1. Graded Timelapse Project


    from Steve Swayne Added 26 0 0

    I shot 45 minutes of time-lapse stills at Arches National Park, Utah, USA a few months ago. At 30 second intervals. I set the playback rate at 12 frames a second and decided to try a number of differing preset effects using Adobe Lightroom 6 Develop module on the stills, and some on the stitched video files. I used Apple Quicktime 7 Pro to render a folder of 1920x1080 stills into 11 seconds of video. I used Apple Final Cut Pro X to produce the resultant final 1280x720 24fps composite video. It is possible to achieve strikingly different looks from the same raw images, as watching the full 7 minutes will show. The first 4 minutes has time-lapse where each individual still was processed separately, the last three minutes has the unaltered time-lapse sequence amended in Lightroom as a video file. Better results were obtained by editing the raw images individually of course.

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    • Time-lapse of Drying Maple Leaf.


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      Time-lapse of drying maple leaf, with ALPHA. Visit http://www.zygistudio.com for more info. Also here: http://www.pond5.com/artist/zygistudio?ref=zygistudio http://www.shutterstock.com/video/gallery/70110?rid=70110 2K and 4K versions of the clips are available under request. Music by audionautix.com

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      • South East Asia 2015


        from Simon Forster Added 38 0 0

        In May I started the last chapter of my 9 months journey: 45 days traveling in Thailand and Cambodia. This is a short summary of some of my activities there. Please enjoy ! Music by Jeff Hanson- Hiding behind the moon Cameras: Canon 600D and SJ4000 action cam.

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        • Philippe Plein - Milan Fashion Week 2015


          from Flush the Fashion Added 20 0 0

          Time lapse video from Philipp Plein Fashion Show 2015 Milan Fashion Week featuring Robots, Lasers and Courtney Love

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          • Sunraysia sunset


            from Ian McKenzie Added 24 0 0

            Time-lapse of sunset over billabong near Mildura, Victoria, Australia.

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            • Timelapse from the backside of the Lanikai Pillbox Trail


              from Ken Added 0 0 0

              This is a timelapse taken on 10/3/2015 from the back portion of the Lanikai Pillbox Trail. The camera pans from east Kailua to the Mokes, hitting just over 180 degrees.

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              • MarinaBay Timelapse II


                from soontong Added 0 0 0

                MarinaBay Time-lapse from another angle Music: Pure by Black Bird

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                • Monsoon II


                  from Mike Olbinski Added 37.3K 1,211 87

                  Blu-Ray discs available here: http://www.mikeolbinski.com/shop/ Song by Kerry Muzzy: "Palladio Rebuilt" (on iTunes: http://bit.ly/pall_MO) Follow me: http://www.mikeolbinski.com / https://twitter.com/mikeolbinski / https://www.facebook.com/mikeolbinskiphotography / https://instagram.com/mikeolbinski ---------------------------------- I've been chasing the monsoon in Arizona for about 6-7 years now. This summer was different though. Back in late July, I was wondering why it felt like I was out chasing more than ever before. And then I remembered. I had a job last summer. This year I didn't. I went full-time photography in November of 2014 and haven't looked back. I was free to roam and had virtually no limitations. I even had multiple chases where I never actually wend to bed, but instead chased all night. I took the kids to New Mexico at one point early in the season. Last year I counted roughly 31 total days that I chased a storm during the monsoon. This summer: 48. Yikes. 17,000 miles driven, which was about 3,000 more than last year. Perhaps the biggest difference this year was shooting nearly 60,000 more time-lapse frames than I did in 2014. 105,000 total. And what sticks out to me even more than any of the other numbers above, is that only 55,000 of those 105,000 frames made it into Monsoon II. What that means is I was able to stuff this new film with only of the best of the best. We missed out on some of the huge dust storms like I've captured in years past, but overall, I think this represents some of the best weather I've ever photographed in Arizona. There are stunning shelf clouds, gorgeous rain shafts, lots of blowing dust, tons of lightning, and even multiple mini-supercells/mesocyclones. The brief meso over Cottonwood at the 3:38 mark is one of my all-time favorites. I can't talk much more about the film without addressing the music real quick. The song is called Palladio (Rebuilt) and it's once again by the amazing Kerry Muzzey who donated it to me for Monsoon II. He also let me use another song of his for my previous film, The Chase and I'm beyond grateful for his generosity. I mean, how do you thank someone enough for that? Click here to find the song on iTunes and please support his work! I've said it a million times...the music is at least 50% of these movies I make. Kerry's art helps bring my films to life. Thank you my friend! When I'm out there capturing footage for these films, I'm constantly thinking about the story I want to tell. For example, I wanted a lot of erupting, towering cumulus at the beginning to launch into the meatier clips. I started laying out the film back in mid-August. Certain clips I already knew would be in certain places in relation to the ups and downs of the song itself. As the season wore on, I gathered more and more clips and began to lay out the entire film. I'd remove clips when I got something better. There was exhausting editing, re-editing, looping music, reluctantly dropping clips that didn't work or were unfixable and watching it over, and over and over, to make sure I was telling the story I wanted to tell. At one point, about halfway through...I was telling Jina that I have a lot of great stuff, but still haven't shot the final scene yet. I had no idea what it would be, but I knew I didn't have it. And then that very night (or maybe the next day)...I was out west of Tonopah and I knew on the way home that the monsoon had finally delivered my ending. That is what is so amazing about doing this. You hit the road with zero idea about what you're going to see over the course of a summer. You might imagine scenarios or have ideas, but they get blown out of the water by reality. And that's what I love about it. My hope is that you can see and feel that love in this film. The beauty of the monsoon in Arizona. This is where I'm from and this is home. More on the story here: http://www.mikeolbinski.com/theblog/2015/10/monsoon-ii/ -------------------- Technical Details: Captured with Canon 5D3's, a 5D2, Canon 16-35mm, Rokinon 14, 24, 35 and 85mm. Processed using Lightroom, LR Timelapse, After Effects and Premiere Pro

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                  • Marina Bay Timelapse


                    from soontong Added 1 0 0

                    Marina Bay Timelapse Music : Dj Rostej - Long Way

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