Tag Archives: Time-lapse

Art Time-lapse Travel Video

Paris in the rain – [TIME-LAPSE]

A beautiful collection of clips shot by UK photographer Hal Bergman in Paris during January 2014.

Music: “Wreck Beach by Sean Bayntun“.

(h/t broadsheet)

Time-lapse Travel Video

A Tour Through Pyongyang – [TIME-LAPSE]

Rob Whitworth’s short film provides a fascinating insight into the sights and sounds of the North Korean Capital, Pyongyang.

(h/t mashable)

Art Time-lapse Travel

Beautiful PARIS – [TIME-LAPSE]

Paul Richardson’s majestic time-lapse of Paris – created from over 4000 images – showcases it’s vibrancy and energy, like nothing I’ve seen before. Truly beautiful.

Art Europe Time-lapse Travel Video

Barcelona in ‘flow-motion’ – [VIDEO]

Rob Whitworth’s dizzying ‘flow-motion’ tour around Barcelona.

(h/t thehighdefinite)

Art Time-lapse Time-lapse Visualisations Video Visualizations

A Typical Day in the North Atlantic Skies – [TIME-LAPSE]

The UK air traffic control firm (NATS) have crunched their data on transatlantic flights to produce a stunning visualisation of the “North Atlantic Skies”. The animation covers a typical summer’s day in 2013.

Some statistics from NATS blog post:

  • On a typical July day there are around 30,000 flights across European airspace
  • Approximately a quarter fly within UK controlled airspace
  • The total distance flown by these aircraft is 25 million nautical miles. That’s 998 times around the Earth, or 104 trips to the Moon
  • On 21 June, 5,675 aircraft departed or arrived from UK airports, of which 2,295 departed from or arrived at Gatwick (894) or Heathrow (1,401)
  • 1,532 were overflights
  • The video is 1440x faster than real time

(h/t boingboing)

Time-lapse Video

9/11 Memorial Museum Tribute 2004-2014 – [TIME-LAPSE]

Spanning 10 years this EarthCam time-lapse videos shows the construction of the US National 9/11 Memorial Museum in New York.

From Brian Cury (CEO of EarthCam):

A super hardworking team at EarthCam, who I am so proud to work with, spent countless hours keeping the many webcams at the World Trade Center active for 4,617 days… and counting. This unprecedented effort provided our in-house editors with over 1 million images to choose from when creating this two-and-a-half minute video, as well as our other commemorative World Trade Center movies.

(h/t broadsheet)

Time-lapse Travel Video

360 degree bike journey – [TIME-LAPSE]

German photographer Jonas Ginter creates a beautiful 360-degree spherical panorama timelapse of his bike journey, using 6 GoPro cameras and a 3D-printed mount.

(h/t explore.noodle.org)

Art Time-lapse Video

Creating “The Kelpies” – [TIME-LAPSE]

Filmaker Walid Salhab presents a unique timelapse short film “The Kelpies” featuring footage captured within a live construction site. It covers the creation of a 30m tall stainless steel horse heads at The Helix in Scotland. The sculpture, created by artist Andy Scott, officially to the public next week.

The Kelpies from The Helix on Vimeo.

The film was created

from over 60 days of stop-motion filming across 7 months, and tracking construction through to completion, this film uses over 12,000 individual photos, none of which have been edited or manipulated beyond settings inside the camera. Walid captured 120,000 individual images to create this seven minute masterpiece.

Music: ‘The Kelpies’ by Iglomat.

Earth Time-lapse Video

28 Years of Earth from Space – [TIMEPLASE]

This extraordinary timelapse from Google Earth Engine showcases the impact of human activity on the planet over the past 28 years. Highlights include a glacier shrinking, the expansion of a major US city and the deforestation of a rainforest.

(h/t broadsheet)

Sport Time-lapse Video

Camp Nou during FC Barcelona v Real Madrid – [TIME-LAPSE]

A beautful timelapse of the Camp Nou stadium during the recent El Clasico between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid. The video captures the reaction of the 99,000+ audience during the 2-0 Barcelona win.