Colombia - 2012 On my second holiday to this stunning country I decided to do the fatal thing and take my camera along with me. I thought about shooting a timelapse shot or two… I ended up filming on average 2 shots per day over the course of 4 weeks
What better way to travel than commit a good hour or two to every location you like.
Within Two Worlds depicts an alternate perspective by giving us the illusion of times movement, signifying a beginning and end within a world of constant contradiction. It appears you are traveling in the midst of a dream, half-sleeping, half-waking, and touching the arch connecting heaven and earth.
This roadtrip account may seem a little chaotic and unstructured, but then again, isn´t every roadtrip just like that? Full of unexpected moments that don´t fit our plans and opportunities for detours that we dare not waste.
The Seventh Movement team was on hand at the Championships to capture the historic tennis tourney in full time-lapse and tilt-shift glory. The grass, the inclimate weather and the cheering crowds that make up Wimbledon Championships have never looked this good.
Please tell me someone is producing a tilt-shift of the Olympics. It feels way more civilized to watch them like this, instead of enduring the endless hours of live-product-sponsored-coverage.
This time-lapse of New York City is like a symphony. At times you’ll be watching multiple tracks that mix in your brain perfectly to create a great experience. I wish more photographers would dare to go this far with their time lapses.
I can never tire of watching the surreal urban landscapes that Dubai keeps producing. In his latest timelapse Richard Bentley has managed to capture a bright city that is even more fascinating at night.