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  1. Hunter's Beach, a 360° spherical panoramic timelapse with exposure ramping from sunset to Milky Way to sunrise!


    from Aaron Priest Liked 6,172 82 8

    For a little over a decade now I’ve been working towards a goal of shooting a 360° timelapse over a 24hr time period with a single camera. This is almost 9hrs of spherical panoramas, from…

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    • End of All Rivers 2


      from Ken Goodrich Liked 152 1 1

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      • Elemental Iceland


        from Stian Rekdal Liked 403K 2,794 105

        This is some of the timelapses I shot in Iceland in september of 2013. Over three weeks we drove nearly 5500km taking more than 40000 photos on the way. Shot with Nikon cameras and lenses. Post-processed…

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        • Antarctica: A Year on Ice Teaser Trailer 1


          from Anthony Powell Liked 16.3K 157 28

          First trailer for my feature film "Antarctica: A Year on Ice" The film is now complete, and hitting the festival circuit. Check out www.frozensouth.com for details! The film shows what…

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          • 2013 Time-Lapse Montage


            from ELEMOTION Photo Liked

            Our 2013 time-lapse montage, shot in southern Colorado this summer. For more go to http://elemotionphoto.com

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            • Karst Country


              from Silver Dory Productions Liked 285K 3,547 290

              Note: We have just released part one of our new infrared art/doco film 'brindabellas' - which is the follow up to karst country. The trailer for the whole film can be seen at https://vimeo.com/silverdoryproductions/brindabellas-trailer…

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              • Stage One SHO


                from MILapse Liked 12.2K 201 37

                Some test footy using the forthcoming 'Stage One' dolly system in a unique configuration; all shots are 'telescoping' push/pull moves with a 5Dmk2 & the new Sigma 12-24 suspended…

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                • Sunrise 2011


                  from Eric Rorer Liked 9,292 213 26

                  I don't know exactly why, but for some reason I became possessed this summer with the need to get out of bed at 5am, and hike up on Mt. Tam to watch the sunrise. Every once in awhile I was able…

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                  • Muskoka


                    from MILapse Liked 31.8K 680 88

                    National Geographic named Muskoka Cottage Country in Ontario Canada the '#1 Best Trip of Summer 2011' ( http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/best-trips-summer-2011-photos/ ). I've…

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                    • Cottonwood Lakes to Mt. Whitney


                      from Sheldon Neill Liked 70.2K 642 51

                      Making route from Cottonwood Lakes to the summit of Mount Whitney--the highest point in the contiguous United States--was one of the toughest challenges in my life. My pack weighing in at 85 pounds--67lbs…

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                      • Mountains in Motion: The Canadian Rockies | 2012 Official Trailer


                        from The Upthink Lab Liked 46.6K 600 45

                        View the full film here: https://vimeo.com/45941676 BEST VIEWED FULLSCREEN HD (with scaling off). Available on DVD & Blu-Ray: http://mountainsinmotion.ca/ WINNER - Best Documentary - Atlanta…

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                        • Louie Schwartzberg: The hidden beauty of pollination


                          from TED Liked 120K 1,342 41

                          Pollination: it's vital to life on Earth, but largely unseen by the human eye. Filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg shows us the intricate world of pollen and pollinators with gorgeous high-speed images…

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