11 Jahre Timelapse zeigt den Bau des One World Trade Centers

Watch as One World Trade Center Rises in an 11-Year-Long Timelapse

Earthcam hat hunderttausende hochauflösende Bilder, die 11 Jahre dokumentieren zu einem Timelapse zusammengeklöppelt. Kann man sich ruhig einmal anschauen:

According to PetaPixel, all the photos and the camera that captured them have been donated to the National September 11 Memorial Museum. “Dedicating the past 13 years to providing technology to create this time-lapse is our way of honoring the victims of 9/11,” said Brian Cury, EarthCam CEO & Founder. EarthCam is a company that gathers content from webcams all over the world. “I hope it serves as a way to recognize that for the 10 years of construction, there was constant progress made to rebuild these important 16 acres of America.”

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Portrait of Lotte

Portrait of Lotte

Ich tue mich schon schwer die App 1 Second Everyday regelmäßig zu bestücken. Dieser Vater hat jede Woche ein kleines Video seiner Tochter gefilmt und nach 14 Jahren zu einem Zeitraffer Video zusammengeschnitten.

Sie scheint gerne und viel zu reden.

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Modern Ruin: Black Hole (Timelapse vom Allerfeinsten!)

Jeff Frost hat einfach mal 150.000 Fotos aufgenommen und daraus einen Timelapse-Film gezaubert. Manche kennen seine Arbeit Flawed Symmetry of Prediction aus dem letzten Jahr. Damals hat er mit 40.000 Fotos schon Beeindruckendes geschaffen.

Jetzt hat er nachgelegt und geht noch einen Schritt weiter:

This is the first half of a film I have been working on for over a year and a half. It’s 150,000 photographs in the making (and counting). I am releasing it along with a Kickstarter campaign designed to fund the second half. If you’d like to see more from where this film came from you can view the video I created for the Kickstarter campaign. It features several exclusive time lapse clips that preview the second half of the film (I’ll leave it up to you to figure out which ones they are).
Modern Ruin is a contemplation of the idea that creation and destruction is the same thing (this half of the film focuses on destruction). The white hole from which our universe sprang, and the blackness into which it may disappear testify to as much, yet these bookends of existence are inadequate to address everything in between. For a better sense of what it is to exist we must speak to atoms, trees, whole collections of worlds, and of course, womankind*.

Auf Kickstarter kann man sich mehr Informationen dazu und zu der zweiten Hälfte des Films holen, den er mit Crowdfunding finanzieren möchte.

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7D 2000 fps

7D 2000 fps from Oton Bačar on Vimeo.

Und damit ich nicht vergesse, was ich mir für das neue Jahr vornehme/zusammenspare, notiere ich es mir einfach:

Second and final slow motion test…It was filmed months ago. Editing is rough because I don’t have time to work on details.

Edited with Twixtor in After Effects.
Rain was made with Trapcode Particular 2 in AE
Lens used: Canon EFS 18-135 mm
Shutter speed: unknown

Music: „Seagull“
Composer: Niklas Aman, STIM
Publisher: Brusbox Music STIM

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