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.
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.
Austrian filmmakers Thomas Pöcksteiner and Peter Jablonowski created a remarkable HyperZoom time lapse video, titled “A Taste of Vienna” The video takes you on a journey around the historic sites of the beautiful city of Vienna. 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.
On December 3, 2015, Photographer Marco Restivo, 29, captured an incredible time-lapse video of Mount Etna, Europe’s tallest active volcano spitting fire and sending plumes of smoke into the air. This is the first eruption to reach the surface of Etna’s Voragine crater in two years. Marco used photo editing software to overlap five images to create one… Continue reading Spectacular Timelapse of Mount Etna Eruption
Photographer Geoff Thomkinson created a video of the beautiful historic town of Hallstatt, Austria. The video is part of a new continuous time-lapse technique called HyperZoom, shot over a period of two days. The result is an amazing journey passing through buildings to emerge in different parts of the Austrian town. via: Gizmodo
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.
Photographer Julian Tryba and Michael Sutton have been working on a new time-lapse technique called “layer-lapse.” By showing different regions of a scene at different points in time, a layer lapse takes us through a trippy, psychedelic visual ride. In the video below, both photographer have traveled through Utah, Arizona, Nevada, and California to capture… Continue reading Timeless Dreams