Filmmaker Keith Loutit created a stunning time-lapse video with beautiful shots of the city of Singapore. The video “The Lion City II” was shot over the course of three years using “all real photos with compositing and blending of time and geography, but no CGI elements.
Photographer Matel captured a wonderful time-lapse video of London at day time and night time, and then combined the two footage together into one split-screen that shows two very different sides of the beautiful city.
Filmmaker Tyler Fairbank created a 4K hyperlapse video with beautiful shots of the city of Paris, France. The video “Bonjour Paris” was shot over the course of two weeks last summer.
Live footage of Earth seen from the International Space Station ISS. The High Definition Earth Viewing (HDEV) experiment places HD cameras on the exterior of the space station and uses them to stream live video of Earth for viewing online. Watch the video below.
Kirill Neiezhmakov captured an incredible time-lapse video of the 63-story Address hotel in Dubai caught on fire. Firefighters battled a blaze that engulfed the luxury hotel on new years eve. The flames can be seen reaching from the ground floor right to the top of the building.
Filmmaker Rob Whitworth created a hyperlapse video for Turkish Airlines, titled “Istanbul: Flow Through the City of Tales.” The video takes you on a beautiful journey around the historic sites of Istanbul, Turkey. From the top of the Galata Tower to the famous Grand Bazaar.
Kuwaiti photographer Sarah Alsayegh has gone to extraordinary lengths to captures some of the most beautiful landscapes in world. Included in her spectacular collection are Kuwait City, Dubai’s skyline, Saudi Arabia desert, Iceland’s famous iceberg lagoon, and the beauty of the array of red sandstone formations in Arizona.
Photographer Jeff Boyce created an fascinating time-lapse video that perfectly captures the natural phenomena of the world that alters our natural systems and causes the climate change. The “Edge of Stability” is a result of 70,000 photos and nearly 32,000 kilometers (20,000 miles) of driving across 15 states. Watch the video below.