Vincent writes: This was all shot with a canon t3i and t2i, using mostly a tokina 11-16 and maybe once the 18-55 mm kit lens. Most scenes are near Sherbrooke, Quebec, some are in Acadia national park and Portland headlight, Maine, Las vegas and I shot one during an unexpected 2 hours stop in New-York […]
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]
Just a couple of clips make up this particular timelapse, but the clips are great and the editing is interesting. Photographer Samuel Cockedey asks: Where does your mind go during you daily commute? He shot the timelapse with a Canon 5Dmkii w/ 24-105 IS L in Tokyo and Koh Phi Phi.
This Alaska timelapse was shot by Zan Butler. It’s a collection of timelapse that he shot over last winter in Anchorage. All shot in the city but showcasing the nature that surounds the city rather then the people and building within the city.