The South Australia show Postcards interview Nick Graalman about his unique approach to timelapse.
Snow Canyon State Park is located just 2 hours Northeast of Las Vegas, NV. The park is closest to St George and Ivins, UT. The park is a unique mix of red and white sandstone and lava rock. Continue reading
By: Jared Cook
To view this video in 4K (Ultra HD) select “Original” in the resolution menu.
This is a follow-up to the original video released on Jacob Schwarz’s channel (http://youtube.com/user/jacobschwarz), and includes an additional minute of timelapses! Continue reading
By: Gerald Donovan
This timelapse was originally shot back in November 2011 and you can see the original, static, framing on this channel. I thought it was about time I had a go at re-cutting it to try to show some of the interesting stuff going on that perhaps you’d not notice if you watched the original “edit”. Continue reading
By: Vinh Nguyen
The word Baraka means “blessing” in several languages; watching this film, the viewer is blessed with a dazzling barrage of images that transcend language. Continue reading
By: david Niles
360 degree animated art piece created by David Niles for the GW Bush Library. Each of the four hi resolution LED screens measure 20 by 50 feet. Content consists of 60 megapixel time lapse photography, computer generated imagery and 5k live action accompanied by 64 musicians. The eight minute presentation was produced by Niles Creative Group.
By: Cassandra Brooks
Time-lapse of our icebreaker, the Nathaniel B. Palmer, traveling through the Ross Sea, Antarctica. Two months of sequences, condensed into less than five minutes, with a surprise at the end. Enjoy!
This step-by-step tutorial explains how to do Advanced Bulb Ramping with the Promote Control. Continue reading
Documenting more than two years of construction, EarthCam construction cameras captured progress for the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum in Dallas, TX. More than 156,000 high-definition images and over 20,000 hours of archived imagery were hand-edited in a 2-minute time-lapse movie.
By: Moritz Rossa
Timelapses showing Temple Ruins of Cambodia and Thailand. 7000 Photographs shot in February 2013, edited in March 2013.