If there was a simple way to create stunning time-lapse movies so striking and so captivating that your videos went viral… would you be interested?
What if you could create awe-inspiring time-lapse movies, without having to invest in expensive equipment or software… would that make it more accessible to you?
My name is Josh Dunlop, and here’s something few people know… You can create breath-taking time-lapse movies, 10x better than you can imagine now. All you need is a simple process.
Videos so engaging and exciting that others may accuse you of stealing footage from The Discovery Channel. You don’t need a fancy camera, and you don’t need expensive training.
And I’m going to prove it to you.
Take a look at this…
I created this time-lapse before discovering what I’m about to share with you. It’s a good first effort, but it flickers because I was shooting it as if it was a landscape photograph.
The wrong shutter speed, aperture, interval, and more.
The result is a very amateurish Time-Lapse.
Now look at this…
I created this time-lapse just a week later. Same location, same camera, same equipment…
A much smoother and more professional looking time-lapse.
The only difference was my approach…
The only difference was my approach…
During the week between my first and second video, I attended a private workshop with Time-Lapse Master, Casey Kiernan. One of the best in the world at what he does.
I went to him because he’s like the Daniel Day-Lewis of Time-Lapse Photography, and he has the awards to prove it. His work has won the Gila Time-Lapse Film Festival, the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival and the California Film Awards. His pictures and movies have been featured in CBS News, Al Jazeera, History Channel and more.
When professional photographers want to improve their time-lapse processing, they call Casey.
Collectively, his movies have had tens of thousands of views online!
And when I met Casey, I already knew most of what there is to know about photography. I’ve been a photographer and trainer for over six years, with over 50,000 happy students. But I really didn’t know the first thing about time-lapse photography.
To be honest, I was embarrassed that my technical skills as a landscape photographer didn’t transfer over to time-lapse photography.
It seems counter-intuitive, but…
- You actually want motion blur
- You set a wide aperture, instead of a narrow one
- And what you look for in a scene is completely different
The things I learned from him forever changed how I think about, and approach creating time-lapse movies. With his help, the process was clear and simple!
You see, everything I thought I knew about time-lapse photography was challenged…
- I thought that I needed expensive gear and accessories. But you can create stunning time-lapses with a newbie’s gear.
- I thought the process was complicated and hard to learn. The truth is it’s rather simple, once you follow a couple simple rules.
- I thought that editing my time-lapse was going to be confusing. But it turns out there’s some software that works great with Lightroom once you have the right roadmap.
All you need is a basic camera and lens, and an intervalometer (that’s the simple remote you use to automatically capture the sequence for you).
The longer I spent with Casey, the more “facts” I thought I knew were corrected. After just a single day, my approach to time-lapse photography improved ten-fold.
Before you leave the house, you have your camera setup with the exact settings you’re going to use. Your intervalometer is plugged in and ready to go thanks to a nugget of advice, and all you need to do is click start.
You arrive at the location without a single worry about composition, because you know exactly what you want to capture.
You open your tripod up, set your focus, then hit “start”.
Within a matter of minutes you’ve captured your first time-lapse. You’re so amazed as you scroll through your images, you won’t stop shooting until all your batteries are dead.
15 minutes later you’re adding all kinds of interesting foreground objects, dramatic light and shadows, and mesmerising movement to make your time-lapse truly striking.
Once you’re finished, you have a selection of videos with unparalleled interest and activity. Videos so vibrant they command respect from even the most seasoned photographers.
You’re so excited that you’re finally able to show of videos with such depth and interest, you share them across every social media platform you use.
Producing some of the most breathtaking and exciting photography you’ve ever captured.
Sound far-fetched? That’s what I thought too.
And then I attended Casey’s workshop. Within 3 days of absorbing his approach, I created most of the videos you now see on this web page.
Just three days. That’s all it took for my work to take a quantum leap forward!
And the best part is that shooting time-lapses is second nature to me now. I follow a few simple rules, and I’m now confident that:
- My camera settings will always be perfect
- Setting up my tripod and intervalometer will take just a matter of moments
- I know how to find the perfect scene, and how to capture the movement
- I can tie all these videos together in a stunning movie
- And i’ll be left with a ton of beautiful photos as a beneficial by-product
Time-lapse photography is special because it has the ability to tell the full story of what you’re shooting. You can share a sun setting, a storm rolling through, a flower blooming… all in a matter of seconds, not hours.
You don’t have to struggle to pick your best photo from the sequence to share, because you can share them all!
Normally, experts keep time-lapse methods close to the vest, because they can charge hefty fees for training. There’s never been an easy or affordable way for regular people to master time-lapse photography. Until now.
Introducing: “Total Time-Lapse”
Total Time-Lapse is a High Definition video course on the art of time-lapse photography. It shows you how to create world-class movies without being a pro photographer and without buying expensive gear.
Casey Kiernan and I collaborated on this course, after he walked me through the process to become a time-lapse photographer. We share the skills that save us time and earn us praise.
The “secret” to exceptional time-lapse photography isn’t where you shoot, or even how you setup your camera… sure these are important, but the real secret is the movement that you capture.
Total Time-Lapse shows you how to find movement in your scenes and bring your videos to life.
Videos like this…
The skills you’re going to gain include:
- A total walkthrough of the process we use 100% of the time – (from setting up at home to exporting the finished video)
- Why expensive lenses can be worse for time-lapse photography… and why cheap kit lenses are perfect for the job
- The best way to work out the number of frames you need to shoot, and how long they will take to capture
- How to select a scene that will add movement and intrigue to your finished movie
- Why most time-lapse movies have old fashioned ‘flicker’… and how you can ensure this never happens to your videos
- The lazy man’s way to edit almost all your photographs at once
- Where, when, and how to crop and straighten for maximum results (because cropping isn’t just OK, it’s essential!)
- Why you actually want motion blur in your photos for a film-like finished video
- The do’s and don’ts of shutter speed and aperture
- How to add motion to your movies using sliders and panning heads
- 5 simple functions of the only accessory you actually need
- How what you shoot changes when you shoot it
- Why it’s ok to have underexposed photos in your time-lapse sequence
- How to stitch all the photos into a finished time-lapse, using a free-to-use tool
- And much, much more…
One of the best parts is that every technique is taught with common language! Even though Total Time-Lapse gives you an advanced skill set, it shares (and demonstrates) every technique without a bunch of jargon.
Kathy Henehan took one of our other courses and had this to say:
“I have recommended this course to several of my friends. I tole them that it is a very easy course to follow, and that everything is explained without going technical terms that people don’t understand.”
Just a couple guys talking shop while showing you how to create the most mesmerising movies you’ve ever captured.
Here, check it out for yourself:
Even if you struggled in school… or aren’t the greatest at grasping new skills… you’re going to be shocked by how easy it feels to absorb this information.
We know that new courses can be daunting, which is why:
- The course is only about 2.5 hours long, so you can get up to speed with time-lapse photography in an afternoon
- You can download every video to watch at your convenience, on any device
- We’ve provided subtitles if you prefer to read along, or are hard of hearing
- There’s a comments section if you have any questions
- You’re invited to join our private Facebook community where you can share your stunning new edits
Perhaps the best thing about learning how to create stunning time-lapse movies is that you dramatically improve your storytelling capabilities.
Here’s some comments from past students:
If You Think Manual Mode Is Difficult and Confusing… Think Again.
“Thank you for showing me how to make the most of my camera with a simple tweak in the menu. I was puzzled why my older film camera pics were more sharp when set correctly than the more modern all singing and dancing cameras we have now. Thank you for showing me how. I am on just back from 14 days in Majorca and now taking very much improved pictures. Yippee.”
“I found your course very informative and have gained more confidence when handling my camera and all the various ways to take better photos. The whole thing was very informative and easy to understand. If I had to recommend it to my best friend I would say Do it. You won’t regret it.”
“You spoke to us as knowledgeable people and were sincere in your presentation. Keep up the good work Joshua. I specifically liked the way you broke down the subsets to make sure we understood. I also replayed the sections if I was tired when I first watched them. I still go back to brush up on any given subject. Any friends of mine who are serious about their photography could definitely benefit from buying your program.”
One of the hidden benefits of learning time-lapse photography is the impact it has on your composition.
Because when you set up your camera to take hundreds of photos at once, you better make sure your composition is perfect. You can’t fix that in post!
Time-lapse photography trains your instinct and forces you to really think about your scene, before you even turn your camera on.
Right now, you’re one step away from time-lapse expertise. These skills are transferable to other areas of photography, and you’ll have more mastery over photography than ever before.
If You Think Your Gear Isn’t Good Enough… Think Again.
Maybe the worst part about dSLRs is they can be complicated. The best part about dSLRs is you can do much more with an entry level camera than 95% of photographers realize.
You do NOT need top-of-the-line gear for “Total Time-Lapse”. In fact, we show you why cheaper lenses are often better for time-lapse photography!
The only accessories you need is a tripod and a $15 intervalometer. You may want to invest in motorised sliders and panning heads, but that’s completely optional. And something you’ll progress to over time.
Chances are you already have everything you need to capture jaw-dropping time-lapse movies.
You can take much, much better videos than you realise. And “Total Time-Lapse” shows you how, with…
- The filters we use to save our photos from being overexposed in bright sunlight
- A simple rule for always selecting the right shooting mode
- How to set up your camera to take back total control
- The absolute best way to process your images to tell a story
- How to reduce the dreaded flicker with a few easy steps, and more…
Although your gear will undoubtedly be good enough, you do need a couple pieces of software to create your finished time-lapse.
Adobe Lightroom, which is essential software for every photographer. It’s only ten bucks a month, or you can get an older version for a one-off payment.
And LRTimelapse, which is free for sequences less than 400 images (which we rarely exceed).
An Ethical Way to ‘Cheat’ at Photography
Setting up your camera to constantly take pictures, hoping to get lucky is… cheating.
Sure you might get a good photo or two, but did you work to get it, or did you stumble across it by chance?
Time-lapse photography is different. You’re supposed to take hundreds of photos at once. And when you do, you can publish your favourite from the bunch.
You worked hard on the composition, you thought about how the scene was going to change. You earned that photo, while letting your camera do most of the hard work for you.
This photo came from a sequence of over 300 photos…
And because you’ve set your camera to auto-pilot, you can stop living your life through a lens, and start enjoying the scene you’re shooting.
When was the last time you were able to sit back and enjoy a sunset without fiddling with your camera?
“Total Time-Lapse” gives you everything you need to not only create beautiful videos, but also elevate your photography to the next level…
Together with one of my videographers who went through this course, we created our own Time-Lapse movie of the city we live in, and we think it’s pretty special.
Check it out below and see what you you’ll be capable of once you’ve been through this training:
And That’s Just 1/4 of The Value You’re Getting
Here’s the thing: I want to give you that knot of excitement you feel when you stumble across an unbeatable deal. So now that you know what you’re getting with Total Time-Lapse – I’m going to quadruple the value.
In addition to the definitive video course on Time-Lapse photography… you’re also getting two of my highest rated courses and one premium preset package. For free.
Bonus #1 – How to Hyperlapse (Value = $197)
The art of a good time-lapse movie is in capturing movement. Cars driving by, clouds moving through the sky, the sun setting at night.
But what if instead of our subjects moving, we moved instead? That’s what Hyperlapse is all about. Using our feet as the movement in the scene to capture unique perspectives.
There’s a few ways to do this, but in this bonus we share our method using nothing but a tripod.
- How to select a scene that looks stunning with camera motion
- Why you don’t even need an intervalometer
- How to accurately add intervals between each shot
- Creative ways to frame your shot
- The filter you must apply to remove unwanted camera shake
Bonus #2 – Movie Maker (Value = $147)
Making movies is fun and easy, once you know how to do it. But like all forms of editing, there’s a right way and a wrong way (and in this case, an easy way) to go about it.
Although we don’t go into detail on how to use video editing software (that would be a different course entirely)… we do show you the exact process Casey used to edit one of his award-winning films.
Movie Maker shows you:
- The simple reason why we always start with the soundtrack first
- How to create an intro and fade in your graphics
- How to tastefully transition between the different clips
- Creative ways to make your video more dramatic without the need for special effects!
- How to tell a story with your movie
We walk you through exactly how Casey made this award winning film below:
Bonus #3 – Market Your Movies (Value = $97)
Have you ever wanted to see what the pro’s do to get their movies shared online, while earning money from them?
In this short, but sweet bonus, we share exactly what we do in this all important final step. Afterall, what’s the point in creating these breath-taking movies if no one sees them?
Market Your Movies shows you:
- Where to upload your movies online for maximum exposure
- How to get initial views through online communities to help drive viral traffic
- An easy way to licence your clips to make you money while you sleep
- What to do with the hundreds of photos you captured so that they don’t go to waste
- Where to enter your movies for competitions, to win awards for all your hard work
But, this might not be right for you…
Creating time-lapse movies requires vision and storytelling.
A 10-second clip can take anywhere from 8 minutes to 2 hours to capture, depending on the interval (the time between each image) you set.
And you have to train your eye to think about the scene and the movement that’s going to take place, before you start to shoot.
You’re telling a story with a stunning video, rather than a single image. And that takes time and commitment.
Time-lapse photography isn’t for everyone. It’s probably not for the photographer who only wants to pick up their camera once a month.
But if you want to improve your vision and story telling, then there’s no better method that I know of.
So if you’d like to create award winning time-lapse movies, let me ask you something:
How much is all this worth to you?
If I could give you a proven method for creating most powerful videos of your life, how much would that be worth?
Creating time-lapse movies is on the bucket list for most photographers, myself included. There’s something special about it. Knowing you can create visual stories most photographers can’t, gives you an exhilarating rush.
Over the past few weeks I’ve been making a movie of Budapest, the city I live in, and boy did it impress my friends! I don’t usually check this sort of thing, but it’s the most liked video I’ve ever posted on my personal Facebook profile!
Here, check it out:
And if you haven’t noticed, Facebook and Instagram are starting to prioritise video sharing on their platforms, so it’s a great way to get more exposure.
Not to mention, it’s one of the most fun types of photography you can master. You can connect with photography in a new way and really bring your portfolio to life. What more can you ask for?
The thing is, time-lapse is such a powerful area of expertise, that training can be pricey. Workshops at $1000.00 or more aren’t uncommon. That’s the reason so few master it.
Personally, if knew of a guaranteed way to master time-lapse photography, and it cost only $1299.00, I would snatch it up in a heartbeat.
And I did exactly that! That’s how much Casey Kiernan’s workshop cost me, and it was worth every penny.
What’s fantastic is this course covers everything Casey teaches in his closed-door workshop. And more. Together we’ve expanded the content, while making it easier to grasp and use.
Plus, we’re giving you How to Hyperlapse ($197.00) Movie Maker ($147.00), Market Your Movies ($97.00), and Time-Lapse Presets ($97.00) as free bonuses!
But, you won’t be paying $1,740.00 today. You won’t even be paying $499.00. Or even a third of that.
If you purchase Total Time-Lapse in a couple months time it’ll be yours for only $147.00!
However, as I’m launching this brand new course, I’m going to halve the price again.
To only $67.
But There’s A Catch
(Please Read This Carefully)
As you can tell, this is a staggering low price. These courses together should retail for over $1500.00, and you’re getting all of them for less than 5% of that.
But like I said, there is a catch.
You see, in exchange for this discounted rate, I’d like to ask a small favour. When you get your copy, can you email me your feedback on it?
This will require no effort on your part – you’ll receive an email a couple of weeks after you get your copy, and you can reply directly. A single sentence would be helpful.
And that’s it. Pretty easy “catch”, right?
I just want to get as much feedback as possible before I open this course to the public in a couple months time.
For that reason, we only plan to offer this deal for the next 500 customers. I expect about 30% to respond to our email, and feedback from 150 people is more than enough to get all the customer feedback we need.
And even at this rock-bottom price, you’re still entitled to…
I stand behind every course I offer. Over 50,000 students in 138 countries swear by my training, but sometimes a course just isn’t a good fit. I understand and don’t take it personally.
Get “Total Time-Lapse” today. Try out the course for a full three months.
If you aren’t blown away by how simple the videos are to follow… or how fantastic your pictures are after using the ideas… simply shoot me an email. You’ll get every penny of your money back.
No hassles and no questions asked.
Who else offers such a reassuring guarantee?
You really have nothing to lose, and a whole new set of story-telling photography skills to gain by taking Total Time-Lapse.
Click the big orange button below to get started right away, and you can be capturing your first time-lapse in just a matter of hours…
Three Months From Now…
Your portfolio will have some of the most vivid and vibrant time-lapse videos.
Your loved ones will be amazed by how much you’ve improved. Your confidence will have grown immensely. You’ll realise how easily the skills you gained translate to photography in general.
In short: You’ll be a better, more focused and more interesting photographer.
But only when you choose to act.
You see, some might choose to do nothing. They won’t “do nothing” on purpose, it’s usually procrastination. They bookmark a page like this and think they’ll come back to it later.
Three months pass and they find themselves in the same exact position they were before. Still thwarted by a camera that feels too complicated. Taking pictures and time-lapse movies that are not up to their full potential. Feeling the creative urge but unable to turn what they “see” into real videos like this:
I wouldn’t be where I am today, creating professional time-lapse movies, while improving my photographic story-telling, if I hadn’t chosen to act.
You have a chance to do things differently. Total Time-Lapse is your path to becoming a much better, more fulfilled photographer. But it’s up to you to take the first step.
The choice is yours.
Click the button below to get started!
Founder, Expert Photography
P.S. – You get everything you need to create professional time-lapse movies, AND you’re getting How to Hyperlapse ($197) Movie Maker ($147), Market Your Movies ($97), and Time-Lapse Presets ($97) for FREE. But remember – 500 is the magic number.
“I was worried whether I would get my money’s worth of photographic information. Happy to say, every product that I have purchased from Josh has been of great value to me.
“I think what impresses me the most, is his enthusiasm for all the different aspects of photography. It is catching… and I’m excited about photography at this stage of my life. I would say it is presented in a manner that doesn’t intimidate. You instruct in a humble way, which I find conducive to learning.”
Is this an online course or will you send me DVDs?
This is an online course only. This enables you to access the course immediately, and it enables us to easily add new videos as requested.
Can I download the videos?
Yes! We have downloads for every single video.
Yes! I’m proud to say that we offer these for all of our online courses.
Does the course expire or will I have lifetime access?
You will have lifetime access and the video downloads ensure that you can watch them on any device, at any time.
May I see the course contents?
Sure, we have 17 videos, covering:
Aperture and Lens Choice
Aperture Choice Comparison
Shutter Speed Comparison
What Is and How to Avoid Flicker
Shooting Mode Comparison
Optimal Settings for Time Lapse
Setting Your Camera Up to Take Back Total Control
Calculating The Number of Frames
Total Time-Lapse Walkthrough
Creating Your Time-Lapse In Lightroom and LR Timelapse
Editing Your Time-Lapse Into Movies
Marketing Your Time-Lapse Videos
Will this work with my camera?
If you have a DSLR, Mirrorless, or Bridge camera, then this course was designed for you! We cover settings that you will find in your camera.
What software do I need?
You’ll need a copy of Lightroom (anything past version 5), and a copy of LR Timelapse, which can be found for free for sequences of less than 400 images.
Does this course include free software?
No, but the software you need is inexpensive and easy to find. You’ll need a copy of Lightroom (anything past version 5), and a copy of LR Timelapse, which can be found for free for sequences of less than 400 images.