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timelapse photography tag

Miami HDR Timelapse

Sun May 22, 2011

– C A T H E D R A L – Miami in HDR Timelapse from Edo – on Vimeo.

Shot whit Canon 5DMkII and Nikon AF 85mm 1.8 – Canon EF 17-40mm 4.0 – Sigma 15-35mm 3.5 – Nikon 28mm 2.8

Photography: Edoardo Cicchetti –
Production: Alessandro Cecconi
Music: Fortune Plango Vulnera – Carmina Burana
Post: Photomatix – After effects – Finalcutpro


Celestial Trails

Sat May 21, 2011

Sky in motion from Chris Kotsiopoulos on Vimeo.

This timelapse video of star trails over ancient temples, old churches, stone bridges, a castle, a ship wreck, and a wind mill took two years to assemble.

source nasa


HDR Tone Mapping Timelapse by Philip Bloom

Sun May 8, 2011

24 Hours of Neon from Philip Bloom on Vimeo.

For a detailed commentary on each shot, listen to:

Shot with a Panasonic Gh2, Canon T2i, Canon T3i, and Canon 5Dmk2.

Fun Stuff, Videos

Seattle Space Needle Celebrates 50

Wed April 20, 2011

The Space Needle from Philip Bloom on Vimeo.

Shot on the Canon 5DmkII, T2i, T3i and Panasonic GH2.

Read more at: Philip Bloom.

And here is a timelapse of the Film Setup:

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DIY Timelapse slider with speed control for $20

Fri April 15, 2011

DIY Timelapse slider with speed control from Joakim Fjeldli on Vimeo.

Here’s a DIY on how to motorize your slider on the cheap, materials coming to about 20$. Get all the juicy details at: Joakim Fjeldli.

source DIYPhotography

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The Planet Where The People Do Not Sleep At Night

Mon November 15, 2010

Nature teaches us that there is a time to wake up and go about our work and a time to lie down and sleep. The discovery of fire changed all that, allowing humankind to stay awake well past sunset. In our modern world, day and night intermingles and while a part of our world sleeps, another part is wide awake and working. This timelapse captures how active humankind is all over the world even as the Earth is naturally bathed in darkness.

HD Time Lapse Footage Showreel 2010 – Night Rush Around the World from on Vimeo.

Timelapse clips from Hong Kong, Dubai, London, Paris, Cannes, Rome, Milan, Dublin, Edinburgh, Vienna, Monte Carlo, Prague, Macau, Brussels, Bruges, Munich, Berlin, Zurich, Bratislava, Cairo, Barcelona and Lisbon.

Source: Nikon D700

More timelapse footage (HD, 2K, 4K):

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DIY: Timelapse Zoom Motor

Sat November 13, 2010

DIY MoCo Zoom Prototype from Andrew Curtis on Vimeo.

You’ve seen timelapse movies where the photographer zoomed the lens slowly. Now you can automate it using a do-it-yourself motor harvested from a meade ds-2000 autostar 494 or ‘Milapse’ system.

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New York City Timelapse

Mon October 18, 2010

New York City – Timelapse from stimul on Vimeo.

Directed by
Alexandre Favre – Pierre Dumont – David Mignot


Symphony No. 9 (Beethoven)
New York Philharmonic

New York City – Summer 2009

New York City never stops to fascinate us. Commerce, finance, media, culture, art, fashion, research, education, and entertainment all gather to make it into a leading global city. The United Nations Headquarters is found there and head of states gather there to discuss affiars of world importance. International business are transacted in its gilded office towers. More than 8 million people live, work and visit New York City every year, making it one of the most densely populated major city in the United States.

source wikipedia

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Anatomy Of A Time Lapse: Monument Valley

Thu August 5, 2010

When UK filmmaker Philip Bloom visited the US, he drove for two days and 1000 miles from Idaho to Utah so he could take this timelapse of Monument Valley.

For the timelapse itself, here’s a quick rundown of the equipment used. 5 Cameras: Nikon D3s, Canon EOS 1D Mark IV, EOS 5D Mark II, EOS 7D (x2). Tripods: 2x Gitzo Travellers, Miller Solo 3 stage carbon fibre with DS20 head, Manfrotto with 503 HDV head, heavy duty gorillapod. Lenses: Nikon D3s: 21mm, 50mm, 85mm Zeiss ZF; Canon: 14mm F2.8, 17mm TS, 24mm TS V2, 24mm F1.4, 35mm F1.4, 50mm F1.2, 70-200mm F4 IS, 70-200mm F2.8 IS, 1.4 extender. 5 Intervalometers (timer remotes): 2 official Canon ones, 1 official Nikon one and 2 third party ones.

For the video part: Canon EOS 5D Mark II.

Exposure settings were: AV mode, F stop around F5.6, interval 7 seconds, Quality medium or large, nightime exposures at high ISO of around 1600 with 30 second exposures.

I love the way he mixes video, still photography and timelapse, and the quiet music that intros the timelapse is pure genius. There’s even rain, thunder, lightning and rainbows. Simply spectacular!

Monument Valley from Philip Bloom on Vimeo.

For more pictures of the setup and gear used, visit: Philip Bloom.


Timelapse Reel #5

Tue July 20, 2010

Andrew Walker of shot this beautiful timelapse with a Canon EOS 5D Mark II. Lenses that were used in this reel are:

Canon 24mm f1.4 mk2
Nikon 80-200mm f2.8 Zoom
Zeiss ZF 50mm f1.4
Zeiss ZF 85mm f1.4
Sigma 20mm f1.8


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Timelapse Photography

Mon July 12, 2010

We’ve been covering quite a bit of stop motion and HD video, but here’s something a bit different: timelapse photography by 599 Productions.

Equipment used:

  • Canon 24mm f1.4 mk2
  • Nikon 80-200mm f2.8 Zoom
  • Zeiss ZF 50mm f1.4
  • Zeiss ZF 85mm f1.4
  • Sigma 20mm f1.8

[ via Professional Photographer ]

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