New sporty composites by photographer Pelle Cass using multiple fixed position images to create still time-lapses of hours of activity.
Previously: Crowded Field
A Time Lapse recording the complex, bellacious amount of work undertaken by Weslin Construction in giving Dublin¹s Diving Bell gets a facelift.
Produced by Kelcom, for the Dublin Port Company.
Only 22 more sleeps.
On the first day of 2015, UTV Ireland goes loive and they’re
A sharply dressed communications guru from the station writes:
UTV Ireland will launch in just 22 days on Sky channel 116, UPC channel 110, SAORVIEW channel 6 and eVision channel 108.
The fit out of our headquarters and HD studios in Dublin’s Docklands was recently completed and the team here is ready for our January 1st launch. We set up a time-lapse to capture the building of our headquarters and thought you might like to see it…
Needs more breakfast roll in fairness.
Previously: Alternative Ulster Television
Artist Dennis Hlynsky, a professor at the Rhode Island School of Design, records footage of bird flight and murmuration, then edits it with After Effects to highlight individual flight paths.
There’s no digital animation or layering, just a sort of temporary time lapse from which the natural pattern of flight paths emerge.
Many more videos of his work here, including the trails of insects, ducks and other animals.