Long time fan Justin -also a master hyperlapser- had a glorious 2012 and put together a compilation of the “moments that made him smile”.
Paris, City of Light doesn’t mean “the city with a lot of beautiful lights" but, rather, "the city where, during the eighteenth century, the lights of science (with the biologists like Buffon or Jussieu and with the encyclopedy writers like Diderot or d’Alembert) and the lights of philosophy (Voltaire, Rousseau, Condorcet, Montesquieu, …) have been lit.
From the film you would assume it was about Light, la femme fatale that courts Paris from dusk til dawn.
Patrik from Visual Traveling and his visual essay of Myanmar should be enough inspiration to get you out to shoot interesting places this weekend. Go do it.
Joey follows the Holy Men of India. Cale follows Joey. And soon you’ll be following Cale, once you watch “Beyond”, the resulting meta-documentary of a fantastic collaboration.
Merry Christmas from all “Around the Globe”. I’m forever grateful of the thousands of followers (almost 55K!) that keep TinyWrld going.
A great addition to our hyperlapse archive, courtesy of Stefan Kordiuk.
Love that final timelapse scene at 2’00” with our planet full of energy navigating through space.
The guys from Timedrops Media have just uploaded “Mountains Aglow”, a new video of their adventures around Mt. Baker:
The film takes place in Mt. Baker – Snoqualmie National Forest in the North Cascades of Washington. Other than the establishing shot at the beginning, all of the locations are in the National Forest Area. The central location I shot from is called Artist Point, which boasts 360 degree views of the surrounding area. From this point there are quite a few hikes you can do including to the top of Mt. Baker if you are experienced enough. So now that you have an idea of how the film came about, lets take a look. Enjoy!
A new form of meditation?
Unlike many time-lapses, this one is made by hand. All 6,148 were taken manually using a simple Sony Cybershot and a tripod. I had to stand in one place for up to 4 hours, counting to 20 in my head, and take a picture.
Unreal! I want to hug whoever did this.