4 OR use the code TIME20 to get 20% off when you buy 5+ eBooks. NOTE: These codes expire at 11:59pm (PST) March 22, 2013.

About the Author

dave_delnea_authorDave Delnea is a commercial advertising photographer and creative collaboration advocate. His work has taken him around the world producing sports, lifestyle and travel imagery for clients such as Trump Hotels, Ritz Carlton and Lululemon.

Buy the Author Bundle

Get Timelapse PLUS Dave Delnea’s other title Below the Horizon: Understanding Light at the Edges of Dayfor $8 USD (that’s 20% off). Click here for more information & purchase!

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