The addition of sky video to a composition and architectural visualization productions is not new.
This addition to both still as moving scenes is not complicated, as you will see in this easy tutorial.
The most complicated issue is obtaining these kinds of files. There are two ways: filming them yourself or getting them from the Internet.
I encourage you to try. Just go out with your camera. Find the right shooting spot. Be patient and film a few hours. Accelerate the outcome. Do the sequence’s post-production deleting defects and, eventually, prepare the final sequence in HD.
You will soon find it’s quite technically difficult and requires time to get the quality and characteristics desired to use the final files in production.
I encourage you to choose the second option: acquire our skies.
This tutorial will teach you how to do the post-production process with any sky video timelapse.
I will show you how to perform the post-production, the versatility of these files in order to convert still images into moving sequences and how they contribute to enhance your video works.
We’ll focus on the details that will make our post-production both credible and professional.