Archive for the ‘Timelapse’ Category
This time-lapse was inspired by the “Empty America Series” by Ross Ching and the Nibiran jungle scene in Star Trek Into Darkness • Film made by Bruce Wayne Berry Jr.
Music: “To The Hills” composed & performed by Ben Lukas Boysen.
The first half of a film by Jeff Frost • 150,000 photographs in the making combining time lapse footage of riots and optical illusion paintings.
Modern Ruin is a contemplation of the idea that creation and destruction is the same thing (this half of the film focuses on destruction). The white hole from which our universe sprang, and the blackness into which it may disappear testify to as much, yet these bookends of existence are inadequate to address everything in between.
“Mirror City is a visual story through some of the great American cities: Chicago, San Francisco, San Diego, Las Vegas and Los Angeles. These clips were all processed from their original form, into the kaleidoscopic visuals that you see in this video. Many people visit these large cities every day, and all of these places have been shot and filmed, but I wanted to emulate these urban landscapes in a way that nobody has even seen before.
The video starts off with simple mirrors and recognizable architecture, as the video progresses, so does the visual stimulation, showing the real abstraction of the piece.”
Directed, Filmed & Edited: Michael Shainblum // Music: Bassnectar – Butterfly (Ft. Mimi Page).
• “Flat Earth” Time Lapse Volume Twelve created by Bryce Wymer: I was told there would be cake.
Media: Graphite, Water Color, Gouache, Gel Pens, and India Ink on Acid Free Moleskin.
• “Flat Earth” Time Lapse Volume Eleven created by Bryce Wymer: Cakes without cases.
Media: Graphite, Water Color, Gouache, Collage, and Pigment Ink on Acid Free Moleskin.
Direction, Cinematography & Editing by Dave Kaufman.
A mix of some shots of a painting in progress with time lapse photography.
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“Discover the close up landscape of absorption. Observe the magical view point up close and personal to something perhaps ignored in everyday life. A view that uses my own handheld camera movements combined with timelapse footage of pills and tablets taking on red food dye. All the photography was taken with macro extension tubes and a 50mm prime on a crop sensor.”
A film by Towering Pictures // Filmed, edited & conceived by Peter Waiting // Music: Wax by OG.
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