If we live in an urban jungle, it’s easy to forget a healthy wonders of a world.
Fear not, for we have scoured a Internet to benefaction timelapse videos that truly prominence Earth for what she is: a majestic, monumental and pleasing home.
Will these videos make we wish to quit your pursuit to travel? To pierce to a place where we can see a stars? To find your middle explorer? We wish so.
Kick behind and go by a videos next during your leisure. You can make them fullscreen for a full effect, and spin on HD where available. It’s value it.
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Kien Lam backpacked a universe in a year. To ready for a journey, a photographer brought alongside a Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF-1, several wide-angle lenses and a groundless tripod. He amassed some-more than 10,000 timelapse shots during a 343 days he trafficked to 17 countries on 5 continents. The finish product is this extraordinary five-minute video.
Two words: Dynamic Perception. The company’s motion-controlled barrow helps renovate good footage into cinema. Using Canon L array and Zeiss CP.2 lenses on a Canon 5D Mark II, Sheldon Neill and Colin Delehanty, who became friends by Vimeo, shot via a 1,200 block miles of Yosemite National Park over 19 days. Yosemite HD was a company’s foray into timelapse photography — not bad, if we don’t contend so ourselves.
Another Yosemite video? It’s an moving place — what can we say? Shawn Reeder considers “Yosemite Range of Light” a lean of his best work. Reeder initial visited Yosemite when he was 18 and won a outing to revisit a inhabitant park. It was there that his mindfulness with photography also began. The video, that expands Yosemite, a High Sierra and Eastern Sierra, is a work of dual years of shooting.
The above is a trailer for Tom Lowe’s film Timescapes. Lowe — who Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Vincent Laforet calls “master of a skies and stars” — used Kessler suit control cranes and dollies; RED Epic and Canon camera; and lenses from Canon, RED, Leica and others. Considered a mural of a American Southwest, Timescapes was also prisoner and edited on 4K, that is 4 times a fortitude of full HD (1080p).
Have we ever wanted to transport to Iceland? After examination this timelapse film of a Icelandic Midnight Sun, it’ll make your bucket list. During a summer months, Iceland practice a “midnight sun,” a materialisation where a object never entirely sets. A Dynamic Perception barrow and Kessler derrick were used along with a Canon 7D and dual Canon 5D Mark II cameras. “Iceland is a landscape photographers bliss and playground, and should be array 1 on each photographers contingency revisit list,” a Vimeo page reads. We agree.
Dustin Farrell‘s “Landscapes” is a three-part array featuring a landscape of Arizona (his home state) and Utah. Darrell pronounced he hoped a motion-controlled night timelapse would benefaction a new approach to see informed American landmarks. He shot a video on a Canon 5D Mark II (notice a trend?) along with a Stage Zero Dolly by Dynamic Perception and a CamTram barrow to control a pivot motion.
In further to beautiful imagery of South Dakota’s land and skies, Temporal Distortion by Randy Halverson also facilities a Battlestar Galatica-esque soundtrack. That’s since of a strange measure by Bear McCreary, of Eureka, Walking Dead and, yes, Battlestar fame. Halverson shot thousands of 20- to 30-second exposures that also give a fantastic perspective of a Milky Way and Northern Lights.
Ryan Killackey spent a year sharpened and modifying A Day in California, a timelapse that showed a side of Southern California by a singular vantage: lean shift. Then a premed student, he shot locations he remembered from flourishing adult in a Los Angeles suburb. “Interesting fact: My mother was scarcely bit by a boa-constrictor as we was indeed photographing a initial rapids scene,” he told a Huffington Post.
Armed with a Lumix camera, Gorillapod and dual wide-angle lenses, Joerg Daiber prisoner Bangkok, Phuket and Tonsai — all cities in Thailand — in lean shift. Given how pell-mell these cities can be, a Bach backdrop evokes a certain calmness you’d be tough pulpy to find in such bustling locales.
We began with a debate of a world’s landmarks; now we’ll finish with a unconditional perspective of Earth from a International Space Station. The timelapse sequences were taken from Aug to Oct in 2011 during an altitude of about 350 km. From a a Northern lights to thunderstorms overhead, this video gives one of a grandest views of a poetic home.
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