Tag Archives: Time-lapse photography

NYC Layered

I have never seen anything quite like this very trippy, multi-layered time-lapse video below. Here’s what the filmmaker Julian Tryba had to say about the process: Traditional time-lapses are constrained by the idea that there is a single universal clock. … Continue reading

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Life in Miniature

If you have ever hiked, biked, or driven through Norway’s magnificent fjord country, then you know that the towering mountain routes provide an otherworldly perspective on the boats, buildings, vehicles, and people below. Amsterdam-based videographer/designer/musician Martijn Dooland’s trippy time-lapse/tilt-shift video … Continue reading

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The New York Project

There’s no ambiguity about New York City; you either love it or you hate it. Photographer Pavel Tenyakov clearly falls into the amorous category. His wonderful time-lapse video The New York Project will have even the haters longing for a … Continue reading

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Two Lands

In September, I spent two weeks in Alaska hoping for a peek at the aurora borealis. After staying up late (I mean really late) every night, not a glimmer. So, I guess I’ll have to settle for fantastic videos like … Continue reading

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Christmas in Vienna

I have only visited Vienna during warm weather months, but this stunning time-lapse video created by Vienna-based FilmSpektakel has me planning a Christmastime trip. The gorgeous short was filmed using a clever apparatus which placed a snow globe in front … Continue reading

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Boston Night and Day

Boston is one of North America’s most historic and exciting small cities to visit. Photographer Julian Tryba captured the real spirit of the place in his terrific time-lapse that incorporates day and night shots in every frame. Titled “Boston Layer-Lapse”, the … Continue reading

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Postcards from Stockholm

Spanish cinematographer Enrique Pacheo spent a week in Stockholm riding his bike and taking photos. The result was this beautiful time-lapse video.

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Almost Convincing

Rob Whitworth and JT Singh were commissioned by a state-run tourism agency to produce this fascinating time-lapse video of Pyongyang. Of course they were closely chaperoned during shooting and much of the city was off-limits for their cameras. Still, it’s … Continue reading

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Iceland Naturally

Elemental Iceland is an extraordinary time-lapse video shot over a three week road-trip last month . Peripatetic Norwegian photographer Stian Rekdal created the video from more than 40,000 shots. If you’ve ever visited Iceland, it will whisk you right back … Continue reading

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Midtown NYC

Okay, I admit it, I’m a sucker for an awesome time-lapse video. Midtown New York City is one such terrific film from the folks at Washington D.C.’s District 7 Media. Based on 50,00 plus still frames, shot over six months, … Continue reading

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