Star gazing in the city can be a pretty unrewarding thing to do. With all the light pollution, you’ll only be able to spot a few stars on a clear night. So from here you have two options: 1. Go camp out on a mountain 1. Watch the following video and realize you should have […]
This time-lapse video created by LSA’s Museum of Zoology walks us through the science of bat taxidermy. Don’t watch this if you’ve just eaten a heavy lunch. It’s a bit gross but highly fascinating and beautiful in a weird way. The bat skeleton is so delicate and detailed, like a piece of lace. I loved seeing […]
Noah Kalina isn’t just the man who brought you a self-portrait everyday for over ten years. He also takes photographs of other people. His new series, Internet/Sex, juxtaposes lonely computers with time-lapse photos of couples having sex. The photographs of the computers seem more lewd than the sex ones because of the extreme loneliness that […]
This photo series is incredibly interesting and a little scary. It all started when Nicolas Nixon decided to photograph his wife and her three sisters back in 1975. The shot was so good that the four sisters decided to make a tradition of it and posed in exactly the same position on a yearly basis for the next 36 years.
Since DSLRs hit the scene, every man, woman and pet turtle has whipped up a time-lapse vid. But leave it to the Exploratorium Museum in San Francisco to put them to shame. Try a mosaic of 360 videos spanning an entire year, shooting the same piece of sky, where blues, greys and sunset reds merge […]
Between April and October of 2012, photographer Randy Halverson documented the constantly-changing night sky through long-exposure time-lapse video. He filmed these shots of the ground and sky in South Dakota and Wyoming, and throughout this gorgeous video, you can see stunning footage of the Milky Way galaxy and even Aurora storms. Nature is pretty amazing.
Cassandra Brooks, a Stanford University PhD student who is now blogging onboard a research cruise in Antarctica, recently posted an intriguing time-lapse video montage of its icebreaker, Nathaniel B. Palmer, making its way through the Ross Sea. Watch out for the part where Brooks goes ‘Sometimes, icebergs threaten to barricade us, other days we easily dodge […]
This incredible video was made by NASA and shows three years of the sun in just three minutes. Each day is captured in two images, and throughout this video, you can see how the sun’s activity has increased in just three years. The video also shows interesting solar phenomena including two partial eclipses of the […]
This ship measures in at 400 meters long, and has some staggering stats: It can hold 18,000 shipping containers which would be enough to fill up Times Square and the area below the deck is the equivalent size of a basketball court, football stadium and hockey arena combined. In reality, it took 65 days for […]
Sometimes I like to gaze up at the sky and slowly watch the clouds swirl around overhead, or look at the different ways that light hits portions of a vast valley. I think that’s what I like about nature: the fact that nothing is ever the same, nor will it ever be again. Therefore, I’m […]
The Argentinian comic artist and illustrator Nico Di Mattia has had over 55 million views for his speed paintings, the first of which he completed in 1998 by recording an acrylic painting on VHS. Watch as his digital illustration of Spiderman comes together over 4 musicalised minutes during your coffee break.
What a gem of a find. Not only does the UK institution, Tate, collect and exhibit great art. They also make quality films about it, too. There’s hundreds on their channel for me to get my art fix and they seem to be constantly releasing new ones every week. I’ve seen artist studio visits, artist profiles, films by commissioned artists, and experimental stuff. I couldn’t choose a favourite, so you get two: one on author Maurice Sendak (Where The Wild Things Are) — above — and this really fun time-lapse — below.
I’m a sucker for a good time-lapse film, getting to see a new place in a new way. Producing a static shot of a single subject is tough enough, but this dude absolutely kills it by adding in seemingly impossible moves through his city of choice. Singapore, Moscow and Belarus (see below) all get the treatment.