Like so much in Berlin, every place tells its rich history.
Enjoy this Timelapse. This part is the fifth fragment of something great…
Please watch vimeo.com/78975212, vimeo.com/79913313, vimeo.com/78724455 and vimeo.com/77875391 too.
The Anhalter railway station consists only of ruins. The time of pure terminal stations is over. Enjoy a view to the Reichstag and other parliamentary buildings from the Spree river. The pretty Oberbaumbrucke the middle of Berlin, formerly a toll station. The construction site for the Humboldt Forum. Here’s was the city palace of the Prussian kings and later the Palace of the Republic in the GDR. In the background the TV tower is seen. As well as the Berlin Cathedral. The Reichstag, residence of the German Parliament. One of the most famous buildings in Germany, and one of the most important. And finally, again the upper tree bridge. It links Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg.
Handmade by filmjunge. Finest stillness pictures. Secured with Canon 7D. Mastered in 4K.
Here are my specs for you: Canon EOS 7D, Tamron SP AF 17-50mm f/2.8 XR Di II LD Aspherical [IF] lens. There are pure RAW frames, each with 5184 x 3456 edited with love and Apeture as well as Final Cut Pro X to ProRes (LT) format for my master film and PCM for two audio tracks. Because the resolution of the images is very high, I edit my timelapse movies Exclusively in 2160p, so Ultra HD. I try my best possibleness, but do it as a hobby on the side!
By: Barry Armstead
Construction photographs and footage of ASIGN Observatory II, from
foundations to finished project and imagery coming out of the telescope.
If you live in Australia, please share this with anyone you might know in the education department, ESPECIALLY those higher up who can see the vision of ASIGN Observatory II and put it to good use for their students.
By: Andrew Walker
This timelapse video is a collection of footage shot over the last year and a half around the western half of the United States. The shots ranged from very different locations. From Montana to Arizona and most weren’t easy to get to but of course that makes them worth going to. The locations captured ranged in temps of 100 degrees to -9 degrees and in elevations of 12,000 feet to 225 feet below sea level. It took over 15,000 captured still images to make this video.
I would like to thank the companies that provided motion control equipment.
The TB3 eMotimo that I used along with the Dynamic Perception Stage Zero was a huge help in getting some of these shots.
Music: “Journey to the Line” Artist: Hans Zimmer
There will be a follow up video to this one that will cover the urban aspect.
By: Richard Gottardo
A day before a large arctic air mass was set to move across the Rockies dumping a ton of snow across southern Alberta, conditions were prime for some heavy fog in the mountains. I set out on a trip to Jasper National Park that ended up lasting two days and covering over 1000km to witness the awesome sight of the Rockies shrouded in fog. The end result was over 3300 photos shot over 18 hours put together into this timelapse.
For more photos: http://www.richardgottardo.com/gallery-category/personal/
By: Ronen V
This summer, 24-year old Seanna Sharpe did an illegal acrobatics show 285 feet up the Williamsburg bridge (11 stories over rush hour train traffic) hanging from the double-silk cloud swing she invented.
If you enjoy this video, please consider sharing it (http://ronenv.com/seanna)
You can also send us an email: [bridgevideo at actioners dot net]
Music is by composer Michael Giacchino (http://amzn.to/sd9C5p)
By: Michael Heiland
Hello, I am a high school filmmaker and this is my six month long project of Phoenix, AZ. I began this project back in May, however the majority of the clips you will see are only from the past 3 months. I have been on most mountain tops and trails in the greater Phoenix area to get these angles. By taking on this project I have learned the ins and outs of time lapse and can’t wait to get out there to start my next project on Arizona, stay tuned. Hope you enjoy the video!
** FOR BEST QUALITY, MAKE SURE HD IS ON, FULLSCREEN, AND YOUR SPEAKERS ARE UP **
For licensing video and such email me directly at email@example.com
For those of you wondering “What camera did you use!?” It was shot on entry level canon dslr’s (even a mirror less). Nothing fancy, what makes the video pop out is that motion control.
Media Coverage: AZCentral interview: (http://www.azcentral.com/thingstodo/arts/articles/20131125valley-brophy-high-school-timelapse.html?nclick_check=1)
Fox 10 TV interview: (http://www.myfoxphoenix.com/story/23952404/2013/11/13/high-school-senior-creates-stunning-time-lapse-videos-of-the-valley)
Special thanks to eMotimo (http://emotimo.com/) and Dynamic Percpetion (http://www.dynamicperception.com/) for the awesome gear. I would not have been able to create this video without them.
Song is “Friend” by Blackmill. If you liked this song I highly recommend you check his other stuff out. (https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/blackmill/id423339214)))))()