How cool is this!! Night melts into Day in
New York: Night and Day
New York: Night and Day is a combination of non-traditional video time-lapse and animation. I filmed day and night scenes from around New York City and combined them back into single sequences using rotoscoping techniques. The piece explores the relationships between night and day, by compositing together scenes shot in the same location over a time period ranging from 4 – 8 hours. I hope you enjoy it.
Created By: Philip Stockton
Music By: Noel Heroux
Color By: Sal Malfitano
1.) Weehawken Waterfront Park, NJ
2.) Dream Hotel, Midtown
3.) Manhattan River Bridge, East River
4.) South 1st st. Williamsburg
5.) East 1st St. East Village
6.) East Broadway, Chinatown
7.) The Resevoir, Central Park
8.) East 2nd St. East Village
9.) Herman A Macneil Park, College Point
10.) East Houston St. East Village
11.) Williamsburg Bridge, Lower East Side
12.) Skillman Ave. Williamsburg
Cameras: Canon 5d mkIII, mkII, 7D
Gorgeous timelapse of the night sky of Death Valley! Very cool!
(Watch in HD with headphones on and the volume cranked, if you can. Hands and arms inside the cart at all times!)
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Check out “STARCHASERS: BEHIND THE DREAMLAPSE”, a 4 minute Behind the Scenes Doc here: vimeo.com/65031084
After the unbelievable response to our first DEATH VALLEY DREAMLAPSE (vimeo.com/57757618) our team returned for Part 2, this time going deeper, to the mysterious and unexplained sliding stones of Racetrack Playa. No UFOs this time (we THINK) but plenty of wonder and amazement, including some insane star trails, a beautiful milky way pass over the lakebed, and an incredible pink desert aurora! We also tried out some new timelapse techniques, like moonpainting the foreground landscapes (0:53 – 1:20), and also some experiments merging regular timelapse footage with star trails — a technique we’ve been calling STARSCRAPING (1:07:1:33). If it has an actual name, let us know! Star Trails shot at 25 sec exposures. No special effects used, just the natural rotation of the earth’s axis. Photography Merging: STARSTAX. Used two Canon EOS 5Dmkii, with a 24mm/1.4 lens & 28mm/1.8.
The pink aurora first makes an appearance during the star trails shot at 1:36 and later in more detail at 2:22. Since we didn’t even know auroras were POSSIBLE this far south, we did some research and learned there was a CME (Coronal Mass Eruption) solar event that night (March 17th) which likely triggered what we see. Read more at UNIVERSE TODAY (bit.ly/11ygzCy). If anyone has any additional theories/insight, we’d love to hear more! To learn more about the mysterious sliding rocks, read here: bit.ly/YgjOf2
Download our DREAMLAPSE 2 PRESS KIT (22MB) of Behind the Scenes Photos, Stills and Full Captions: bit.ly/17s4u5d
Shot and Edited by: Gavin Heffernan twitter.com/GavinHeffernan
Producers: Michael Darrow, Rachel Payne, Ben Dally, John Brookins
Associate Producers: Michael Leland, Briana Nadeau, Adam Jeremy Williams
Music: “Stay Down (Ambient)” by MOBY (License Courtesy MobyGratis.Com)
Behind the Scenes Doc: Shot, Edited, and Produced by John Brookins.
For more on this this and other upcoming projects, visit SunchaserPictures.com or twitter.com/GavinHeffernan
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To see more of our other Sunchaser Pictures Timelapses, visit our album here: bit.ly/LFy9KJ
This video shows the result of a photographic journey to berlin
from 12 may – 18 may 2012.
I´ve spent 6 days in Berlin with excessive work, but the last 4 months
were even harder. Whenever I had some time,
I had to import and customize the NEF files before I
equalized them with the great LR-TIMELAPSE from Gunther Wegner. (lrtimelapse.com)
(Adobe Lightroom is necessary)
The observed jpeg had then to be droped into virtual dub and were rendered as avi.
When this was done, I had to stabilize the sequenzes manually frame by frame (AE motion tracker) and rendered each of them in 3 different sizes: (4928×3264 pixels, 1920×1080 pixels, 1024×768 pixels)
Last but not least the snippets were edited fitting to the beautiful title “Diving Through The Blue” by
the respectable composer and musician Valentin Boomes.
-lense 18mm – 105mm
-lense 70mm – 300mm
great thanks to Thanit Areerasd
Wow – is this a gorgeous lifetime work of art or what? Amazing!
For the past fifteen years George has been working on a somewhat obsessive project to photograph all of the world’s hyper arid regions. The idea came to him when he started flying his motorized paraglider over the Sahara in the late 90s, and has taken him to 27 countries plus Antarctica. What he found on this oddyssey was a collection of co-evolved landscapes, like a disparate family, with each desert having unique variations on the common dry-land features of sand dunes, salt lakes, and wind erosion. He also discovered the highly developed strategies that allow man, vegetation, and wildlife to endure on the outer limits of survival.
I really like tilt-shift photography. This is a great example of it in
A short tilt-shift time-lapse film featuring the city of Melbourne, Australia. This piece is 10 months in the making and features a range of different events and festivals held in the city throughout the year.
Music: “Reflections” by Tom Day. Big thanks to Tom for his sound effects and audio mix soundcloud.com/tomday
Equipment: Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 17-40mm f/4L, 24-105mm f/4L and 70-300mm f/4-5.6 USM
The tilt-shift effect and grading was applied in Photoshop, and the film was edited in LRTimelapse, After Effects and Premiere Pro CS6.
Most of the shots were captured from the Eureka Skydeck, which is a lookout at the top of Melbourne’s tallest building. Other locations were the Shrine of Remembrance memorial, car parks and bridges around the city.
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