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Here are the 7 top tips that will level-up your time lapse footage

So, you’ve decided to shoot your first timelapse video. If you have never done it before, you will face many challenges and inevitably make some mistakes. But Christian of The Phlog Photography will help you get started with this video. In only three minutes, he will give you seven things to keep in mind and […] The post Here are the 7 top tips that will level-up your time lapse footage appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Timelapse, Time-lapse, Time-lapse Photography, Timelapse Tutorial, The Phlog Photography


Watch a single cell develop into newt in only six minutes

The development of a new organism from a cell is a fascinating process. Dutch filmmaker and photographer Jan van IJken has recently put this miracle of life in a stunning timelapse. His short film BECOMING shows a newt forming, from a single cell to birth, in only six minutes. As a photographer, Jan leans towards […] The post Watch a single cell develop into newt in only six minutes appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Nature, Timelapse, Timelapse Video, Jan, Jan Van Ijken


This mesmerizing video captures soap bubbles as they get frozen

There’s something magical about soap bubbles, but watching them freeze raises the magic to a whole new level. In his timelapse Winter’s Magic, photographer Don Komarechka captured the process of soap bubbles getting frozen. And watching the ice crystals as they form on the delicate bubbles’ surface is as wonderful to watch, as it is […] The post This mesmerizing video captures soap bubbles as they get frozen appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Frozen, Photography, Winter, Inspiration, Timelapse, Ice, Magic, Soap Bubbles, Don Komarechka


The longest timelapse from space shows two whole trips around the Earth

To celebrate the 20th anniversary, the European Space Agency (ESA) has published the longest timelapse video ever recorded in space. Starting from Tunisia, the timelapse takes you to two whole trips around our home planet, and it took more than 21,000 photos to create it. The timelapse was created by Alexander Gerst, a German astronaut […] The post The longest timelapse from space shows two whole trips around the Earth appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Space, Inspiration, Earth, World, Esa, Timelapse, European Space Agency, Space Exploration, Tunisia, European Space Agency ESA, Alexander Gerst


This timelapse of blooming flowers took 40,000 photos and nine months to create

I’ve always found it oddly calming to watch timelapse videos of blooming flowers. With a very basic setup, over 40,000 shots and nine months of shooting, Majo Chudý has created a timelapse of blooming flowers that you’ll certainly enjoy. Majo is a Slovakian timelapse artist and photographer. As he explains, it took him a serious […] The post This timelapse of blooming flowers took 40,000 photos and nine months to create appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Flower, Nature, Timelapse, Flowers, Majo, Majo Chudý


This stunning 16K HDR timelapse was created with a pair of Canon EOS 5DS cameras

We seem to have gone from “The megapixal wars” to “The K wars” since video started to become more popular in DSLRs and mirrorless cameras. Even the D850 was promoted as an “8K” camera for shooting timelapse, and now we’re starting to see more and more video cameras with a native 8K resolution. And we’ve […] The post This stunning 16K HDR timelapse was created with a pair of Canon EOS 5DS cameras appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Video, Inspiration, Timelapse, Canon EOS, 16K, Martin Lisius


How I built my own DIY long-term weatherproof timelapse rig

In fall of 2017, I had the opportunity to capture the transformation of an empty plot of land turning into a high-tech vehicle test track. The bulk of the construction would take place for about a year. My friend and colleague, Ryan, and I were tasked with capturing that transformation into a timelapse video. We […] The post How I built my own DIY long-term weatherproof timelapse rig appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Diy, Timelapse, Ryan, Drew Mason


Watch this stunning timelapse of Californian SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launch

Last December, we featured a timelapse from photographer and filmmaker Jesse Watson. The timelapse was of the SpaceX Falcon 9 launch near Yuma, Arizona. Well, a couple of nights ago, another one launched and landed from California – the first time Elon’s launched and landed in California. Jesse went out to capture it again and […] The post Watch this stunning timelapse of Californian SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launch appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Space, Spacex, California, Inspiration, Timelapse, Rocket Launch, Falcon, Elon, Jesse, SpaceX Falcon, Yuma Arizona, Jesse Watson


How to make a “flow motion” timelapse film

Recently, Fenchel and Janisch made a pretty cool flow motion video in Frankfurt (above). It was made for the Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof hotel, to show off some of the beauty and life of downtown Frankfurt. This type of video is becoming very common as the hardware and software tools are becoming more available to photographers and […] The post How to make a “flow motion” timelapse film appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Tutorial, Frankfurt, Timelapse, Flow Motion, Hyperlapse, Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof, Fenchel and Janisch, Fenchel, Janisch


This awe-inspiring timelapse goes into the core of the Milky Way

Timelapse videos can be amazing, as well as photos and footage of space. In this video, Adrien Mauduit brings timelapse and space together and takes you to the core of the Milky Way galaxy. It’s an awe-inspiring footage that will make you realize how vast our galaxy is. So sit back, watch closely and enjoy. […] The post This awe-inspiring timelapse goes into the core of the Milky Way appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Space, Inspiration, Timelapse, Milky Way, Galaxy, Timelapse Video, Adrien Mauduit


This timelapse shows star trails and lightning storm in the same frame

Star-stacking timelapses are amazing, and so are the thunderstorm timelapses. But when you have both in a single frame, it’s simply breathtaking. Maui-based photographer Joe Domrad has created a timelapse like this, and it’s a real treat for the eyes. To create this timelapse, Joe took about 500 photos shot with around 12-second exposure. And […] The post This timelapse shows star trails and lightning storm in the same frame appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Timelapse, Lightning, Thunderstorm, Joe, Maui, Star Trails, Joe Domrad


planetOids – 2018-07-24 – Timelapse Tutorial, Photography Awards, Free Digital Photography Book, and More

Here are a few things we've found around the web that are cool. Curated by Matthew Carew. Have you ever seen those cool videos where you see clouds moving at super high speeds, forming into different shapes as if they are dancing? Those are called time lapses. To learn more about time lapses and how you can make those clouds dance with your own gear, check out this article by TechRadar! How To Time-lapse photography: how to capture your first time-lapse video (Techradar) A time-lapse of sunr...
Tags: Photography, Timelapse, Moab, Time-lapse, Wildlife Photography, Tony Northrup, Mobile Photography, Time-lapse Photography, Timelapse Photography, Photography Awards, Chelsea Northrup, Planetoids, Nikon Mirrorless Cameras, Matthew Carew, Audubon Photography awards, Digital Photography Book


planetOids – 2018-07-19 – Landscape Photography Gone Wrong, Photographing History, Photography Contest and More

planetMitch note: We've started a new series! Here are a few things we've found around the web that are cool. Curated by Matthew Carew. Have you ever abandoned your warm, cozy, comforting bed SUPER early in the morning while on vacation to capture that perfect sunrise shot? We all have! This article by Fstoppers talks about the frustration of screwing up that perfect shot When Landscape Photography Goes Wrong (Fstoppers) Here's the video by Youtuber, Thomas Heaton where he talks about the pro...
Tags: Photography, Computer, Timelapse, Nikon, Landscape Photography, Dorothea Lange, Thomas Heaton, Photography Contest, DSLR Mirrorless Cameras, Dust Bowl, Nikon Mirrorless Cameras, Matthew Carew, BCSPCA, Government Photographer, Lumix Mirrorless, Sunrise Timelapse


These are the 10 most important Android apps I use for my photography

I recently received my shiny new ASUS ZenFone 5, which just went on pre-order in the UK today. As an ASUS Brand Ambassador, I can’t exactly review this phone without it being perceived as a little biased (even if I’m being completely objective), so I’m not posting a review. But what I can do is […] The post These are the 10 most important Android apps I use for my photography appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Android, Photography, UK, Asus, Tutorials, Timelapse, Snapseed, Hyperlapse, Filmic Pro, ASUS ZenFone 5, Camera Plus


The MIOPS Capsule360 is a 3-axis motion control system with face and object tracking

MIOPS has seen some measure of success with its rather popular MIOPS Mobile camera trigger. Well, now they’re getting into motion control with the launch of the new Capsule360. It’s a modular motion control system that offers up to 3 axes of movement. Paired with your Android or iOS device, it also offers real-time facial and […] The post The MIOPS Capsule360 is a 3-axis motion control system with face and object tracking appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Timelapse, Motion Control, Gear Announcement, Pan And Tilt, Miops, Capsule360


Everest – A time lapse film II: How I did it

I’m once again truly humbled to see that my new short: Everest A Time Lapse Film – II is captivating audiences around the world. As always, my goal is to bring to life the majestic beauty of the Himalayas and to inspire others to dream big, discover their passions and explore this beautiful planet we […] The post Everest – A time lapse film II: How I did it appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Climbing, Timelapse, Himalayas, Himalayan, Elia Saikaly


How to shoot a day-to-night transition, the holy grail of timelapses

The day-to-night transition has been the holy grail for timelapse photographers since timelapse first became a thing. What makes it difficult is rather obvious. The exposure is constantly changing as time passes. But dealing with that change in exposure over the course of an hour or two is not so straightforward. But it’s not impossible […] The post How to shoot a day-to-night transition, the holy grail of timelapses appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Transition, Timelapse, David Bergman, Day To Night


This 8K timelapse shows a tornado forming right before your eyes

If you’re into storm chasing and fantastic timelapse videos, then you’ve probably heard of Mike Olbinski. He has recently published his latest video, and just like before: it’s mind-blowing. You can see a tornado forming right before your eyes, and Mike managed to capture its entire lifecycle that will leave you in awe. Mike writes […] The post This 8K timelapse shows a tornado forming right before your eyes appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Timelapse, Storm, Tornadoes, Mike Olbinski, Mike, Storm Chasing, Mike Olbinski He


This woman took a selfie every day from age 14 to 22 to make an 8 year timelapse

Very long-term timelapse projects such as this have started popping up more and more lately. Given the time when such technology became available that we always had a camera with us in our pockets, it’s not surprising. It was around 8 or so years ago that we started to see not-completely-terrible cameras appearing in our […] The post This woman took a selfie every day from age 14 to 22 to make an 8 year timelapse appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Selfies, Selfie, Inspiration, Timelapse, Stop Motion, Eadington


This 7.3 Gigapixel “Gigalapse” shows a 24 hour period over London

“Gigapixel” and “Timelapse” aren’t phrases one often hears together. Both, individually, require massive amounts of storage to do well. When combined, things start to get a bit ridiculous. It’s been done before, though, at least as early as 2010, when Carnegie Mellon University’s CreateLAB made this. Now, UK contact lens retailer Lens Store has teamed […] The post This 7.3 Gigapixel “Gigalapse” shows a 24 hour period over London appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, UK, London, News, Canary Wharf, Timelapse, Nikon, Carnegie Mellon University, Motion Control, Henry Stuart, Gigapixel, Gigapan, Lens Store, Gigalapse, Gigapixel Gigalapse


Stunning ‘gigalapse’ shows London in detail as it changes throughout a day

There are gigapixel photos and there are time-lapses. Now, a team of creatives presents the "gigalapse." Shot in London in February, the series of 7.3-gigapixel images let you explore the city close-up as it changes through a day. The post Stunning ‘gigalapse’ shows London in detail as it changes throughout a day appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, London, News, Trends, Timelapse, Time-lapse, Gigapixels, Visualise


Stunning ‘gigalapse’ shows London in detail as it changes through a day

There are gigapixel photos and there are time-lapses. Now, a team of creatives presents the "gigalapse." Shot in London in February, the series of 7.3-gigapixel images let you explore the city close-up as it changes through a day. The post Stunning ‘gigalapse’ shows London in detail as it changes through a day appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, London, News, Trends, Timelapse, Time-lapse, Gigapixels, Visualise


This timelapse shows what New York City would look like without light pollution

Gavin Heffernan and Harun Mehmedinović of Skyglow Project are known for their captivating timelapse projects. In their latest video named SKYGLOW: NYC, they have tried something new. In honor of the Dark Sky Week, they created a timelapse that imagines what New York City would look like with starry skies, without light pollution. Gavin and […] The post This timelapse shows what New York City would look like without light pollution appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, New York City, Inspiration, Stars, Timelapse, Skyglow, Gavin, Gavin Heffernan, Harun Mehmedinovic


Awesome time-lapse shows Mount Everest in all its nighttime glory

Canadian photographer Elia Saikaly braved freezing nights to shoot this wonderful time-lapse of Mount Everest and the night sky. He also had to overcome a number of technical failures in his battle to capture the images. The post Awesome time-lapse shows Mount Everest in all its nighttime glory appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Trends, Everest, Timelapse, Time-lapse, Mount Everest, Elia Saikaly


Mesmerizing time-lapse shows Mount Everest in all its nighttime glory

Canadian photographer Elia Saikaly braved freezing nights to shoot this wonderful time-lapse of Mount Everest and the night sky. He also had to overcome a number of technical failures in his battle to capture the images. The post Mesmerizing time-lapse shows Mount Everest in all its nighttime glory appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Trends, Everest, Timelapse, Time-lapse, Mount Everest, Elia Saikaly


Timelapse shooters delight! the Genie II is a 3-Axis motorised timelapse delight

When SYRP first introduced the Genie in 2012, we did not quite know how to swallow this new animal. It was a motorized panning head, but it had a wire-wrapping function that allowed to travel great distances, creating some very interesting results. Ever since SYRP evolved the system to include a second motor, a pan-tilt […] The post Timelapse shooters delight! the Genie II is a 3-Axis motorised timelapse delight appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Timelapse, Motion Control, Syrp Genie, NAB 2018, syrp genie II


How to make a time-lapse video on your GoPro Hero5 or Hero6

GoPro action cameras have a built-in time-lapse mode, but there are still a few variables you can play around with to get the most out of it. We break down the basics to help you get better shots. The post How to make a time-lapse video on your GoPro Hero5 or Hero6 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Video, Time, Trends, Timelapse, Gopro, Lapse


This beautiful 8K 360° timelapse shows the Aurora Borealis during a total lunar eclipse

You guys remember that super blue moon eclipse a couple of months ago, right? Well, while many of us were sitting at home watching it on our computer screens, photographer William Briscoe was out in the Alaskan snow shooting 360° timelapse. And this 8K 360° video captures the beautiful the Aurora Borealis in the middle of […] The post This beautiful 8K 360° timelapse shows the Aurora Borealis during a total lunar eclipse appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Timelapse, Aurora Borealis, Eclipse, 360, 360 Video, Lunar Eclipse, 8k Video, Total Lunar Eclipse, William Briscoe


PINE is a universal wireless motion controller aimed at DIY maker photographers

Motion control has so many applications for both photographers as well as filmmakers. From creating 360° stitched stills with your DSLR to moving timelapse and video sequences. There are a lot of complete solutions out there for this, and there are also many plans out there for completely scratch built DIY projects. But there’s very […] The post PINE is a universal wireless motion controller aimed at DIY maker photographers appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Diy, Makers, Timelapse, Dslr, Motion Control, Pine, Gigapan


The most important tip for shooting through a window

Last year I scored a really amazing gig. I had a two-week shoot for a tour company in the Canadian Rockies creating promotional content for their boutique medical conference. One of the best things about that gig was the chance to shoot some stunning sites out in the Banff National Park. I wanted to try […] The post The most important tip for shooting through a window appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Diy, Timelapse, Sony, Banff National Park, Carl Zeiss, Nightscapes, Shooting through a window



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