Box by Bot & Dolly

By: Bot & Dolly

Box explores the synthesis of real and digital space through projection-mapping onto moving surfaces. The short film documents a live performance, captured entirely in camera.

Production Company: BOT & DOLLY
Creative & Technical Director: Tarik Abdel-Gawad
Design Director: Bradley G Munkowitz
Lead Graphic Designers: Bradley G Munkowitz, Jason English Kerr
3D Artists: Scott Pagano, Bradley G Munkowitz, Jason English Kerr, Conor Grebel
2D Animators: Conor Grebel, Ben Hawkins, Pedro Figueira
Director of Photography: Joe Picard
Lighting Designers: Joe Picard, Phil Reyneri
Projection / TouchDesigner: Phil Reyneri
Robotics Animation: Tarik Abdel-Gawad, Brandon Kruysman, George Banks, Michael Beardsworth
Robotics Operator: Michael Beardsworth, Brandon Kruysman
Prop Fabrication: Matt Bitterman, Ethan Dale
Script Supervisor: Ian Colon
Sound Engineers: Joe Picard, Michael Beardsworth
PAs: Sean Servis, Dakota Smith, Nico Mizono, Eric Wendel, Patrick Walsh
Editors: Ashley Rodholm, Ian Colon
Music / Sound Design: Keith Ruggiero
Sound Mix: Joel Raabe
Performers: Tarik Abdel-Gawad, Iris, Scout

Yosemite Wilderness Part 2 by Grant and Nicky

By: Grant and Nicky

Yosemite Wilderness is a two part series created while on a 14-day backpacking trip through Yosemite National Park. Carrying about 20 pounds of camera gear through the wilderness we were able to capture some rare timelapse shots.

Some locations captured include:
-Upper Cathedral Lake
-Lower Cathedral Lake
-Glacier Point Road
-Vernal Falls
-Nevada Falls
-Sunrise Mountains
-Cathedral Peak
-Top of Half Dome
-Top of Cloud’s Rest
-Tunnel View
-Valley View

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Music: Truth by Balmorhea

Joshua Tree – Passing Storm by Randy Smith

By: Randy Smith

Joshua Tree National Park is a really special place, and has a lot of Earth energy, that inspires me. A late summer storm had just passed through the area and I was fortunate to have lots of beautiful clouds which cleared up in the evening for some nice star time-lapse sequences. I saw bats flying around just before sundown, and the ravens watched from nearby rock formations. I slept overnight in my car while doing the star time-lapses, and watched the heavens through the moonroof of my Subaru. The best part was the escape from the noise of Los Angeles and the reward of being alone in the beauty of the desert.

Cameras: Sony A77, Sony A-350, GoPro HD Hero 2

Home At The Shore by Jack Fusco

By: Jack Fusco

After 10 months, more than 40 hours of shooting, and over 5,000 photos taken, I’m proud to present my first timelapse video, Home At The Shore. Please hit play and take a journey to some of New Jersey’s most beautiful beaches and shoreline locations and watch as the stars travel across the sky. I hope everyone enjoys watching and maybe even decides on setting aside a night just for stargazing. Trust me, the world can seem a lot calmer when you’re staring up at the stars and listening to the waves crash on the beach.

On a personal level, the release of this video is very exciting for me. I’ve spent more time on this project than any in the past. I’ve learned new techniques, new software, and then went back and did it all over when I learned that I was doing it wrong. Each step along the way to finishing this was more exciting than the one before it. I want to thank all of my friends, family, and my girlfriend for all of the continued support.

A special thank you to all of those who have worked so hard to restore the homes of those lost during Sandy. Thank you to every volunteer that has spent time bringing the beauty back to our boardwalks and our beaches. The last year has been filled with heartbreak and devastation with much work still being done.

It may not ever be the same as it once was, but it will always be beautiful and it will always be home.

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New Jersey locations include: Ocean Grove, Manasquan, Seaside Heights, Island Beach State Park, Barnegat Light, Sea Isle City, Ocean City, Avalon, Stone Harbor, Cape May, Heislerville, Cape May Point.

A Breathtaking View of the Milky Way from La Palma by Randy and Brenda

By: Randy and Brenda

This timelapse was filmed while on a hiking trip to the island of La Palma, Canary Islands in the summer of 2013.

I spent two nights camping at Pico de La Cruz (2351 m) along the GR131 Trail atop the crest of the Caldera de Taburiente, not far from the Roque de Los Muchachos Observatories on August 6th and 9th. Please note that wild camping is officially not permitted on the island. Do so at your own risk. It is imperative that one use only red light at night anywhere near the observatories and in a direction away from. Pico de La Cruz was close yet far away enough to be discreet and unobtrusive.

This short movie consists of four timelapse sequences, two shot per night. Sky conditions were very favourable with no moon and minimal turbulence. The only drawback was the orange glow toward the horizon in the direction of the Caldera caused by the Calima phenomenon. Weather conditions were tolerable with light winds and comfortable temperatures.

The view of the Milky Way was breathtaking ! The growing intensity of the Perseid Meteor Shower as seen especially in the fourth sequence was certainly a treat (those are not planes). Shooting these celestial timelapses took a lot of planning and patience. On the first night I was already tired and dizzy after hiking 24 km along the GR131 Trail all day from El Pilar ( with a heavy backpack filled with camera / timelapse gear. Thanks to my wife Brenda for all her patience, inspiration and helping me carry our supplies and my equipment. The second night my wife dropped me off along the road leading to the observatories, where I then hiked a short distance to the peak. I did not get a wink of sleep either night as I was worried about equipment malfunction, battery drainage and condensation on the lens. I became totally immersed in the scene and situ however, leaving me in a contemplative mood and just simply astonished.

Canon 550d
Sigma 10mm f/2.8 fish-eye lens
Pocketslider dolly (
Hahnel Giga T2 Pro intervalometer
Velbon QHD-53D tripod and MeFoto backpacker tripod

Manual, ISO 1600, f/2.8, 25 second exposures, 15 second intervals. It was a toss up between high ISO and exposure to keep graininess to an acceptable minimum … and as for my antiquated and now abused 550d … it still did an o.k. job I think 🙂 Next time … full frame body !!

A total of 1600 RAW files edited and processed using Lightroom, LRTimelapse and Final Cut Pro.

Music: “Love and Loss” by Two Steps from Hell.

The Island of La Palma is beautiful in all aspects. It’s a great place to hike and perfect for viewing and photographing the heavens. The night skies are protected from light, radio and air traffic pollution according to the “Sky Act”.

A timelapse I shot of La Palma can be seen at
A video of our trip to the Roque de Los Muchachos Observatory and tour of the GranTeCan Telescope can be seen at
Videos of our hikes can be seen at


Danielle by Anthony Cerniello

By: Anthony Cerniello

I attempted to create a person in order to emulate the aging process. The idea was that something is happening but you can’t see it but you can feel it, like aging itself.

Still Photographer: Keith Sirchio
Animator: Nathan Meier
Animator: Edmund Earle
Nuke Artist: George Cuddy
Music: Mark Reveley

©2013 Anthony Cerniello

Nimbus II by Jim Bailey

By: Jim Bailey

Part two of my time lapse series dealing with clouds and the things clouds do. All my time lapses are 4k compatible!


Part one of the series was calm and quiet. Part two kicks it up a notch, featuring wind, lightning, shelf clouds and super-cells.

Music: “Breathe the Sun”, Robbero remix.
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Special thanks to my family for allowing me to get out there! Also, thanks to Logan for being a great guide, he was with me for many of these clips.

Evolution – A Timelapse Project by CPPlusPhotography

By: CPPlusPhotography



I’m 16 years old and one year ago I started with shooting timelapse, I made my first time-lapse movie “Kals 2012” without success. I stopped shooting timelapses for a while and a few months ago I started again. Especially the last weeks were exhaustive. I went to France, Austria and when I got back in Belgium, every time I could I shot some timelapse sequences. (Ménerbes in France, Kals am Grossglockner in Austria and some places around Ninove and Ronse in Belgium)

The hardest part for me was getting some movement in some of my shots. I don’t have a budget for a slider or something else, so I moved my tripod in all possible directions… Also I tried to shoot some stars, but for my Canon EOS 1000D a milky way isn’t easy to capture. When I go over ISO 400 my shot is ruined by noise. I know I may not complain about my gear, because a good photographer can shoot with any camera… But nobody can deny that good gear is well appreciated 🙂

I decided to assemble my shots into one movie. But, for me one movie wasn’t enough. I wanted something to work on for a longer period. The project “Evolution” was born. This project will contain 3 time-lapse movies. The 3 videos will be edited on Future World Music’s music.

The name ‘evolution’ not only stands for the evolution in time were timelapse is all about, but also for my evolution in making timelapses. This is where the project is all about. Making this movie has been a wonderful time for me.

I hope after viewing this video, you’ll be interested to see “Evolution II”.
The only thing you have to do is liking my page on Facebook ( ) for more behind the scenes, updates,…

Music by “Future World Music” – “Dream Chasers”