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Tag Archives: Timelapse
Way back in the last century I had the good fortune to spend some quality time in Scotland. The extraordinary timelapse video below from the brilliant Danish photographer Casper Rolsted is a three minute taste of the experience of a … Continue reading
Facebook recently reminded me that last year at this time I was back in Iceland for another amazing roadtrip. While my own photos are good enough souvenirs for me, the award-winning video below captures the moody majesty of the country … Continue reading
This week, Taiwan-based photographer Stan Chang released the second in a captivating series of timelapse videos based on three years of travels around thirty European countries.
On December 6, 2014, forty photographers joined together to create LapseLondon . For the awesome project, each contributor shot a timelapse sequence in a different area of the city. The resulting video, comprised of more than 35,000 images, was created … Continue reading
I’m a big fan of timelapse videos and a bigger fan of Budapest, so I had to share this amazing short film. Created by cinematographer Joe Simon, Budapest is a heady mix of 4k footage, timelapse and hyperlapse video. Enjoy … Continue reading
It’s been months since I last visited Paris, but this set of wonderful stopmotion hyperlapse videos brought me right back there. The videos—each made from over 30,000 photographs— were created by Benin-born, Paris-based photographer Mayeul Akpovi .
Geoff Tompkinson is an award-winning photographer, filmmaker and videographer who specializes in timelapse and hyperlapse videos. He has created stunning films in locals as diverse as Istanbul, Venice and the U.S.. His newest work is a stylish video called “New … Continue reading
Last Spring California photographer/filmmaker Shawn Reeder spent three months gallivanting around New Zealand in a camper van. He took more than 150,000 still images and used them to produce this awesome timelapse video of his magical adventure.