During a trip to Sweden last winter, I had about an hour spare time in Stockholm to fill in. Nothing better than shooting timelapses with the Canon 100-400mm I rented. I just had to shoot a bit more with that beast. You know you're passionate about it, when that's the first thing you think about.

So I found some interesting spots and shot like crazy for 1-2 hours straight. 2000 frames later I hoped I had enough to compile at least a short video. We had to move on to our trip.
Fun little project to familiarize the programs we use to make these videos and especially to stretch my editing skills in terms of video in general.

We are really inspired by Matthew Vandeputte aka Tjoez the Moviemaker, so this is kind of a tribute to his style of editing timelapse. So thanks Matthew for being a source of inspiration and to keep motivating us through your fantastic stuff! It definitely helps a lot.

Thanks to the Rndm Travels crew ( to let me do my thing, I enjoyed it! ;-)

I hope you like the result. More good stuff in progress, stay tuned!

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Shot and edited by:
Ticho Ooms

Equipment used:
Canon 7D
Canon 100-400mm
Canon 18-135mm
MeFoto Roadtrip

Programs used:
After Effects CS6, Premiere Pro CS6, Lightroom 5

MUSIC used with permission

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© TnT Lapse - Ticho Ooms - Tobias Lory

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