1. Web: EvosiaStudios.com
    FB: Facebook.com/evosiastudios
    Instagram: @evosia
    Twitter: @evosia

    Update: Join me on a timelapse and aerial expedition in Iceland! EvosiaStudios.com/workshops/

    Ethereal is my first aerial film that was 2 years in the making. It is an experimental film shot in the remote, breathtaking Icelandic Highlands that combines aerial cinematography with timelapse. The accelerated movements is just fast enough to reveal changes in nature not normally noticeable to the naked eye, while not too fast as to be frantic or unrealistic.

    Each frame is a raw photo shot with the DJI Inspire 1. The individual photos were processed using LRTimelapse, Lightroom and After Effects. The film was then edited in 4K60 in Premiere Pro.

    # vimeo.com/193391290 Uploaded 124K Plays 67 Comments
  2. English

    This project shows some of the places where we (people), have built part of our history, from our civilization.
    Several techniques were used (and tried) to experiment this timelapse project, including parallax effects and multi-layers, such as drone-timelapse effects.


    Este proyecto recorre algunos lugares donde nosotros, (las personas), hemos construido parte de nuestra historia, de nuestra civilización.

    Se ocuparon varias técnicas nuevas en estos timelapses, incluidos efectos de parallax y multi-capas, y efecto de drone timelapse.


    Music: Ivan's Methamorphosis - John Debney

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  3. This video was shot over a 5 day trip to Tokyo in January 2016.

    It was my first time visiting Japan, a place I had always wanted to see. With a population of 35 million, Tokyo is the largest metropolitan area in the world. Due to this, I soon realised how lively and energetic this city really is.

    I decided to take my camera and explore this fascinating city so rich in culture, tradition and innovation.

    Equipment and Software used:

    Canon 5D Mark III
    Tamron 24-70 F/2.8 Di VC
    Samyang 14mm T3.1
    Edelkrone Slider & Action Module
    Adobe After Effects
    LR Timelapse

    Music: Bonobo - Sapphire

    Contact: c.gelep@hotmail.co.uk

    # vimeo.com/163662857 Uploaded 472K Plays 149 Comments
  4. Please watch in 1080p, 2K or 4K resolution and full screen!
    Abidjan in Motion, a tour around Abidjan, Ivory Coast (Africa) in timelapse / hyperlapse

    For almost a year we didn't make any videos. We expected a great opportunity while being impatient ... In this video, discover the city of Abidjan (main city of Ivory Coast) through an energetic tour. Enjoy it!

    This video of Abidjan was done with timelapse and hyperlapse techniques (15 days of shooting, more than 45,000 photos and 15 days of video editing).

    Shot & Edited by: Yenoukoume Akpovi

    © akpovi.com 2016. All rights reserved.

    We are a creative little agency. Here is a selection of our Latest Works.
    Please don't repost or use our artwork without any permission. Thank you.
    Licensing, project quotes or questions please contact us at: akpovi.com

    # vimeo.com/154820895 Uploaded 83.6K Plays 36 Comments
  5. Urban anthropologist and media artist JT Singh has captured the vibrance and massive scale of Shanghai’s skyline, streets, and infrastructure through a series of experimental projects viewed by millions (This is Shanghai, Walk in Shanghai, etc); hence, contributing greatly to the city's growing global status. With this new film, he turns to the Shanghai of its residents, the lives that revolve not around the city’s 4000 skyscrapers, but around the simpler ways of living, the local charm, and the familiar corner.

    Amid the chaos of millions of people living and working with one another, the rich textures and smells, the voices and faces young and old, and the signs of tradition and change dwell behind each door and around each corner. With JT's riveting visual storytelling, viewers experience a series of impressions around historic shikkumen neighbourhoods, which foster a network of real-life experiences, memories, and encounters with locals, which are the tender heart keeping the city alive and charming to live in. Shanghai’s iconic skyline is symbolic of its presence as a premier global city, but below the towers, the intimate, and human story that unfolds is what will always be part of the city’s core DNA.

    Forward by Lane Rick, an architect based in NYC

    About JT Singh
    JT Singh is an interdisciplinary media artist, urban futurist and world explorer, specializing in city-scale, global projects that blur the lines between technology, urbanism and story. It springs from his lifelong adventures and interest in socio-economic and environmental problems within cities that have led him to explore hundreds of urban areas worldwide with eyes wide open and through walking, walking and more walking.

    Currently involved in a variety of projects, including: exploring the future of urban transportation (cityofhumans.com), and advising numerous governments and global executives on city branding and smart city projects. JT is also collaborating with numerous tech startups focused on improving city life, from: urban farming, electric micro vehicles, solar energy and much more. His work and opinion pieces can be found in countless major publications, including Time, National Geographic, BBC, Washington Post, CNN, Vice, Guardian, China Daily, Quartz, Telegraph, Mashable and thousands of others.

    All media inquiries info[at]jtsingh.com

    Director - JT Singh: jtsingh.com / Facebook: facebook.com/jtssingh / Twitter: twitter.com/jtssingh

    Camera and edit - Mike Beech: mikebeechfilm.com / @miikebeech

    Sound design - Slava Pogorelsky: slavapogorelsky.com / facebook.com/slavapogorelsky

    Music - Steven Guthienz: stevengutheinz.com

    Copyright all images JT Singh 2016 - jtsingh.com | Soundtrack used under license Artist ‘Steven Guthienz’ Track ‘Vision’ © Steven Gutheinz

    # vimeo.com/187462742 Uploaded 244K Plays 112 Comments

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