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.
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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
This is a cool timelapse of my city!
TimeLAX is a time-lapse photography project that shows the Greater Los Angeles area from many angles.
The project includes different types of photography such as panoramic, architectural and artistic. We have scouted, tested and selected more than 200 locations that will be presented in a series of videos.
Photography by RalphGM – Edited by RandyFX
Music “Orchestral Inspiration” by Akashic Records – SaReGaMa
For more information, visit timelax.com
From the sun to the architecture, the palm trees to the bright lights, the celebs to the beach, Los Angeles has it all.
This video shows the glitz and the glamor of the city in stunning visuals that will have you booking a flight to SoCal in no time.
1. Lake Tahoe
This shot of Lake Tahoe by user tlapse is a beautiful capture of Sierra Nevada.
3. New York City
Shot by Mindrelic, this captures some of the best spots across New York City.
4. Ko Olina Beach
A day on the beaches of Hawaii, shot by tonnes, sounds pretty good right about now.
This was jgolian’s first shot at time-lapse photography, and we think his capture of Scotland’s capital is pretty great.
6. Panama Canal
From the Atlantic to Pacific Ocean, this time-lapse journey by radiofreebc rides through the Panama Canal onboard a cruise ship.
7. Crater Lake
In the span of a day, user Dan Heller captured a stunning view of Crater Lake, including a crescent moon, the Milky Way and Jupiter.
Next on the list is Moscow, Russia’s capital, captured by user 22zweizwei.
YouTube user Antzarctica spent a year creating this time-lapse of Artarctica, in and around the McMurdo Station and Scott Base.
10. Las Vegas
This time-lapse, shot by user Asianjma123, captures 2 nights and 3 days in sin city.
You don’t need a passport to travel around the world — you can travel the world right at home!
Ok, watching videos from your laptop is not quite as fun as the real thing. But if you’re waiting for your next big adventure, or at least for your passport to come in the mail, we’ve rounded up ten beautiful timelapse videos on YouTube from around the world.
From New York City all the way to Moscow, there are time lapse videos from hundreds of cities all over the world. According to YouTube, New York’s time lapse video is most viewed by people in Eastern Europe, especially Russia. Vancouver City is most-viewed by Canadians and the U.S. prefers Las Vegas and Crater Lake.
VERY cool timelapse (you know I love timelapses!) of planet earth – from YouTube:
My video Blog:
this video compiles all my favorite beautiful scenes from YouTube in recent of 2 months.
Beautiful moments from nature, scenery, animals and action sports
for Motivational and Inspirational purposes!
1. Steve Jablonsky – My Name Is Lincoln
Buy on Itunes: http://bit.ly/UJfsOO
2. M83 – Outro (hurry up we’re dreaming)
Buy on Itunes: http://bit.ly/UG7pT5
I love timelapse videos and I love airplanes – this is a great combo! From PetaPixel:
Check out this curious 25-second time-lapse/composite video that shows every airplane that landed at San Diego International Airport on Black Friday a week ago between 10:30am and 3pm. The giant planes whiz by overhead as if they’re part of a fighter jet squadron heading off to battle — not something you’d expect to see with commercial planes at an airport. It was created by photography and film professor Cy Kuckenbaker.
He came up with the idea after seeing this composite photo that we shared a while back, created by Ho-Yeol Ryu at Hannover Airport:
Here’s what Kuckenbaker tells us about how his project came about and how it was created:
I moved to a new neighborhood in San Diego a little over a year ago that put me close to the San Diego Int. Airport. Since then I have become increasingly interested in the rhythms of the airport and the airplanes themselves. San Diego has an unusual flight path that brings the planes in low right over the center of the city and they have to drop rapidly behind a hill to make the runway. When I saw a composite still image on PetaPixel of every airplane that took off in a day from a European airport I started to wonder if I could do something similar with video.
The concept is simple: shoot the individual planes flying across a pure blue sky, then chroma key the blue out as if it’s a green or blue screen leaving only the plane behind. Then put them all together on a video timeline. I did some tests and discovered that it didn’t work well if there were trees in the edges of the frame so scouting good locations took the most time. I watched the weather for a cloudless day then sat in a park and shot every plane that flew over. I locked the camera (Canon 7D with a EF-S 17-55 f/2.8) on a tripod and shot the planes with 1080p video at 24fps with an exposure I’d tested the day before (50/s, f/13, ISO 100) that would keep the sky deep blue with no blowout for a good chroma key.
To give the video a sense of temporal change as the planes fly by I did an 8 hour time-lapse under a bridge nearby shot at the same angle and composited it over the planes. Without it there’s no sense of time passing. I used an intervalometer to shoot about 800 images with the same exposure as the video. Once I had it posted as a regular video clip, I keyed the sky out of it as well. I put everything together in Adobe Premiere, which challenged my system since I needed 40 video tracks to stack all the airplane clips together. The last piece was to put a new sky back in — a still image with depth and clouds that’s panned using key frames in Premiere.
Here are three images showing the individual components that went into making the video:
The tiny plane trailing all the larger jets at the very end is a pretty funny touch.
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