Seven minutes. It’s not often we run across a time-lapse that lasts seven minutes, and even less often we actually watch the whole thing, slack-jawed, from start to finish. That, however, is what happened with photographer Roy Two Thousand‘s most recent creation: Lake of Dreams. Read more…
Posts Tagged ‘timelapse’
When we finally build a warp drive (or, you know, whenever the aliens see fit to give us one), this time-lapse is what we imagine a warp-speed airport would look like in real-time. Planes blasting away to our outposts in Andromeda, leaving long streaks of light in their wake.
But until then, we’ll just have to be content with this beautiful time-lapse in which Milton Tan gives us an incredibly close look at the comings and goings at Singapore Changi Airport… like restricted area close. Read more…
A common technique used in still astrophotography is the creation of startrails, a method by which a photographer overlays multiple long-exposure shots of the stars to create a weaving of constellations. But, as time-lapse photograph and astrophotography have merged in a fairly recent trend, a number of artists have been bringing the idea of startrails to motion-picture, creating what many refer to as ‘vortex startrails.’
If you’ve ever wondered how these motion startrails are created, Matthew Vandeputte has shared the above video – his first ever tutorial – to explain how this look can be achieved in post through the use of Lightroom, After Effects and a common astrophotography program, Startax.
We’ve never wondered what it’s like to approach a comet… just never crossed our minds. The ESA, on the other hand, spent many years wondering as the Rosetta spacecraft made its way towards the Comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko; and at the beginning of this month, they got to see it happen first-hand. Read more…
The ‘Enter Pyongyang‘ flow-motion hyperlapse by JT Singh and Rob Whitworth debuted to the public two hours ago as of this writing, and already it has over 3,500 upvotes on Reddit and almost half a million views… ON VIMEO!
But one look at the hyperlapse and you’ll understand why. Done in the same style as Whitworth’s jaw-dropping Barcelona time-lapse this is these are the kind of status quo-shattering creations that genres like time-lapse ache for. Read more…
This might be some sort of record for PetaPixel, because the longest selfie time-lapse I remember us publishing covered six and a half years of life. This one, put together by impressively dedicated YouTube user Hugo Cornellier, covers a full 7, from ages twelve to nineteen.
It’s fascinating to watch him grow up from a distinctly boyish looking 12-year-old to a much more manly 19-year-old who can (and did) grow a full beard. All of adolescence and the beginnings of adulthood packed into one minute and thirty-four seconds. Really, we have only one complaint… would it have killed him to smile just ONCE!?
Update: After looking further, we have shared longer projects. This father photographed his son for 21 years.
It’s almost no argument that astrophotography and time-lapse photography were made to be together. Gavin Heffernan, a man who certainly knows his way around both, shows us why with the amazing video you see above. Depicting the night sky over Sequoia and King’s Canyon National Parks in California, we’re treated with mother nature at its finest, the milky way making the perfect backdrop for the scenery.
Time-Lapse Captures The Mesmerizing Resurrection of a Rose of Jericho, the Plant that Comes Back from the Dead
The Rose of Jericho (Selaginella lepidophylla) is one of the most resilient plants on Earth, and a marvel to behold. A desert plant, it can survive for months or even years in the complete absence of water, curling up into a tumbleweed-like ball that looks, for all intents and purposes, dead.
Dead, that is, until you expose it to water. And rather than tell you what happens, we’ll let the bewitching time-lapse above by Sean Steininger show you. Covering the span of about 12-24 hours in all, Steininger brought the plant back to life over and over again over the course of three weeks to capture sufficient footage of its unreal transformation.