This time lapse video feels like an animated music visualizer. The imagery is quietly stunning and peaceful. I guess the earth always seems more serene when viewed from outer space. Thanks to NASA for capturing loads of videos displaying the oceans currents, we can combine them all to create a psychedelic music visualizer video straight from […]
By now the starry night time-lapse has been done to death. So it takes a keen eye and some sweet tech to invigorate the genre. Clinton Harn and Phil Arntz do just that, painting a dazzling picture of colour and movement Down Under. Stay until the end, as the final shot is breathtaking.
Wow, wow, wow. Singaporean photographer Milton Tan usually deals with subject matters like high fashion models, but after accidentally capturing airplane lights streaking across the frame one night, he decided to make a time-lapse short film dedicated to planes flying at night. The action really gets majestic midway through the short with these almost celestial […]
This time-lapse captures another significant episode in the story of London’s emerging new skyline. Tracing the progress of another ultramodern skyscraper, the Leadenhall Building, we see the faceted nature of this beast as it rises to completion. Beautiful, impressive stuff.
When Teehan+Lax Labs motion designer Jonas Naimark wanted a tool to create hyper-lapse videos with available data sets and emerging technology, the lab built just that so he could build a video with it. The result is Google Street View Hyperlapse with purposely low site settings (maximum of 60 frames per animation) for greater accessibility. […]
This beautiful time-lapse of blooming flowers was created by Katka Pruskova. Amazingly, this was the first time-lapse she’s ever created. The film captures the bloom of six different flowers, Amaryllis, Lilies, Zygocactus, Rose, Gladiolus and Gardenia, and was created from over 7,000 photos taken in 730 hours.
There is something incredibly familiar and also utterly unique about the flood of timelapse videos we currently see, a complex network of actions all forming an intricate visual ballet. I vote for a channel dedicated to streaming the best of these 24/7, a throwback to the backdrops we used to see on CNN. Like having […]
Here’s another eyeball-searing display of visual interplay between the man-made and the natural world. We should all stop for a minute and appreciate the fact that we can watch something this crisp, fluid and poetic at the drop of a hat, made by somebody on the other side of the planet. It makes trolling seem […]
Eric Hines, a photographer/time-lapse cinematographer from Indiana, has recently completed a personal time-lapse piece consisting of over 30,000 still photos shot incrementally between July and October this year around downtown Chicago. The Windy City has always been on my list of cities to visit since I can remember, and this video has shown me again […]
One of the most bizarre landscapes our planet has to offer can be found in Iceland. It feels like travelling in time and flying to the moon at the same time. Beautiful waterfalls, active volcanoes, geysers and the amazing northern lights. The boutique production house Upthink has created a time-lapse video of this breathtaking landscape […]
We’ve all seen those time-lapse vids, where the doting dad documents his daughter daily for a decade. Done to death, right? Not so fast! German blogger and artist Rosella Vaughn, now residing in Hawaii, snapped pics daily for three and half years on Photobooth, documenting antics usually reserved for Larry Clark films. If you’re averse […]
You’ll need to watch this closely to believe what you’re seeing. And what is it you’re seeing, you ask? Well, this is stunning footage of ‘the earth as it’s never been seen before in a combination of time lapse sequences taken from the International Space Station’. Sublime.
This wonderful time-lapse montage was shot by Dominic Boudreault between late 2010 through early 2011 to show the ‘duality between city and nature’. Locations include Montreal, Quebec City, Toronto, Manhattan, New York, and Chicago.
Rey Fresco’s visually striking video debut is a time-lapse piece for his single, All In Awe, from their new album The People. The band invited local friends and family to join them in the shoot, which took place at an old Ventura firehouse and was filmed in just one take.