Existence – Michael Shainblum
Usually I try to find my own words for the things I post here. But this is so beautifully said, I need to share it:
„It’s been almost a year since I started my journey into time-lapse photography. This project has been an ongoing process for about 4 months. There was a lot of trial and error involved, and I spent many sleepless nights in many different unexpected places. Creating this film has taught me about patience, and what it really takes to achieve the shot that you dream about in your head. I realized through the process that the gear isn’t as important as the passion you put within your work.
This short video is called EXISTENCE. The video is a statement not only about time and progression, but also a statement about the world we have created for ourselves. The basis of the video contrasts the two extremes of life itself: the urban metropolis, and the beauty outside the city. I love to stargaze. Watching the milky-way float across the sky is one of the most therapeutic experiences I have ever felt. If you haven’t experienced it, then I strongly recommend taking the time to do so.
Thank you Michael Shainblum.
Google Streetview Hyperlapse – Teehan+Lax Labs
For all of you who love to fly around in space – virtually: here is google street view hyperlapse. A programm that allows you to caputre a hyperlapse video out of the Google street view 360° panoramic footage. Amazing results in this video!
Just click here to make your own hyperlapse
Baja California Timelapse – Mike Flores
Three years ago I saw this video the first time. It made me shiver. The quality of the shots and the mystic-dynamic soundtrack still amaze me.
…these beautiful moonrises…..
Coachelletta – Sam O’hare
This seems to be a very nice festival. Find the stickman in this tilt-shift-video.
Within Two Worlds – Goldpaint Photography
In the end, all of us and everything we know is the same. What are we here for? If you ever feel desperate and life feels hard to live… look up to the stars and imagine what a miracle it is that we even exist. And in the end, all of us and everything we know will be the same again.
Kino Citius aka SPACER
Please. Take a minute and enjoy this piece of art here.
Guy Roland shows with „Kino Citius“ his very own style of taking a series of frames. The repetetive forms of architecture display the „will-to-order“ of humankind. His technique breathes life into the rails and piles and buildings – it shows the independent existence of human artifacts.
By the way…. „spacer“ is a great term. We thought about the term „spacelapse“ for what we do. Love the music and the moon in the end.
It makes us happy to see how similar feelings about timelapses are.
Dan Eckert was the first using the term „hyperlapse“ in the title of the video „Hyper-Lapse“. The video shows the view from a railroad track near the border California/Nevada. Dan Eckert used a motorized Meade telescope head to realize the pans but leaving the track he also walked his tripod. Nice clouds in there, vast landscapes to lose oneself in.