Timelapse Inspiration #30

Post-Apocalyptic Cover Illustration | Timelapse

Time Lapse video showing the process of creating a cover illustration for Xabiroi Comic Book Magazine.


Music : God is an Astronaut // Music recording belongs to Rumblefish.

The Beauty of Northeast Wyoming

Please note that none of the clips in this video are HDR. All footage was shot between April 1st and May 20th, 2011 in various locations around Northeastern Wyoming. A few of the locations are Devil’s Tower, Guernsey State Park, and Glendo State Park.

Music : Akira Yamaoka – Please Love Me … Once More (Silent Hill 3 Soundtrack)

Wild Wyoming, A Summer of Sunsets & Dark Skies

This is a collection of timelapse pieces that I shot between late June and early August, 2011, in Eastern Wyoming, and Western Nebraska. All sequences were shot on the 5D Mark II, in RAW format. The lens used, in all but two shots, was a 24mm f/1.4L II, which I rented from Borrowlenses.com. The other two were shot on my 16-35mm f/2.8L II. Motion control for the timelapse shots were provided by the excellent Dynamic Perception Stage-Zero Dolly. I have to say, shooting this piece was one of the best experiences that I have had in my life. Travelling 1000 miles from home to spend the summer trying to capture all of the beauty around me was amazing. I finally had the chance to truly see what the night sky was supposed to look like, and it left me breathless. During many moments in the video, you can see plenty of shooting stars, along with a few satellites, and a plane here and there.

Music : Clint Mansell – Death is the Road to Awe (The Fountain, soundtrack)

Eric Hines

Night Sky

This is a compilation of nighttime timelapses I have shot over the past year in California, New York, and Connecticut. It was shot using a Nikon D80, Nikon D7000, Sigma 15mm f/2.8 fisheye, and Tokina 11-16mm.

Nathaniel Child

Music : John Stanford

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