Created by Eirik Evjen
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Norway has recently reached 5 million inhabitants and the capital is growing rapidly. The city scene in Oslo is steadily thickening with taller buildings, more people and the never-ending construction sites. Being by far the most populated city in Norway with 613 000 inhabitants, most Norwegians look to Oslo as a major capital. However, if one compares Oslo to other international capitals, Oslo only ranks as the 112th largest. Oslo is indeed a major capital, just a small one…
The production of this video was made out of 76 940 single photos, edited as a video after a lot of work. The video was filmed under the warmest march month ever in Oslo. I have never been on so many rooftops as I had the week I filmed this, a really fun experience. I used tilt-shift lenses to create the miniature effect
Thanks to all that helped out getting me access to rooftops, apartments and other high places!
Special thanks to Svein Jacobsen, Bente Isaksen, Terje Mork, Petter Nordahl, Annette Grøsland, Andreas Moe and the security guards at Oslo S.
Finally a huge thanks to Christian Magnussen for awesome color correction help in post production.
A day in Venice (Venezia) in Italy, from daybreak to sunset in time lapse. It's really a great place and I hope I can share some of its magic with this short video. If you like Italy have a look at my latest video, about the Amalfi Coast. vimeo.com/183856919
if you are interested in licensing this video or some clips, please contact me.
Music: «Heart of Champions», Chris Haigh, with a licence of premiumbeat.com.
This video is based on the map experiments I have done to illustrate the Anthropocene. It shows several features of our global civilization: cities, built environment, transmission lines, pipelines, main paved and unpaved roads and railways.
More maps can be found here, including some with airline routes, shipping lanes and submarine cables: globaia.org/en/anthropocene/
This is the animation done by Globaïa for the short film 'Welcome to the Anthropocene' commissionned for the Planet Under Pressure conference.
The film charts the growth of humanity into a global force on an equivalent scale to major geological processes. The film is part of the world's first educational webportal on the Anthropocene: anthropocene.info
Este es mi primer timelapse. Buscando ser un poco original traté de no ver timelapses de otra gente para no copiar mas de la cuenta... . En contra, esa falta de información es la razón por la que no utilicé intervalómetro con lo que todos los disparos fueron manuales con un mando a distancia y en algunas partes me temo que se nota
Antes de tomar todas las fotografías ya tenía la música de Radiohead en la cabeza y la verdad es que eso lo hizo todo mucho mas fácil.
Utilice una Nikon D7000 con el objetivo 18-200 mm. Traté las fotos RAW con Aperture y el procesamiento de la película con After-Effects.
Para encontrar las localizaciones consulté bastante las fotos de Madrid publicadas en Flickr.