My most popular blog post is one dealing with setting slideshow transitions in Lightroom for under 1.0 second. This is useful for timelapse videos - something that I used extensively back when I shot weddings. Makes for a fun and quick video of the ceremony to offer to the couple. Also this is a fun technique for showing the long progression of time in a shorter period.
This functionality was something you could do in earlier versions of Lightroom and when it disappeared, I had to figure out a work around. Based on the response to my post, so did a lot of other photographers!
However, the product has continued to develop since I originally wrote the tutorial and people were finding my original instructions had some new obstacles. Now that I am teaching photography, I came back to revisit this tutorial and discover the hiccups myself. Today, I finalized the revised version that will work on the current release of Lightroom Classic CC, version 8.0.
Hopefully, this refreshed version will continue to help photographers (and hold on for a few more releases!) Thanks to all who have commented and offered feedback or updated information. As always, I'm always open to hear your comments and suggestions.
Use the link below to find the Refresh!
Once again, I wish you happy timelapsing!