1. Ever since moving to the beach communities of Los Angeles from Chicago, I resisted embracing the very different feel of the holiday season in California. In recent years, however, I've really started to appreciate the unique traditions of Christmas in Los Angeles, so I decided to film as much of it as I could this year.

    Redondo Beach King Harbor features a boat parade with dozens of boats carrying festive passengers, and at least fifty stand-up paddleboard riders also decked out with lights and costumes. Manhattan Beach abstains from fireworks displays during Independence Day so that they can put on an enormous show each December, which is one of the highlights of the holiday season. The Sleepy Hollow neighborhood of Torrance transforms about ten full blocks into a whimsical Candy Cane Lane with almost every home displaying Griswold-style lights and over-the-top décor. Scenes from Pier Avenue in Hermosa Beach and Terranea Resort in Palos Verdes are also shown.

    The entire video is original footage from December 2014. I filmed everything using Canon DSLRs for timelapse and video, plus a GoPro for some of the hyperlapses mounted to my car.

    Merry Christmas!

    Filmed and edited by Brian Hawkins, Redondo Beach, California.

    Contact: bmhawkins@gmail.com
    Facebook: facebook.com/bmhawkins
    Instagram: instagram.com/brian.hawkins
    Twitter: twitter.com/Brian_Hawkins

    # vimeo.com/115236758 Uploaded 24.4K Plays / / 24 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  2. Melbourne - World’s Most Liveable City

    After being nominated as the world’s most liveable city for the fourth year in a row, I thought what better subject to showcase in my new time-lapse short film than Melbourne itself.

    For the past five months I have been exploring the city once a week (when the weather was co-operating) to capture all these scenes. I wanted to present the parts of Melbourne that stood out to me and bring life to the images using time-lapse photography.

    Well over 20,000 images were shot. Many hours walking through-out the city carrying heavy camera equipment, and countless hours in editing time (thrashing my 13inch Macbook pro to its limits), were spent just to make this project come together. I have never worked so hard on a project & I’m extremely proud of what I have made. I really do hope you enjoy the video.

    A special shout-out goes to Matt from Photosentinel for the support and the use of an Emotimo TB3.
    photosentinel.com

    Also thanks to Eureka Skydeck for the passes to shoot some shots above Melbourne! The view from up there was truly amazing!
    eurekaskydeck.com.au

    Song: Zaped - Paradise (ft Georgia Potter)
    soundcloud.com/zaped

    Equipment used:
    Canon 5dmkiii & Canon 7d
    Canon 17-40mm ƒ4L
    Canon 70-200mm ƒ2.8L
    Canon 14mm ƒ2.8L
    Canon 50mm ƒ1.2L

    Motion control:
    Dynamic Perception Stage Zero
    dynamicperception.com
    Emotimo TB3
    emotimo.com

    Post Processing/Editing:
    Lightroom
    LRtimelapse
    Adobe - After Effects
    Adobe - Premiere

    danieljohnsonphotography.net
    instagram.com/danieljohnsonphotography
    facebook.com/DanielJohnsonPhotography

    # vimeo.com/115157167 Uploaded 64.2K Plays / / 24 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  3. LapseLondon: The biggest ever single day crowdsourced timelapse. A day in the life of London seen through the eyes of 40 photographers.

    triggertrap.com/lapselondon
    See The Story of LapseLondon here: vimeo.com/triggertrap/lapselondondocu

    On the 6th of December 2014, Triggertrap brought together more than 40 photographers for an exciting, one-off photography event. LapseLondon invited photographers to create an incredible crowdsourced timelapse video of London in just one day. The diversity, atmosphere, pace and buzz of the city make London the perfect canvas for any timelapse, and its unique flavour is captured over 80 clips in the LapseLondon film.

    The 80 timelapse clips included in LapseLondon are composed of over 35,000 photographs shot over 40 hours, all within the same day.

    Thank you to all the photographers who participated in LapseLondon. Special thanks to Nicholas Goodden and Chad Gordon Higgins.

    Edited by Jose Passarelli and Will Walsh.
    Music by Will Price.

    # vimeo.com/114649098 Uploaded 109K Plays / / 18 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  4. 1 minute and 50 seconds to show you one of the most famous lakes in the world: Lake Como.
    Locations you can see in this video include:
    Bellagio, Varenna, Cernobbio, Argegno, Gravedona, Menaggio, Lecco, Como, Villa Carlotta, Villa del Balbianello and Isola Comacina.

    Equipment:
    Canon 5D Mark II
    Canon 24-105 mm F4 L IS USM
    Canon 70-200 mm F4 L IS USM
    eMotimo TB3 - emotimo.com
    Manfrotto tripods and heads

    Music:
    Luxury - Jean-Thomas Cloutier
    Licenced by stockmusicsite.com

    TimeLapse ShowFest 2014 Official Selection

    Diego Bonacina
    Website: kokoropictures.com
    Facebook: facebook.com/SirDiegoSama

    # vimeo.com/112297807 Uploaded 29.3K Plays / / 63 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  5. This timelapse was shot in September 2014 when I came to UAE. And this is second part of my timelapse about UAE (first is about Ajman vimeo.com/112694402).
    Timelapse & Edit by Kirill Neiezhmakov
    e-mail: nk87@mail.ru vk.com/nk_design
    facebook.com/kirill.neiezhmakov
    music: Varien – Gunmetal Black

    Footage (this and many other) available for licensing in 4K

    YouTube: youtu.be/TDM18lJ18VA

    Equipment:
    Canon 60d, 550d
    Sigma 10-20 mm 4.0-5.6
    Samyang 8 mm 3.5
    Canon 17-55 mm 2.8
    Canon 70-200 mm 4L
    Vanguard Alta Pro tripod
    GoPro Hero 3+
    Konova Smart head konovaphoto.com

    Software: Adobe Lightroom, LRTimelapse, After Effects

    # vimeo.com/113259851 Uploaded 40.6K Plays / / 46 Comments Watch in Couch Mode

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