1. All Google Street View imagery captured using hyperlapse.tllabs.io. Source code available at github.com/TeehanLax/Hyperlapse.js.

    Read the full story: teehanlax.com/labs/hyperlapse/

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  2. Timelapse photography is an integral part of the upcoming NOVA/PBS series Building Wonders of the World, produced by Providence Pictures. The series broadcasts February 11, 18, and 25, 2015.

    Timelapse emphasised not only how magnificent these structures are, but how long they have stood - over 1500 years. Each film of the three part series involves a building project. Timelapse captured the process and compressed several months into several seconds.

    In Hagia Sophia, a team builds a scale model of the core structure and puts in on a shake table to investigate if the building will survive the next big earthquake to hit Istanbul.

    In Petra, stone masons carve a Nabataean style tomb for the first time in 2,000 years.

    And in Colosseum, a team of engineers and archaeologists rebuild an ancient Roman lift and trapdoor machine, install it in the monument itself, and raise a wolf into the arena.

    The Petra carving timelapse was shot on a pair of solar powered GoPros over one month.

    Everything else was shot on Canon 5Ds. The Motion control rig was an Emotimo on a Dynamic Perceptions Stage One slider.

    Day to night shots were controlled with Camranger and processed with LRTimelapse.

    Check out behind-the-scenes photos:

    robtinworth.zenfolio.com/bwwtimelapse

    Read more about the series:

    providencepictures.com

    Read more about the kit:

    emotimo.com (Motion Control)
    lrtimelapse.com (Digital Voodoo)
    dynamicperception.com (Slider)
    gopro.com (you know what a gopro is)
    cam-do.com (solar enclosure and intervolometer)
    camranger.com (wireless camera control)

    Music: Ed Tomney
    Animation: Handcranked

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  3. A compilation of timelapses I made during the production of the Dutch nature film The New Wilderness.
    Music from The Night of the Hunter and Ben Howard - Black Flies.
    Shot with Canon 5d2.

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  4. Ride the Sky takes you on a journey through the forest and on into the Universe.

    I had the idea of a new astro time-lapse technique in which the camera is pointed right at the north star and mounted to a motorized pivot point directly lined up with the sensor so the camera is able to spin with the stars through the night. Sit back, relax and Ride the Sky.

    Produced and Directed by Lance Page
    pagefilms.com/
    facebook.com/PageFilms
    twitter.com/pagefilms

    Time-lapse Photography and editing:
    Lance Page

    Original Music:
    Derrek Domino
    soundcloud.com/Sophizta

    Video DP and Gaffer:
    Chris Patterson
    refractionfilm.com

    Shot using Emotimo and Dynamic Perception motion control time-lapse gear:
    emotimo.com
    dynamicperception.com

    © 2014 Page Films

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  5. 4K version here: youtu.be/QfubFKFEuOI

    I shot 15000 RAW photos to produce this timelapse short film, all captured in two days and nights, 7 days before the submission deadline.

    I wanted to create a film that evoked interest and wonder about The Dish as an object in it's natural surroundings.

    The main soundtrack of the short film is NASA's recording of the electromagnetic vibrations around Jupiter's moon Io.
    Further sound effects were added after the visual edit was finished.

    The spiralling startrails are created using a unique workflow, where an existing static image sequence is used to zoom in and create the spiral effect. This sets it apart from regular startrail photos and videos which form concentric circles.

    Two cameras were used to cover multiple angles, for example the moon rising or the sun setting.

    In total 45 sequences were shot, processed, graded and edited to end up with this 2 minute short film called The Dish.

    Thanks go out to the staff at the CSIRO visitor centre and The Dish Cafe.

    All image sequences were shot on a Canon 5D MkIII and 600D with a set of lenses ranging from 14mm to 400mm.
    Supported by Manfrotto and Miller tripods to keep the setups (dual camera) steady during the long hours of shooting.

    Processed in Adobe Lightroom 5, Adobe After Effects CC and edited in Final Cut Pro X.

    The masterfile is a 4096x2304 video, downscaled for the competition's guidelines to 1920x1080 pixels.

    Final project size is 670 gigabytes, stored on a RAID 1 system.

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