Boston Layer-Lapse by Julian Tryba
Traditional time-lapses are constrained by the idea that there is a single universal clock. In the spirit of Einstein’s relativity theory, layer-lapses assign distinct clocks to any number of objects or regions in a scene. Each of these clocks may start at any point in time, and tick at any rate. The result is a visual time dilation effect known as layer-lapse.
I moderate a channel call Urban-Lapse on Vimeo and i curate a tumble log by the same name, and because of that I have watched hundreds of time-lapse videos of cities around the world to date. Up until today, I had never seen a video that employed a layer-lapse technique to such a good effect. Brilliant! Absolutely Brilliant!
Needless to say that you’ve to watch in HD and make it fullscreen to truly appreciate the amount of work that has gone into the making of the video.
A Typical San Francisco Morning
A Typical San Francisco Morning, is a short aerial project shot by Toby Harriman during two morning flights during the beginning months of October. Everything was shot hand held out of Robinson R22 Helicopter on a Canon 6D with a Kenyon KS-4x4 Gyro. Special thanks to Marc with Vertical CFI, the amazing pilot, who made all these shots possible and kept us safe!
I’ll never get sick of watching a video like this. Everything about this video is so perfect. Great City, Great Music, and Great Shots. The San Francisco Fog adds a touch of surreality to the whole thing. I especially loved the part where they’re directly above the Transamerica pyramid.
While chasing storms in Italy, Slovenian photographer Marko Korošec captured some pretty spectacular images of red sprite lightning flashing over the central Adriatic Sea.
View more: http://bit.ly/1ndE7fi via Design You Trust
This picture is out of this world. WOW! What a Shot!
The winners of the Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2014 has been announced. Check them out!
‘Moments In Asia’, A Trip to 11 Different Cities Beautifully Shot on an iPhone
WOW! Videos like these will be even better if they were to be shot on an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6+.
Time Slice by Richard Silver
Time Slice is an ongoing series of photographs by Richard Silver that explores how iconic buildings and monuments change in appearance over the course of a day. Silver shoots some 36 photos at intervals over several hours and then layers them into a final composition.
Discover the city of love through a legendary camera, the Pentax 67.
I’m at a loss for words. This is so well done. Creativity at its best.
Breathtaking Aerial Landscapes of Iceland
While on a recent trip to Iceland, photographer Sarah Martinet had the opportunity to shoot these amazing landscapes from a plane with open windows. You can see much more of her work (as well as more from this trip) on 500px and Facebook.
These pictures are just surreal. It is like somebody painted these landscapes from up above.
A rare glimpse of North Korea in astounding timelapse. We can only imagine the hoops they had to jump through to shoot this.
This video may bust a few stereotypes.