[Timelapse Inspiration] The Air Traffic

Deux magnifiques timelapse sur le décollage d’avions depuis le tarmac.

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Shot with Canon cameras, processed in Lightroom, edited in Premiere Pro

Like fireflies at night, or cars drifting over invisible roads in the sky. It’s simply amazing to see what airplanes look like when flying at night when shot at long exposures!

The Air Traffic is a personal timelapse project which I shot over a period of about 6 months. One night while shooting a timelapse of lightning going off in the sky during a storm from my living room’s window (00:18), I noticed little streaks of light moving across the frame. Living about a 10-minute drive away from the airport, the streaks of light were none other than airplanes flying to and from the airport. Then it struck me – To do a whole timelapse short film dedicated to airplanes flying at night. Some of my favorite shots were captured when I got really close to the airport’s runway where airplanes take off and land. That was where I managed to capture some pretty huge streaks of light as the airplanes got really close to ground level and ready to land. The streaks of light are long exposures of the airplanes flying, about 8-15 seconds. Most of it was shot at Changi Beach in Singapore.

Available for licensed usage, please contact me for details.

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[Watch it in HD+fullscreen with your best speakers/headphones for the best viewing experience!]

Shot in the restricted runway area of Singapore Changi Airport.

Ever wondered what it’s like in one of the busiest airports in the world? With a flight landing and taking off almost every minute during peak hours, it can get pretty insane. Shoot a timelapse of that, and you get transported to a sci-fi world with shooting stars breaking into the atmosphere. This was shot mostly in the restricted runway area of Singapore’s Changi Airport and the surrounding public areas for some scenes. I was so close to the planes that my cameras literally got shaken by the rumbles from the jet engines – Which actually produced a pretty neat effect. (See 2:13)

The guys from Changi Airport reached out to me to shoot in the restricted runway area of Changi Airport after they saw my first film from The Air Traffic series which was shot at Changi Beach. It was a thrilling experience as you don’t usually get to enter the restricted runway area, let alone shoot in it. Even after doing this the second time, I’m still amazed at the results of timelapsing airplanes flying at night.

Behind the scenes pics and more on how I shot this at: http://miltontan.com/blog/2014/08/the-air-traffic-2-timelapse-film

Credits: Soundtrack by Tim McMorris & special thanks to Melvin from Changi Airport for arranging a crew to drive us to the great locations around the airport to get the shots. And Changi Airport Group for providing the access to shoot!

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Source: This is collosal

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Timelapse Inspiration #35

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On commence avec « Barcelona GO! » un hyperlapse réalisé par le photographe Rob Whitworth lors de son passage dans la capitale catalane. Le résultat d’un dur labeur (la beauté à toujours un prix). Il lui aura fallu près de 363 heures de travail, dont 78 heures de shooting et 179 heures de post production pour 2 minutes d’intensité à vous décoller la rétine.

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In few other cities is it possible to walk from spectacular location to spectacular location. I had a fantastic time adventuring around Barcelona’s winding streets making this film. Special thanks to Ferran Macià Edo and his colleagues from Agència Catalana de Turisme (Catalan Tourism Board) for helping me get access to shoot at numerous stunning locations including: Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, Gran Teater del Liceu, Sagrada Familia, Museu D’Historia De Barcelona, Palau de la Música, Santa Maria del Pi and an extra special thanks to Marta Garriga Bardalet for patiently modelling during an uncharacteristically cold and rainy day.

My time in numbers : 363 hours work / 75 Hours Logistics and Travel / 31 Hours Scouting and Location Finding / 78 Hours Shooting / 179 Hours Post Production / 26014 Camera Raw Files & 817gb of data Kit List : Nikon D800 DSLR / Nikon D7100 DSLR / Nikon D7100 DSLR / Nikon D3200 DSLR / Nikon 10.5mm f/2.8G ED AF DX Fisheye / NIkon 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5G ED AF-S DX / Nikon 16-35 f/4G AF-S VR Zoom Nikkor / Nikon 28mm AF f/2.8D / Nikon 50mm f/1.4G AF-S / Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8G ED AF-S VR II / Promote Control

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Rob Whitworth

via Lense [hr] Et le second avec ce magnifique Timelapse sur l’Ecosse, réalisé par Nils Ruinet avec une caméra Red Epic X, au cours d’un road-trip de deux semaines.

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Il ya quelques mois, j’ai reçu ma nouvelle caméra Red Epic X. Nous avons donc décidé d’aller sur un voyage en voiture de 2 semaines autour de l’Ecosse à l’essayer. Comme le dit le dicton en Ecosse, « si vous n’aimez pas le temps, attendez 5 minutes! ». Nous avions tout de soleil à la pluie et même une grosse tempête alors que nous étions sur l‘île de Lewis & Harris. La lumière est toujours changeante et à créér plusieurs timelapses étonnants. Tourné en novembre 2011 par Nils RUINET & Maxime Maujean.

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Nils Ruinet

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[Timelapse Inspiration] >>> Andrew Walker session <<<

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J’ai beau voir beacoup de timelapse à longueur de semaines, je trouve ça toujours aussi magique et fascinant. Voici les timelapse d’Andrew Walker. Il nous vient de Los Angeles et ça fait 7 ans qu’il fait ce travail. Pas mal des vidéos qui vont suivre sont tournée avec DSLRs et du RED Epic. Vous allez vraiment en prendre plein la vue.

Nettoyez vos écrans, attendez que le cache soit bien charger à fond, regarder chaque vidéo en 1080p/HD au minimum.

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1 – Journey Part 1

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.

There will be a follow up video to this one that will cover the urban aspect.

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2 – Pathfinder – Iceland

Shot these timelapses while traveling around Iceland for 17 days during some of the longest days of the year in June. Almost 4,000 miles were traveled while driving around the island. Had to cross a couple small rivers in some areas and in others were turned away because the rivers were too crazy for the SUV we were driving. It was a journey through some amazing landscape that varied from beautiful to almost nightmarish. That was the magic of Iceland.

The gear used was the Dynamic Perception Stage Zero rig using the MX2 controller along with a prototype nano moco module. Also used an eMotimo TB3 for a lot of shots. 2 Canon 5D Mark III cameras along with a RED Epic were used to shoot the footage.

Music: The song is From « The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo » soundtrack

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3 – Emotimo Timelapse

Here are a couple test shots that I’ve done using the Emotimo TB3 over the last week. All the moves were shot in SMS and that’s usually not the way I shoot timelapse. But I wanted to give it a try. The Emotimo was super easy to setup for a shot and the 3-point move firmware is pretty awesome. Way smoother than I thought it would have been. Plus the unit is super light and nice to walk around with. For the dolling shots I used the Dynamic Perception Stage Zero setup and it worked pretty good. Just had to buy and extra motor and motor mount from Emotimo to make it work right.

For DSLR timelapse the Emotimo with the DP Stage Zero is a really good combination.

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4 – Epic in LA

This timelapse was shot using the RED Epic X with the Canon mount. I used the Kessler Shuttle Pod along with the Cineslider for the moves. The Pan/Tilt was done using the Dynamic Perception MX2 controller with a motorized telescope head.

  • The lenses used where the following: Canon 14mm 2.8L / Canon 16-35mm 2.8L II / Canon 24mm 1.4L II / Canon 70-200mm 2.8L II / Canon 800mm 5.6L / Canon 2x TC III
  • Music: « Oh My Love » from the Drive Soundtrack

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A.Walker  à également réaliser une série de plusieurs timelapse (à voir absolument) :

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Andrew Walker –Stock footage created by Andrew Walker is licensed under the 599 Productions name and is currently being represented by Getty Images, Corbis Motion, Art Beats and Nimia.-

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[Timelapse Inspiration] Canada

Je vais vous parler un peu de moi (c’est un blog je vous rappelle), avant de vous faire découvrir ses 3 magnifiques timelapse sur plusieurs endroit du Canada. (pardon pour les prochaines fautes qui vont suivre)

J’ai un rapport un peu particulier avec ce pays depuis mes 16ans. Le déclencheur fut vraiment vers mes 22ans en partant d’un constat; la grosse majorité de la musique que j’écoutais (et encore aujourd’hui) était en provenance de ce pays. Sum 41 (dont malgré les années je suis un des plus grand fan; preuve à l’appui) fut la partie visible de l’iceberg, mais après j’ai creusé pour tombé sur des groupes/chanteurs comme Hawksley Workman, Arcade Fire et bien d’autres encore. Partant de là, j’ai commencer à faire une veille sur ce pays, et son si charmant québec ou l’on parle le Français (et l’anglais).

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Au point qu’à certains moments j’ai l’impression d’être un québecois dans l’âme (oui je sais ça fait un peut con). Mais à force de faire des recherches sur un peut tout et n’importe quoi sur ce pays (de la culture, aux liens, à son histoire, ses méthodologie de travail, les câbles sous-marins, le métier d’électricien etc.) j’ai acquis un savoir des us et coutumes de ce pays; et avec les années j’ai toujours autant d’admiration pour le pays des caribous.

 

Peut-être qu’un jour, j’irais la-bas en vacances ou pour y habiter. Voir si l’herbe est vraiment plus verte que chez soit.

Un grand coucou au passage à tout les canadiens, québecois qui fréquentent le blog 🙂

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1 – #Fogcouver – Vancouver Fog Timelapse (2 mn)

Fogcouver is a short motion timelapse film I shot during the crazy fog we had in Vancouver.
I hope you enjoy the beauty of the city enveloped in pillows!

Music: Tony Anderson – The Father’s Heart

  • Equipment : Cameras: Canon 6D, Canon 5D Mark III
  • Lenses: Canon 17-40mm / Canon 135mm F2 / Rokinon 85mm / Tamron 24-70mm VC
  • Motion Control: DIY Dynamic Perception Stage Zero Timelapse Dolly (custom build) / DIY Dynamic Perception MX2 Controller / Emotimo TB3 Black
  • Software: LR Timelapse / Adobe After Effects / Adobe Photoshop Lightroom / Adobe Premiere

Daniel Chen

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2 – Whistler – Deep Sky (7 mn)

7 minutes sur les montagnes de Whistler (une ville touristique de Colombie-Britannique, située dans le massif montagneux de la Chaîne Côtière). Le timelapse aura nécessité 3 ans de capture, d’exploration pour capturer ces paysages. Wait & See comme on dit…

This short film is the result of 3 years of exploring Whistler’s amazing mountains, lakes and ‘deep sky’ (incl parts of Garibaldi Provincial Park). After many ‘adventures’, countless sleepless nights & untold frames (from my reliable Nikon gear), I’ve only scratched the surface of what’s around this stunning place I call home – Whistler, BC.

Thank you to everyone’s patience as I frequently put this project before much else; to Laura, Stephanie, Jon, Brian for your support, to Eight and a Half …. and a special ‘shout-out’ to the amazing people of Whistler, Whistler-Blackcomb – the groomers, patrollers and all those up-front and behind-the-scenes … the best!

Most of the clips shown here (and the terabytes of clips that didn’t make this cut) are available in 4K. Please feel to contact me re: clip usage as well as prints (every image/frame was shot RAW).

Heading on up …
David

David McColm

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3- Mountains in Motion: The Canadian Rockies (15 mn)
Le collectif The Upthink Lab nous présentent ici les Rocheuses Canadiennes. Photographies par Doug Urquhart & Paul Zizka sur une musique originale de Michael Wynne & une histoire originale par Meghan J. Ward.
Les Rocheuses canadiennes (Canadian Rockies) sont la partie canadienne des montagnes Rocheuses (longues de 1 200 km,  elles sont à cheval entre l’Alberta et la Colombie-Britannique).

BEST VIEWED FULLSCREEN, HD (with scaling off). Please dim the lights, turn up your speakers, sit back and relax :]

Synopsis:

Mountains in Motion: The Canadian Rockies is an award-winning short film documenting the life of the alpine landscape through time-lapse photography. In an effort to highlight the wildness of these mountain places and how they have inspired explorers of the past, present and future, time-lapse sequences were patiently gathered from exposed summits, by glacial lakes, and under aurora-filled skies.

Hours and even months of change lapses in a matter of seconds, providing the viewer with a rare insight into the ever-changing nature of the landscape. Weaving throughout the film are reflections of an early mountaineer, who is deeply moved by his own encounter with the mountains and the revelations of explorers who have come before him. “What is this power that lures me upwards, into the unknown,” he wonders, “that pulls me deeper, despite snow, wind and exhaustion?”

Made on a shoestring budget and with entirely volunteer hours, the film brought together artists from two vastly different parts of North America – Banff, Alberta, and Atlanta, Georgia. Strangers at the start, the film team developed strong friendships over the course of production and were united by their common goal of capturing the beauty and essence of a place that inspires them every day.

This 100% human-powered film combines advanced time-lapse photography with an original story and musical score to bring the landscape center-stage and offers a thrilling new perspective that re-establishes the Canadian Rockies among the finest mountains in the world.

Credits:

Mountains in Motion is an upthink.tv side-project in collaboration with zizka.ca

Thanks for watching.

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via Alexblog

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