Nicolas Jouhet wrote in to share a timelapse he and Dominique Joubert created that’s really something pretty special. It’s so calming to watch this short timelapse. Enjoy, and be sure to leave a comment both here and over on Youtube.
Andrea, a student at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia (Italian National Film School) wrote to share a video shot promoting Milan and describing the small metropolis preparing for EXPO 2015. This is the incredible result! #viviMI is an innovative view of Milan. Filmed in November 2014 over a period of three weeks, #viviMI gives […]
Traditional time-lapses are constrained by the idea that there is a single universal clock. In the spirit of Einstein’s relativity theory, layer-lapses assign distinct clocks to any number of objects or regions in a scene. Each of these clocks may start at any point in time, and tick at any rate. The result is a […]
Buenos Aires – After Office For an adventurer, it might seem boring and plain the fact of living in a big city because we are constantly picturing our next trip. For this time, we shut our pre-conceptions down, and looked at Buenos Aires with our “travel” eyes. When the sun goes down, with it it […]
Denis Frantsouzov wrote to us to share his amazing timelapse shot over 40 days in Mongolia. Denis writes: Yesterday I’ve ended my timelapse made this summer in Mongolia – wild and amazing country. We offroaded there for 40 days and made about 100’000 frames, and after 4 months of processing it is ready. Two […]
In “Yesterday’s Tomorrow,” we brought our cameras to the same position and angles of our favorite Portland historic images. We wondered, what’s changed? What’s remained the same? This ‘new’ Portland that is captivating national attention- how new is it really?
Mark Irion wrote to share his 4K timelapse of Acadia National Park in Maine. If you’ve never been to Acadia, this timelapse will probably make you want to go. After you’ve watched, hit Mark up at Markirion.com, Instagram.com/markirion/ and Flickr.com/photos/[email protected]