This time-lapse video from one of Alberta Parks’ cameras shows a promiscuous tree. It starts off with one black bear, then it parties with an entire group of grizzlies who know how to bump and grind. Yippie-yi-yo yippie-yi-yay!
A look at the beauty to be found in the northernmost region of Australia in this time-lapse captured by Glenn Walker using over 13,000 still images from a Nikon D7000 and a Canon 5d Mk2. Backing track by OKA.
Daniel Csobot captured various plants growing and blossoming. They look like beautiful alien creatures. Csobot used a Canon 7D to shoot the time-lapse; check out his setup here. The track is Digital Hearbeat by Daniel Gautreau.
A look at the mechanical wonders of a Porsche Carerra 3.2 Engine as told through a time-lapse of an old engine being torn-down for restoration over the course of three months by Hoing Motorsports. Shot by Filmkooperation.
In the 70s, elementary teacher Dale Irby accidentally ended up wearing the exact same shirt and sweater in his yearbook photo for two years in a row. Then his wife dared him to keep it up. His final tally? A 40-year streak.
Amazing things unfold around us every day. Good thing there are people like Simon Christen who are talented enough to preserve these moments and generous enough to share them with us. Original soundtrack by The Album Leaf.
Christine Stephens lost her left foot due to a car accident. A colleague recently joked that she should make a prosthetic leg out of LEGO. Challenge accepted. You can see the finished (?) “LEGOleg” at around 4:10 in the video.
Graffiti artist Sofles lets loose in an abandoned and dilapidated building as the equally talented Selina Miles of Unity Sound & Visual documents his work in progress. One of the most creative time-lapse videos we’ve ever seen.
TechFeed associate producer Todd Boudreaux talks about his life with the help of an Etch A Sketch. It took him about 9 hours to complete the drawings. A simple and honest story with lots of funny drawings in between.
The TLC200 Pro automatically shoots time-lapse videos, whether in strong or low lighting conditions thanks to its high dynamic range and large pixel size image sensor. Its CS mount lets you swap lenses (sold separately).
YouTuber Cassandra Brooks talks about her time aboard the USAP research ship Nathaniel B. Palmer. The images were taken over a two-month period as the ship sailed, crunched and rammed its way through Ross Sea in Antarctica.
Now you can make your own time lapse or hyperlapse video without shooting a second of footage. Teehan+Lax Labs made a web app that uses images captured by Google Street View to stitch your own video together.