Joe Capra has captured the most beautiful scenery from the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia in this stunning time-lapse. There are lots of cool helicopter shots and we also like how none of the folks on their SUPs fall down at 1:57.
Capturing adventures on GoPro can be fun, but the raw video can be too long. You can time-lapse it, but the footage is a jumpy mess. Microsoft’s R&D team is working on “Hyperlapse” tech which smooths out the bumps digitally after the fact.
Photographer Rob Whitworth and urban explorer JT Singh are back with another impressive motion time-lapse video, this time capturing North Korea’s seldom explored capital city, revealing a vibrant city that defies stereotypes.
A dramatic time-lapse demonstration of the fermentation process in the making of Sierra Nevada’s Bigfoot Ale, with massive batches of bubbling hops, yeast and wort rising and falling on their way to becoming delicious beer.
Like Laurin Döpfner, Simon Gerbaud became obsessed with destroying objects neatly, exposing their insides and cross-sections bit by bit until all that’s left is dust, only to play the footage back to make the objects whole.
Exquisite in both subject and technique, David de los Santos Gil’s time-lapse captures flowering plants growing and blooming. David spent a total of nine months and took about 50,000 pictures to make the video.
Rob Whitworth’s latest motion time-lapse video takes us on a hyperreal tour of Barcelona, Spain. We still don’t understand how he pulls off his amazing “Flow-Motion”, but all we know is that it took him 363 hours to create this 2-minute clip.
Shot in 4K resolution, this motion time-lapse video shot by Keith Kiska does the best job we’ve seen of capturing the hyperrealism of the Las Vegas strip at night. It’s just like being there – without the hangovers and frequent ATM visits.
Enrique Pacheco showcases some of nature’s finest artworks: rock formations, caves, canyons and other landscapes molded through erosion. They are beautiful accidents many thousands of years in the making.
Photographer Vincent Brady combined images captured from multiple cameras to create what is possibly the most mind-bending time-lapse video we’ve ever seen. The way the sky twists and flows is just mesmerizing.
Surfing highlight reels make the sport seem incessantly exciting, but in reality there’s a lot of downtime in between rides. Cy Kuckenbacker came up with a middle ground, presenting an hour of surfing footage all at once.
The storm chasing group Basehunters was able to capture a supercell as it formed, grew and grew some more, until it eventually dissipated in Wyoming. Check out their YouTube page for more awesome videos of extreme weather.
Martin Heck’s Timestorm Films spent four months traveling New Zealand to capture this eye-popping footage of the incredible sights the nation has to offer, and reaffirming its choice as the backdrop for LotR, The Hobbit and Avatar.
For those of you who missed the recent lunar eclipse that took place on 4/15, that’s okay. Photographer Andrew Walker captured the event in much greater detail than you would have seen in this haunting time-lapse of the event.
Tommy Haffey just happened to have 626,780 pennies lying around, so he did what any sane adult would do with his spare change, and built himself a world-record breaking pyramid from all of the coins. And much wine was consumed.
Artist Frans Hofmeester is creating a series of time-lapse videos of his children as they age. In this clip, you’ll see baby Lotte age from 0 to 14 years-old at a rate of about 3.5 years per minute. Then, watch Vince as he goes from 0 to 11.
What if mankind disappeared? Menilmonde extend the creepy concept that they started with Hypocentre in Para l l el, showing different cities around the world devoid of people. Very unsettling. Watch the making of here.
Watching Saturday Night Live on TV, it seems like they have limitless spaces to shoot in, but in this time-lapse from the Anna Kendrick/Pharrell Williams episode, you get a much better sense of how confining Studio 8H really is.
Photographer Vincent Brady made these time-lapse clips of fireflies at the Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri as well as in Grand Ledge, Michigan. One of the more unusual uses of the technique we’ve seen. You can buy stills on Vincent’s site.
Photographer Rob Whitworth worked with city expert JT Singh to take us on a hypersaturated stop-motion tour of Shanghai, a city brimming with over 4,000 skyscrapers and 14 million people. That traffic spiral is hypnotic.
It’s an annual St. Paddy’s Day tradition here in Chicago – turning the normally brownish-green Chicago River into a bright green spectacle. This short time-lapse video by Peter Tsai does a great job capturing how it’s done.
We’ve seen plenty of cool time-lapse videos, but we’ve never seen anything quite as hypnotic as this video by photographer Darwinfish105 captured while riding on Tokyo’s Yurikamome train line, then mirrored to create a tunnel effect.
The Sledgehammer-esque music video for Talk is Cheap, by electronica artist Nicholas James Murphy aka Chet Faker, from his album Built on Glass. Toby & Pete made Chet live through four seasons in pseudo-time lapse stop-motion.
We’re don’t know how he did it, but Vimeo member Иванов Вячеслав was able to capture individual snowflakes being formed. It’s unreal how these seemingly synthetic shapes form out of nowhere. The song is Aphex Twin’sAvril 14th.