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San Vicente de la Barquera, Spain.

"Now You See Me, Now You Don't" kind of situation...

detail of driftwood and water

Here is a quick time lapse I did up at Schweitzer Mountain Resort in SandPoint Idaho over the weekend.


It's far from perfect but there is a good chance that I was buzzed pretty good when I took it.


Happy Monday ;-)

Timelapse photo of the Liberty Bridge. Budapest, Hungary


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Timelapse photo of the Hungarian Parliament. Budapest, Hungary


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Timelapse photo of the Chain Bridge. Budapest, Hungary


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Timelapse photo of the Hungarian Parliament. Budapest, Hungary


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Frame from timelapse a few nights ago. 5D Mark II Canon 16-35 30 second, ISO 6400 F2.8

This is a screen grab from a timelapse i released today


When I started timelapse photography a year ago I thought it would be something I could just jump right into and master, as I've been taking stills for nearly a decade now. But I was quickly humbled by the medium as I struggled to put together worthwhile footage after repeated early attempts. This, I realized, was a whole other animal.


Over and above all the technical challenges — motion control gear, constantly changing light, aperture flicker — shooting a timelapse forces you to look inside: after setting up your shot, there’s often not much you can do for hours, but sit up there and ponder while the camera does it's thing. The relationship between the cold glass, steel and concrete below coupled with the often majestic clouds, sky and sun/moon never ceases to be a source of wonder. And so the purpose of what you’re doing becomes a frequent question in your mind.


With City Rising I wanted to bring others up to this perspective, and from here, show them the city as they have never seen it before — where the boundary between earth and sky is unclear and the placid beauty of the city lays spread out below, quietly humming along. City Rising takes the viewer straight through rush hour traffic to the highest urban peaks and the clouds above it all, all in under four minutes.


Used a slightly longer shutter to show the water motion over time, but not so much as to obscure the rolling wave



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Timelapse realizado la noche de las "Lágrimas de San Lorenzo" o Perseidas el 12 de agosto de 2012.

170 fotografías tomadas con una Canon 5D MarkII + 24-70L con f2.8 de apertura, ISO 1600 y 30 segundos de exposición por instantánea.

A few minutes after this shot the entire setup got washed away by a rogue wave :-/

Trying out timelapse photography on the fireworks tonight. All went well before the fireworks started by setting the camera to shutter priority, as soon as fireworks started however different aperture compensation has made some images way darker than the other ones - that's what's causing the flickering. Will try the manual mode next time to see if I can get better results, stay tuned!


Soundtrack: "Capture the Flag - by Broken Social Scene"

Star timelapse taken in Baie Comeau.

Canon 60D with a 8mm Rokinnon lens

Time Lapse of the Milky Way. This was my first attempt at time lapse, so there is room for improvement.

One frame of the timelapse i got ... comming soon



And now for something different:

I just climbed to Roy's peak and during the downhill I needed a rest, and I was so amazed by the beauty of the surroundings and the moving clouds, I decided to make a timelapse



Wanaka, New Zealand

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Technical stuff:

81 images merged to a video using the Slideshow option in Lightroom 3. First edited first picture: boosted contrast, clarity, vibrance and sharpening, added graduated filter on the sky of 0,6 stops on the sky. Copied the adjustments and pasted them on the 80 remaining pictures



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23 avril 2016 Weyersheim - Alsace

Making-of Images of the TimeLapse Movie "The Island" about the wonderful nature and starry skies of La Palma, Canary Islands.

Clipped a bit and sped up 6% to fit Flickr's 90-second restriction.


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First attempt at stringing some timelapses together. Nikon D90 with Yongnuo intervalometer from Ebay; assembled with Lightroom and Premier Pro.


Music: "The Son of Flynn" from Daft Punk's Tron Legacy soundtrack.


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My friend taking a timelapse at Leacainn trig point.

Macquarie Chair | Sydney | March 2013


A little project I'm working on.

Trafalger Square, London. More than 200 photographs make up this joiner. I went back and shot them over a period of 5 days. The wardens are the same two people throughout, but there are other examples of people appearing more than once.


The original size of this print is about 9'x5'. to see a larger version (though not full size) Click here

Time lapse of the Emerge Movement mural

Timelapse photo of the Elizabeth Bridge. Budapest, Hungary


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Timelaspe I shot at McWay Falls. I sneaked out of making wedding favors for my sister's wedding to shoot this. It all worked out ok, though, as she did not hire her photographer to come in to work until the actual ceremony, and I ended up shooting her "getting ready" pics. I guess I made up for my absence the night before that way.

frame from timelapse that will be online June 3rd

Timelapse, 40~fotos, 20 minutos. Apesar de ter aprendido a pouco tempo, usando light blend, terminei criando um jeito meu pra fazer :)

Last month I began experimenting with time lapse photography after seeing Simon Christen's Unseen Sea.


This is the Oakland Bay Bridge, taken in September. I made a lot of mistakes that night, and learned a lot of interesting things. Among them, don't get lazy and take one frame every ten seconds. That's not enough. A good rule of thumb is to shoot continuously. Even if it's one frame every few seconds. If it turns out you've taken too many shots, you can always delete some later in order to speed up the video playback speed.

This is a time lapse taken at Chesterton Windmill in the heart of the Warwickshire countryside, just off the ancient roman road the Fosse Way, the shows the last hour and a quarter of the day and the sun setting, to generate that wonderful golden hour tones


Youtube version


Music: STRFKR - Rawnald Gregory Erickson The Second


Real duration: 48 minutes

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