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August 04 2012

Terra Sacra – sechs Jahre Arbeit, sieben Kontinente, 24 Länder


“My life as a filmmaker has been a journey which has blessed me with the privilege of seeing some of the most surreal and timeless places on the planet. These images of our Sacred Earth set to music are my way of sharing some of the magic I’ve experienced along the way…”“Sacred Earth” von Sean F. White:




(Gefunden bei exp.lore.com)

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April 24 2012

Perpetual Oceans – Die Strömungen der Weltmeere




“The video is Perpetual Oceans, and it’s made by NASA. It shows ocean currents, twisting and turning and undulating around the globe between June of 2005 and December of 2007. There’s no narration, just music. The idea is to put into images things that have previously only been words—here is the Gulf Stream, there’s the Kuroshio Current. Watching this, you get a better idea of oceans as a system, and it’s easy to see how—in the days before steam or gasoline powered engines—where you traveled to and from across the oceans was partly determined by how the ocean moved through that area.”

(Gefunden bei boingboing.net)

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March 25 2012

Abandoned Places - Three Years Timelapse


Ein filmisches iPhone-Zeitdestillat von François Vautier |
Musik: Can’t Stop - Infected Mushroom.


(Gefunden bei Vimeo)

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Tags: Zeitraffer

November 30 2011

Look at 00:32


“The Mountain” – TSO Photography schreibt über diese eindrucksvollen Zeitfrafferaufnahmen:

“This was filmed between 4th and 11th April 2011. I had the pleasure of visiting El Teide. Spain´s highest mountain (3718m) is one of the best places in the world to photograph the stars and is also the location of Teide Observatories, considered to be one of the world´s best observatories.

There was a lot of hiking at high altitudes and probably less than 10 hours of sleep in total for the whole week. A large sandstorm hit the Sahara Desert on the 9th April and at approx 3am in the night the sandstorm hit me, making it nearly impossible to see the sky with my own eyes. Interestingly enough my camera was set for a 5 hour sequence of the milky way during this time and I was sure my whole scene was ruined. To my surprise, my camera had managed to capture the sandstorm which was backlit by Grand Canary Island making it look like golden clouds. The Milky Way was shining through the clouds, making the stars sparkle in an interesting way. So if you ever wondered how the Milky Way would look through a Sahara sandstorm, look at 00:32.”

Musik: “Nuvole bianche” von Ludovico Einaudi.


TSO Photography auf Facebook | Twitter | Google+

Dank für den Tip an @ArnulfKoch

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Tags: Zeitraffer

September 22 2011

Schnelle, ruhige Momente


Hohe Himmel: “FLØ” von Blank Blank




(Gefunden bei Vimeo)

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September 20 2011

Die Milchstraße, leidenschaftlich


Nächtliche Zeitrafferaufnahmen von Randy Halverson zeigen die Milchstraße
während eines Sturms:


(Gefunden bei laughingsquid.com)

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August 26 2011

Wien im Licht, schneller als sonst


Ein Film von Xavier Gil. | Musik: James Newton, “Survivors”


(Gefunden bei Vimeo)

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July 13 2011

Kosmos und Kängurus


Der Australian Telescope Compact Array im Norden von New South Wales besteht aus sechs 22-Meter-Radioteleskopen. Diese traumhafte Zeitraffung zeigt, wie wir hinaushorchen in den Kosmos (und wie die Natur dem ziemlich gleichgültig gegenübersteht):




(Gefunden bei amandabauer)

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July 10 2011

Zeitschnaps


Den einen hängen Timelapse-Clips schon zum Hals raus. Das sind die, sich an einem neuen Effekt sattgesehen haben. Für andere destillieren sie dem Menschenauge zuvor unsichtbare Verläufe zu einer schnapsklar fließenden Wirklichkeit.

Jeff Chen Kuo Chih hat diese Aufnahmen in Kalifornien im Osten der Sierra Nevada gemacht:








(Gefunden bei Vimeo | Vollbildschirmformat empfohlen)

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Tags: Zeitraffer

July 01 2011

City Limits


Dominic Boudreault aus Quebec hat ein Jahr lang an diesem Video gearbeitet. “My goal was to show the duality between city and nature. Locations include Montreal, Quebec, Quebec city, Toronto, Ontario  (Canada), Manhattan and Chicago (USA).”


(Gefunden bei Vimeo)

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June 21 2011

Grönland, ganz langsam


Greenland Time-Lapse Reel von Murray Fredericks

(Gefunden bei World HD on Vimeo)

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June 12 2011

Das Licht der Arktis


TSOphotography aus Oslo hat diese phatastischen Aufnahmen zwischen 29. April und 10. Mai 2011 auf den norwegischen Lofoten gemacht.

“My favorite natural phenomenon is one I do not even know the name of, even after talking to meteorologists and astrophysicists I am none the wiser.What I am talking about I have decided to call The Arctic Light and it is a natural phenomenon occurring 2-4 weeks before you can see the Midnight Sun.”

Musik: Marika Takeuchi, “The Arctic Light” (eigens für den Film komponiert)


TSOphotography auf Facebook.

(Gefunden bei Vimeo)

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June 06 2011

Die Erde dreht sich unter dem Sehr Großen Teleskop weg



“Most time lapse videos of the night sky show the stars and sky moving above a steady Earth. Here, however, the frames have been digitally rotated so that it is the stars that stay (approximately) steady, and the Earth that moves beneath them. The video dramatically shows the actual rotation of the Earth, called diurnal motion, in a clear and moving way, as if the camera were floating free in space. The telescopes featured in the video are the Very Large Telescopes (VLT) in Chile, a group of four of the largest optical telescopes deployed anywhere in the world.”



Credit: S. Guisard & Jose Francisco Salgado, ESO, Bulletpeople.com. |
Musik: Arcadia (License: Kevin Macleod)

(Gefunden bei Astronomy Picture of the Day)

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June 02 2011

Luftfahrt to go


BostonAirborne schreibt zu seinem Kompilat vom Flughafen Boston: “Original footage was about an hour and 10 minutes. It took about 7 1/2 hours to render this elapsed time video. Rendered the video three times in Sony Vegas to reduce the footage to 2:30 minutes long.” | Musik. Massive Attack




(Gefunden bei intern.de)

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April 27 2011

Der Berg, die Sterne


Zu seinem Film “The Mountain” und den grandiosen Naturschauspielen, die er zeigt, schreibt Terje Sorgjerd: “This was filmed between 4th and 11th April 2011. I had the pleasure of visiting El Teide. Spain´s highest mountain (3718m) is one of the best places in the world to photograph the stars and is also the location of Teide Observatories, considered to be one of the world´s best observatories.”


(Gefunden bei Vimeo)

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Tags: Zeitraffer

March 26 2011

Die Queen Mary 2 im Zeitraffer bei einer Atlantiküberquerung


In “Queen Mary 2: Atlantic Timelapse” hat der Fotograf Adonis Pulatus die Fahrt des großen Schiffs von New York in die Karibik im Dezember 2010 festgehalten und kondensiert:


(Gefunden bei laughingsquid | via Doobybrain)

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March 07 2011

Hayaku: Eine Zeitrafferreise durch Japan



Ein Film von Brad Kremer:


“Japan is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. This is my Japan. This is one of the many reasons why I love Japan. I shot this in many locations around Japan in the summer of 2009. Some of the location include Tokyo, Matsuyama, Imabari, Nagano, Gifu, and Ishizushisan.”



(Gefunden bei Vimeo)

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Shibuya. Schlußverkauf.


Der Platz vor dem Bahnhof Shibuya in Tokio gehört zu den meistgefilmten Orten der Welt. Die hier und in dem umgebenden gleichnamigen Stadtteil mit hochkomplexer Störungsfreiheit ineinanderflutenden Menschenmassen wirken nur in der Zeitrafferbeschleunigung beunruhigend. | Gefilmt von einem Vimeo-User mit dem schönen Pseudonym James T. Kirk:


(Gefunden bei Vimeo)

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March 05 2011

The City


Drei Wochen San Francisco, hochverdichtet in drei Minuten von Marlon Torres:



(Gefunden bei Vimeo HD)

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March 01 2011

Eine Winternacht in Süd-Dakota


“Sub Zero - winter night timelapse” von Randy Halverson: “Shot in South Dakota in early February with most nights sub zero with -25 F wind chill”:


(Gefunden bei Vimeo)

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Tags: Zeitraffer
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