Three weeks. Bali and Java. A torrent of great scenes.
A first person timelapse tour of Copenhagen.
You’ll probably remember Le Flâneur, a night walk around Paris. What if the same technique was used to document other buildings, monuments and landmarks around Europe? Well, Luke Shepard is ready to do it with his NightVision project, but he needs help.
The Lion City by Keith Loutit
I love Keith Loutit’s films. They’re just amazing and beautiful to watch. The music, as always, is brilliantly composed and really brings the video alive.
This is how time-lapse and tilt-shift films should be done. You should go and watch more of his films.
And here is another brilliant step forward for the tilt-shift technique: blurred moving horizon revealing landscape features progressively.
Vignettes of interesting aspects of living in Tokyo, compiled in a timelapse by Masaya Sugimura.
Tears of St. Lawrence by Timedrops Media goes after the evasive stellar artifacts that reign the night sky between Squamish and Whistler, in British Columbia, Canada. Not too far from Vancouver.
Circumvolution Vol. 1 by Hugo Vanmalle