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

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

3D Metal Printing

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Researchers at Harvard have come up with a way to use LASERs to anneal silver nano-particle liquid into wire that’s thinner then a human hair.  This process allow them to eject the silver liquid through a needle and have a laser solidify it instantly to print 3 dimensional wire objects.  The video above is fun … Continued

Beautiful South Africa

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Alex Nail spent 9 days hiking into The Drakensberg, a beautiful part of South Africa.  Him and some friends carried about 70lbs of camera gear, much of which I bet was the 12 batteries and solar charging system.  This video is really cool, it almost makes me want to go see that area of the world. … Continued

London Day vs. Night

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London based photographer Matel has come up with a creative way to show the passage of time in London.  Instead of a typical time-lapse with day to night transitions, he took two sets of videos shot in the same location, hours apart.  Then using hours of post processing and maliciousness alignment, he produced the above … Continued

Night Sky Sequoia

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I’m about to share two videos with you of the majestic and beauty of Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park.  These are places I didn’t get a chance to visit because of the road closures and winterness of it.   I really like the camping one where there’s not much of a night sky view, … Continued

Slow Mo 4k Fire Breathers

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Yes, this is pretty impressive.  Using a constructed ring of 48 DSLR cameras and some high speed cameras, the RED Epic, and the Panasonic GH4.  I’ve never seen fire breathers in person, but this looks cool as it is.  Freezing time and moving around is awesome.  It probably took them days of time to sync … Continued

River Cave Exploring

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Photographer Ryan Deboodt took a drone into the Tham Khoun Xe Cave in Laos.  It’s the largest river cave in the world – 400 feet tall, 650 feet wide, and alittle over 4 miles long.  It’s pretty amazing.  It’s also amazing that the western world hasn’t been exploring it until recently.  First visited in the turn … Continued

Pyramid Scan

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Researchers using the latest technologies have decided to scan the Great Pyramid of Giza, as well as the surrounding area.  According to their findings, there’s a void somewhere on the Eastern side of the pyramid.  What is it?  personally, I think it’s most likely the final confirmation that Aliens helped the ancient Egyptians build these … Continued