Cameron Michael created this awesome time-lapse in the beauty of Manhattan in New York City. The interesting perspective and slow movement of the time-lapse really adds another dimension and tells a unique story of the city that never sleeps. Cameron explains a little more in detail about the video: “This time-lapse production has been a
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This video, Titled “Terra Sacra” which is latin for sacred earth, shows off the landscape and beauty of locations we don’t get a chance to see everyday. Cinematographer and Photographer Sean F. White captured stunning images featuring beautiful remote landscapes and ancient monuments from around the globe. He then imported the RAW images into Quicktime
Matt Moses of RedSeaVisual.com, was able to capture the Annular Eclipse from his deck in San Francisco, California on May 20, 2012. An annular eclipse occurs when the Sun and Moon are exactly in line, but the size of the Moon is smaller than the Sun (source: wiki) Matt was able to take 588 images
One of the best time-lapses I’ve seen! “Finding Portland” was produced, shot and edited in 51 days for the invitation of TEDx Portland. 308,829 still images were taken from 50 locations and put into sequence to produce the time-lapse. Each second of film averaged 3.8 hours. The video was unveiled to a sell out crowd
So you want to know what to do in case you come across 96 DSLR camera’s? Richard Kendall is a commercial photographer based in London, England. He recently shot a video with the Matrix’s “Bullet Time” effect. Each camera’s shutter stays open for 30 seconds, and the result is a time-stopping mutli-angle 3d light painting.
Images ©Erik Johansson (link) Erik Johansson is a professional photographer and retoucher from Sweden based in Berlin, Germany. Erik sees the world a little differently than the rest of us and uses multiple images to portray his “impossible photography” solutions. A few key points that Erik explains in his video to create an impossible, but