A timelapse of this morning’s eclipse from Salthill, Galway, Co Galway.
Don’t stare at it.
Thanks Ian Donohue
Earlier: Is This An Eclipse?
From the top of the St Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre, Dublin.
Piers Scott writes:
Because there was no point looking at the sky, I timelapsed the darkening of Dublin
A sumptuous timelapse of Rio de Janeiro that attempts to avoid ‘the cliches and stereotypes of this city to make a video that shows Rio with other eyes’.
Filmed by Rio natives Andre Delacerda and Diogo Fagunde
(Thanks Andre and Diogo)
Time-lapse video documenting Ireland’s victory over the Australians at Lansdowne Road Nua in the final game of that popular and often overpriced black stout series last Saturday evening.
Name that tune.
Video wizardry by
A timelapse of three sunsets at Saleen Beach, Co. Waterford, filmed in recent days.
(Thanks Leah Burgess)
Ballyconnell, 18 November 2014.
Dónal Egan writes:
I think the coast guard pilot knew I was shooting a time lapse video
‘Ol blue beard country.
A rather beautiful timelapse by
Andrew Walker compiled from shots of a tour of Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic in September.
Shot (if you relish such detail) with Canon 5D Mark III, Canon and Ziess lenses, a Dynamic Perception Stage R Pan/Tilt head being controlled by a eMotimo controller in a 3D printed box.
A dramatic timelapse of severe weather events filmed last month in Wyoming, Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska and Colorado by photographer
4K tour of Rome by globetrotting videographer Devin Graham.
Especially nice in fullscreen.
A stop motion timelapse from filmmaker
Jeff Frost combining 300,000 photographs taken over the last two years: from riots and decomposing roadkill to optical illusions painted by himself inside abandoned buildings. The film – vaguely intended as an exploration of ‘creation and destruction’ – was made without graphics or visual effects.
It’s quite the visual treat and, if you can spare 12 minutes, well worth watching right to the end.
A timelapse of the
Catalonian capital by MyLapse (in the style of Ross Ching’s Empty America series) featuring views of the city with all the people and vehicles removed.
The effect is probably executed via a combination of timing and digital editing in much the same style as Ching’s videos, explained