Metamorphosis is an experimental short film, filmed in and around Dublin, Ireland.
It is based on the fast, changing and ever-moving world around us, a world in constant transformation.
It begins with a mixture of shots that contemplate nature, with it’s tranquility and beauty.
Ensuing shots of fast-moving time-lapses of human activity create a sharp contrast with the nature shots.
The experimental short film builds in momentum and leaves us with an almost dizzying effect of busy-ness and constant motion that we might not always be aware of, and that takes us further away from nature and our deepest sense of self.
All images were photographed using the technicolor ‘cinestyle’ picture profile (see the ungraded Flickr pictures below for the untreated images if you’re interested in the before look of this picture profile).
In Fall 2011, London based film director Rupert Murray visited Iceland and captured the country opening its doors and inviting tourists into one of the most surprising and inspiring islands in the world.
Time Lapse animation created with over 180,000 individual photographs shot over a period of three weeks in February 2012 that depicts the subtle movements and patterns of the Arctic Pack Ice.
This film was made with 5 Canon Rebel T3 Cameras shooting different locations simultaneously.
These time lapses were shot mainly around a neighborhood in downtown Vancouver. All shots were taken with a Canon T2i.
A little timelapse of The Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia.
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Filmed in this town of stone streets, churches, historical buildings and ancient monuments. The shots were taken in different seasons and weather conditions.
Explore the food in Vietnam: two week trip condensed into three minutes. Enjoy.
Shot on Canon 5d Mark ii
BEST VIEWED IN FULLSCREEN HD – SCALING OFF
– This is a compilation of timelapses filmed in western Norway last summer.
– Locations include Ålesund, Trollstigen, Geiranger, the Briksdal glacier and Urnes & Kaupang stave churches.
Available in 4K resolution
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Make sure to watch this full-screen with the sound on!
Atacama Starry Nights: Episode I
Astronomer’s Paradise is the first episode of a Atacama Starry Nights timelapse movie series.
Cerro Paranal is an astronomers paradise with its stunningly dark, steady and transparent sky. Located in the barren Atacama Desert of Chile it is home to some of the world’s leading telescopes.
Operated by the European Southern Observatory (eso.org) the Very Large Telescope (VLT) is located on the Paranal mountain, composed of four 8 m telescopes which can combine their light to make a giant telescope by interferometry.
Four smaller auxiliary telescopes, each 1.8 m in aperture, are important elements of the VLT interferometer.
Walking on the desert near Paranal between the scattered stones and boulders on the pale red dust, feels like being on Mars but under the Earth sky.
Paranal was selected for cutting edge astronomical observations also because of the sky transparency and steady atmospheric condition which let astronomers peer into tiny details in the deep cosmos using giant telescopes.
This film is made with footage from the November 2011 TWAN imaging expedition to Paranal assigned by the European Southern Observatory (ESO). We photographed 14 nights in a row from usually 05:30 pm to 08:00 a.m.
All video rights reserved by Christoph Malin (christophmalin.com) and Babak Tafreshi (firstname.lastname@example.org) of The World at Night (TWAN) program (twanight.org/tafreshi).
The inside vista-observatory video is contributed by Stephane Guisard (astrosurf.com/sguisard).