My first timelapse montage and video edit, ever, so please bare with me. Any feedback is appreciated.
I spent the last 2 months on this project, with the intent of sharing both new and familiar places in Wyoming under dynamic light and weather events. This state is huge, so this video is only the beginning of what I have planned. Please check out my website for tons of Wyoming landscape photography. lightalivephotography.com
Cloud Peak Wilderness, Bighorn Range (80 lb pack with all the motion control gear, 20 miles round trip...fun!)
Grand Teton National Park
Shirley and Wind River Basins
Casper, Chalk, Ferris, Muddy, and Pedro Mountains
Others i probably forgot...but which are no less beautiful
Tools and software used:
Canon 5d II and 1ds3
Canon 16-35 II and 70-200L (f4)
The images used in this time lapse were taken in 2011 over the course of three summer months in Europe. My wife's mother lives in Lithuania, just outside of the capital city Vilnius, so we decided to make it our homebase from the end of May through August while we traveled to various countries. Some of the places we had been to were new to us, others we had visited before. But all in all, it was an amazing summer and definitely an unforgettable part of our lives.
We split our summer up into four trips. Between each of these trips, we'd fly back to Vilnius and relax for a week or so before packing up and heading off again. Our first trip took us to London. We spent three nights there before catching a quick flight over to Amsterdam. We spent another three nights (which became our default) in Amsterdam and then took a train down to Paris. We originally planned on three nights in Paris, but after day two, we realized how much more we wanted to do and that we didn't have enough time. So we extended our stay and ended up being there for six nights. I can't recall why, but for some reason, we had to cut the trip short and head back to Vilnius after Paris.
Next on our list was Scandinavia (or at least part of it). Neither of us had been there before, so we were super pumped. We started with three nights in Stockholm, followed by three nights in Copenhagen, another three in Helsinki, and capped it off with a final three nights in Riga. We really wanted to go to Norway, but felt that it would require an entirely separate trip of its own, just to explore the fjords and all of the beautiful natural scenery. Stockholm was an amazing city and we both agreed that we could easily settle down there. Riga also blew us away and I feel like it's one of the most underrated cities in all of Europe.
After another week or two back in Vilnius, we headed to the island of Crete for a week at an all-inclusive resort. We took a day trip to Santorini, which consisted of the most hellish eight-hour round trip boat ride ever, but that's another story. Definitely want to get back to Santorini, but we'd have to go for at least a few nights to make it worth it. Such a beautiful island.
Back to Vilnius again for another week or so, and then we headed out to Italy. Our summer in Europe was ending soon, so we only had enough time to visit Cinque Terre for three nights, with one night in Milan on each end of that trip.
The summer of 2011 was surreal. We visited so many places, saw so much, ate so much, and it all happened so quickly. Thank you to my amazing wife for being my little assistant and for having the patience to stand around waiting for all of these time lapses to finish!
Here's a scene-by-scene list of all the cities in order:
Shot with Nikon D7000 and Tokina 11-16mm
Edited in Adobe Premiere CS6
Photos from our summer in Europe can be seen at:
Along with some blog posts during our trip:
And photos of some of the most amazing dishes we've ever eaten:
Music: "Journey's End" by Blackmill, from the Reach for Glory album. Used with permission.
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Kuala Lumpur: super-modern buildings juxtaposed with various cultural enclaves and with a little of Asia’s chaos thrown in. My time lapse explores how the city changes from day to night highlighting how spaces dramatically alter during the course of a few hours.
As summarised by Marc Lourdes on Yahoo! Malaysia:
“5 months. 400 hours of solid work. 4 cameras. 40 shoots. 640 gigabytes of data. 19,997 photographs.”
Cameras / lens used,
Nikon D7000 x2
Nikon D3200 (Backup body)
Nikon 16-35 f/4G AF-S VR Zoom Nikkor
NIkon 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5G ED AF-S DX
Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8G ED AF-S VR II
Nikon 50mm f/1.4G AF-S
Nikon 10.5mm f/2.8G ED AF DX Fisheye
Special thanks to:
Special thanks to Maybank for collaborating with Eco Knights to inspire sustainable living in Malaysia.
The shots of KL city in the video were taken from Menara Maybank.
EcoKinghts - ecoknights.org.my
Music: Clams Casino - I'm God
Copyright © All Images Rob Whitworth 2012 - robwhitworth.co.uk
A tilt-shift film by Joerg Daiber. Shot in Slupsk, Leba, Gdansk, Malbork, Torun, Warszawa and Wroclaw.
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Shot with Lumix GH2, Gorillapod, 14-140mm and 7-14mm Lumix Lenses. Edited with Final Cut Pro. Postproduction with After Effects.
Music: Johann Strauss - Tritsch Tratsch Polka
Цейтраферная съемка в движении / time-lapse photography in motion
director of photography: Pryadko Artem / assistant: Shishkovski Dmitry
China (Guangzhou, Shanghai, Shenzhen 27.02.12 - 14.03.2012)
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China, Guangzhou, C15. #23, TaiPing Yang Center 中国广州市天河北路559号太平洋保险大厦23楼C15房
Canon 5D Mark II
NDx16, NDx1000, NDx2000, c-pl
music: OST_Enter_the_Dragon – The Island & Passion Pit - Swimming in the flood
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A retrospective movie of the year 2013 in Marseilles, south of France, when the city was the european capital for culture. We tried to bring life to the timelapse shots using sounds and working hard on the sound design. Hope you like it. vimeo.com/85152643
My last trip:
Just released my new timelapse video, hope you enjoy!