Moscow Hyperlapse – Sasha Aleksandrov
One more by Sasha Aleksandrov. This is accurately done! And these incredibly long walks! Even Shahab Gabriel Behzumi, who is most preserving, shares my deep respect for those shots.
Keep on pushing limits.
Magnitka ver. 4.5 operator reel – Sasha Aleksandrov
When Shahab made up my interest in hyperlapse several years ago, I came across Sasha Aleksandrov. His video Magnitika was what I expected hyperlapse to be. A mystic or even transcendental art that makes us think about time and space, chances and danger of human producing. For me, this comes closest to the Qatsi-Trilogy by Godfrey Reggio – films that we probably all have seen.
Thank you Sasha for sharing your videos – and your view – with us.
inter states – Samuel Cockedey
Have you ever been in a megacity and got sick of it? This video shows rapid speed, the never-ceasing neon light and the timepressure of a modern city.
Black Blue White – Hakuba-Timelapse
Piano music + snow-white landscapes + passing time = tranqulility
I wonder why there are not many more calming timelapses like this.
Shibuya Hikarie – Darwinfish105
Here’s a delicate one from Japan.
Kuala Lumpur DAY-NIGHT – Rob Whitworth
Trip to Malaysia? Here it comes!
This is a very good one from China. Love the music.
Here is something that blew our mind. We always wanted the opportunity to see crystals grow. Nick Lariontsev definitly loves the small worlds within our world.
This video will take you away into a magic world unvisible for the naked eye.
For these shots a device called Burbulyator („LT BBR-2010″) was built. Great work!