Miguel Endara created this incredibly realistic image of his father by using a technique called stippling. Over the course of 210 hours he figures he created more than 3 million dots. Believe it or not, he only used 1 pen for the entire drawing. Watch the time lapse video which shows Miguel working his magic after the jump.
Posts Tagged ‘time lapse’
Rob Whitworth, who is a Vietnam based photographer from the UK, shot this beautiful timelapse of the ebbs and flows of traffic in Ho Chi Minh City. More than 10,000 RAW images were captured to create the video using Nikon DSLR cameras. For his next project, Rob will be focusing on the slower paced life in ancient town of Hoi An.
It was more than a year ago that we promised to let you know when Tom Lowe’s Timescapes film was complete. Ready for it? The DVD is now available for pre-order. Prices start at $14.95 for standard DVD, but there are also Special and Platinum editions available which feature benefits such as having your name in the film credits and your name being listed as an Associate Producer on imdb. View the latest trailer for the movie after the jump.
Oregon is on my short list of places to visit due to it’s natural beauty. Uncage the Soul Video Productions captured every corner of the state, from the mountains to the deserts and everything in between, in this beautiful time lapse video.
Gerald Donovan shot this beautiful timelapse of Dubai on 11/11/11. The video shows a hub of activity over a 24 hour period. Pay attention at the 1:11 mark as you can see the moon rise from the horizon and make it’s way into the sky.
While we have posted videos in the past which showed what if felt like to fly around the earth, this montage of 18 clips put together by Michael König is simply awesome. All of the video footage was captured from the International Space Station, and all of the video footage is amazing. Check it out!
Ryan Emond shot a timelapse video in my hometown of Toronto using a Nikon D700 and a Dynamic Perception dolly. Many of the city’s landmarks are in the video including the CN Tower, Rogers Center, the Eaton Center, Kensington Market, and Honest Ed’s, to name a few. I particularly like the footage of the Rogers center (formerly known as the SkyDome) closing it’s roof.