This is a very good one from China. Love the music.
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.
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!
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.
This is the video the hype about „hyperlapse“ started with. Enthusiastic work and deep passion made this happen.
It is this special feeling for time and space hyperlapse is all about. This is what we love. Not only in showing, but also in expieriencing.
Imagine the process of taking the shots for a video like this. Walking through space, slowly changing position and view, literally focused all the time.
Time passes by – inconsiderably, as you create something. Break free from time pressure.
Shooting a hyperlapse means getting to a state of mind that is free of anxiety – for us, taking a hyperlapse is meditation.
Hope you can find something of this in the video. Slow down and enjoy the flight.