I read something very insightful today about our obsession with time. Time-lapsers are magicians capable of manipulating time. Every scene may have taken several hours to shoot yet you are capable of experiencing the whole thing in just a few seconds. By my account you should get younger every time you watch another timelapse.
Ah! Madrid como te extraño!
You just don’t see these exaggerated Tilt Shifts as often anymore.
Vivid 2012 time lapse (by Ian Waldie)
Can we please bring this type of art installation to every city in the world? Please.
The first couple of scenes are so brilliant they could’ve been rendered as part of a HD version of The Sims.
If you are in New York, go outside for a stroll around 8pm and snap a time lapse of Manhattanhenge. Your best bet will be to view it from any one of the following streets: 14th, 23rd, 34th, 42nd and 57th (thanks hipmunk)
What? you missed the half Sun on the NYC grid yesterday ? You still have a chance today.
Terra Sacra Time Lapses by Sean F. White
Six years, seven continents, and 24 countries went into the making of this awe-inspiring time-lapse dedicated to our sacred earth. Perhaps it goes without saying, but you’re going to want to watch this one in full screen.
You’ll discover a few places that you will WANT to visit, so once you’re done watching the video go check the full list of locations.
Timelapses like this one are the *new* steadycam. More!
How great was the long weekend? In particular if you were in San Francisco for the 75th birthday of the Golden Gate?