Astro Core

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Having gotten more into the art of time-lapse, I’ve discovered that adding motion to them makes them that much better.  However, manually panning and tilting a tripod head is difficult and often gives poor results.  There are tons of dedicated motion controls out there.  However, I never really thought about how they are actually supposed … Continued

Alaskan Time-Lapse

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You all should know that I’m a huge fan of time-lapses.  Well, on my trip to Alaska, I took quite a few of them, instead of making you watch each one individually, I put them all together in this short two minute video, and I included some sweet music to listen to it at the … Continued

The Tetons in 8K

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As the 8th entry into the More Than Just Parks series, Will Pattiz and Jim Pattiz went to Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.  For those of you unfamiliar with this series, they plan to visit all 59 National Parks and produce more of the awesome video footage you see above.  Having been to Grand Teton … Continued

Chicago -> Alaska

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redditor AKStafford  decided to take a video of his drive from Chicago Illinois to Anchorage Alaska.  Yes, it’s a 3,500 mile drive.  Don’t worry it’s sped up 125x.  According to the description, it was taken across the course of 6 days. You might remember a few years ago I drove from Chicago Illinois to Rapid … Continued

1,000,000 mile Year long Earth Timelapse

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Last year NASA launched it’s Deep Space Climate Observatory satellite with an EPIC camera on board.  It’s stayed on the Lagrange 1 point, 1,000,000 miles from the earth towards the sun.  Lagrange points are interesting aspects of space, I’ll let you learn about it on your own time.  Taking a photo every 2 hours for … Continued

Sewer Time-Lapse

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Today I bring you a different type of time-lapse, one of the sewers under Manchester England. CJ over at substormflow explores the old culverts and sewers beneath this city and documented them over 9 months collecting 5,000 photos which he’s combined into the above time-lapse.  Now, honestly, I wouldn’t call these sewers, they look more … Continued

10 Minutes of Fireworks

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Last week The 4th of July, naturally, there was many different fireworks displays in the country.  Most people see one, maybe two, usually on different nights.  Well, Evan Halleck and Andrew Harless decided to hike up to an overlook in Griffith Park called Wisdom Tree that overlooks Los Angeles.  Together, they set up cameras to … Continued

12k Time-Lapse of LA

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This 12k time-lapse video is scary impressive.  Monster levels of zoom are possible from the 100MP images that each frame of the video below is made of.  Seriously, what used to take complicated setups of rails and dollies now only needs this one 100MP medium format camera and some creativity in directing.  I’m sure combining … Continued

1,000,000 Photo Time-Lapse

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Over the course of 3 years, photographer Ken Loutit took 1,000,000 photographs of Singapore.  You can see the different scenes and scenery in the shots as he re-visited places to get shots of construction progress.  If the 1 million photos wasn’t impressive enough, know that the above time-lapse used only about a quarter of those, and … Continued

Patience Timelapse

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This 4K Time-lapse called Patience is beautiful.  I’ve made a few time-lapses before, but they were only night-sky ones so they didn’t involve too much editing, or camera movement, or any of the HDR that the above shows.  I appreciate the effort that goes into making one, especially with all the music lined up perfectly … Continued