1. Monument Valley


    from Philip Bloom / Added

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    For a full description of shoot and gear please visit my website and also a 12 minute commentary. http://philipbloom.net/2010/08/02/monumentvalley/ Music is Saturn by Gustav Holst. Licensed

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    • Tiny London


      from Mario Muth / Added

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      London in a miniature look. This video was shot during a period of 2 months from public vantage points, private offices I was allowed access to and places where I shouldn't been. The locations shown include The Tower of London, Liverpool Street Station, Big Ben, Heron Tower, Barbican, London Wall, Earl's Court Station, Bishopsgate, Millennium Bridge, Embankment, Kings Cross, Paternoster Square, Changing the Guard, Royal Exchange, Piccadilly Circus and Tate Modern. All sequences were captured as RAW images and manipulated in After Effects to achieve the miniature / tilt shift look. In total I shot 25,850 images and 4,980 made it into the final edit. Music: "London" by Vanessa Carlton Camera: Canon 5D mark II with either 14mm 2.8 L II or 24mm 1.4 L See also: http://www.blog.visualizers.de/

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      • That was Paris


        from matel / Added

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        I’ve recently moved back to Paris and have been able to rediscover this city. Paris is often represented by monuments, but videos didn’t seem to show the atmosphere, the people. As a city, the pace is varied which I tried to highlight with timelapse and slow motion. It’s a series of moments captured to show what Paris is to me. It's a moment in time. Shot with a canon 7D and 17-55mm lens.

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        • London Timelapse HD - Lumix GH1


          from properniceinnit / Added

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          Shot in 33 spots around London with photos shot at every 5 seconds. Mainly used the GH1 stock lens and a Nikon 50mm f1.4. Music by the Penguin Cafe Orchestra.

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          • Kassel - Park and Herkules Monument


            from FEB Productions / Added

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            Schloss park Wilhelmshöhe camera TM700, editing Premiere Pro CS5.5 www.youtube.com/user/febpro63 www.febproductions.blogspot.it www.facebook.com/FebProductions lo stesso video è disponibile con commento in italiano nel mio canale youtube the same video is also available with commentary in Italian in my Youtube channel youtube.com/watch?v=qJN3WfsmAjM

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            • America in 3 Weeks (2011)


              from Sergio Herencias / Added

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              America in 3 Weeks - for the first time i visited the USA - a dream comes true! I knew america only from the movies, for me it was like a different world - a Dream. I decided to film the whole trip with all the beautiful moments and details, to show the people what america has to offer. This movie is more than a beautiful memory, a wonderful Trip with lot of impressions, timelapses and experiences collected in these three very very intense weeks. Enjoy it! Details: (The entire trip was planned individually by ourselves) Zürich -> NYC -> SFO -> Santa Cruz -> Monterey -> San Simeon -> Lost Hills -> Death Valley -> Las Vegas -> Bryce -> Page -> Monument Valley -> Grand Canyon Village -> Las Vegas -> Los Angeles -> Zürich 3 Weeks 3 Timezones 4362 Km / Road Max. Temp 46 °C Min. Temp 02 °C 12> Hotels & Motels 5 States Director& DP: Sergio Herencias 3D Artist: David Fritsche Character Illustration: Miguel Vieira Motion Design and Post Production: Sergio Herencias 2nd Camera Timelapse: David Fritsche Equipment: 2x Canon 5D Mark II Canon 2.8 24-70mm Canon 2.8 70-200mm Canon 1.4 50mm Reflection-blocker for Timelapses from Lenskirt - www.lenskirt.com Shoulder-Rig from Redrockmicro - www.redrockmicro.com Special Thanks to: Gebhard Nigsch Manfred Fritsche Elisabeth E. - K. www.guavemotion.com www.sergioherencias.com

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              • THE DISTRICT


                from Mike Zorger / Added

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                "The District" is a Washington D.C. based timelapse project I decided to take on since I've lived in the area my entire life and I think it has beauty and architecture that needs to be seen. While shooting "The District" of course I ran into a few issues. Weather is typically the most important aspect of any timelapse project but parking and tourists were the biggest speed bumps while filming from April-August. Most major cities have high rise / skyscrapers but D.C. is very limited to the height of buildings which makes you think more and get more creative with your shots. You do have to map every little shot so you can execute it properly. Most shots in "The District" were shot 2-4 separate times due to weather or bad research on my end. A lot of people message me about permits or Park / Federal police that may have issues with me shooting. When you have a lot of motion controlled gear set up next to monuments / parks you have to expect some attention. I never really had any of those things. I've run into some situations in the past but nothing major like getting arrested or ticketed. Gear Used Canon 5d Mark3 Canon 6d Canon 16-35 2.8L II Canon 70-200 2.8L II Canon 14mm 2.8L Canon 24-70 2.8L II MOTION CONTROL Kessler Stealth elektraDRIVE BASIC elektraDRIVE 500 Series Motor Pod kesslercrane.com/ Emotimo TB3 Black http://emotimo.com/ SOFTWARE Lightroom 4.0 Adobe After Effects CS6 Adobe Premier Pro CS6 MUSIC: "The Fathers Heart" Tony Anderson www.themusicbed.com www.mikezorger.com www.zorgablog@blogspot.com facebook.com/mikezorger twitter.com/mikezorger Licensing Details - Available in 4K mikezorger@gmail.com

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                • "Natural Wonders" - Grand Canyon


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                  Finally I finished the 3rd part of my "Natural Wonders" miniMovies. This time its about the Grand Canyon, one of the most impressing canyons, I´ve ever seen. I had to spend a huge amount of time for grading each shot extensively as I shot (by accident) with lots of different settings from superflat to highly saturated. So lots of shots got their particular grading as well as a lot of masks which I had to use, to separate the skys from the ground. This footage showed me again, how bitchy 7D footage can be, if you don´t know exactly what you do. I did a lot of shots out of a helicopter, but as it is - when you´re beginner - you do a lot of things, you shouldn´t do and of course...I did :D I tried my best to stabilize some of them, the rest...puhh...I had to put into trash. (Next time I´ll remember that a helicopter has windows;) Anyway...I hope you like this tiny movie too and if so, feel free to put a "like" on it :) Update 2014: "Natural Wonders - Grand Canyon" got a new audiotrack, which has been composed by my old friend and colleague Carles Piles (https://vimeo.com/user10488827) and (http://www.carlespiles.com/) I´ve also uploaded a new version with much higher datarate "Thank you Carles, you´ve done a great job to increase the value of my work". Check also out my other "Natural Wonders" The Bryce Canyon http://www.vimeo.com/15485626 The Yosemite National Park http://www.vimeo.com/15696544 Equipment used: Canon EOS 7D, Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ38, B+W MRC Polarizer, slim, Tokina AF 11-16mm f/2.8 AT-X Pro DX, Kenko Polarizer, Sigma AF 24-70mm f/2.8 EX DG macro, Kenko Polarizer Digital Pro, Canon EF 70-200mm f/4 USM L IS, B+W MRC Polarizer, slim, ND Fader, Manfrotto MA 055 CXPRO3 tripod, Manfrotto 701 HDV videohead, Manfrotto 700RC2 videohead, Manfrotto 808 RC4 3way-head, JJC-TM-A remote switch/timer, Cam-Slider Shot at ISO 100, 1/50, f8-22, 23.976 fps, different picture styles, edited in Adobe Premiere, graded in After Effects with Colorista (no presets used). © 2010 The IE·DNlab Project | © 2014 Carles Piles

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                  • Petra - In the City of Mysteries


                    from Joerg Niggli / Added

                    The ancient city of «Petra» is a place full of mysteries. Little is known about this symbol of Jordan and now the country's most visited tourist attraction. It was established possibly as early as 312 BC as the capital city of the Nabataeans. It's called «Petra» (meaning: stone) today, but the original name of the city is not known. The site remained unknown until 1812, when it was introduced to the Europeans by Swiss explorer Johann Ludwig Burckhardt. About the shooting: «Petra - In the City of Mysteries» is after «Amman - City in Motion» (https://vimeo.com/46847325) and «Wadi Rum - A Majestic Landscape» (https://vimeo.com/47899470) my third time lapse movies about different sites in Jordan shot and edited for the Jordan Tourism Boaord (www.visitjordan.com). Shooting took place during 3 days in July 2012. Equipment used for the «Petra» video: Canon 7D, Canon G12 and Panasonic GH2, a set of lenses, a GoPro 2 and two tripods. Rendered and edited in After Effects, Motion and Final Cut Pro X. Blur effects all added in post (no tilt-shift lenses). Music: «Rise of an Empire» of Chris Haigh, with a license of premiumbeat.com

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                    • Washington DC


                      from Randall French / Added

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                      Some clips from my most recent trip to DC. Unfortunately it was either raining or generally crappy the entire time I was there, but fun none the less. Shot using the Canon HV30. Music is 'Fix You' by Coldplay (Low Strung)

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