Graffiti TimeLapse

I have always been a fan of Graffiti and people who know how to do it. I honestly wish I had the skill to use paint the way they do, I have no clue how they keep the designs within a line and cross it to make the perfect shapes, I love seeing it done and especially love seeing Arabic Graffiti since the design is art work within itself.

Genie – Motion Controlled Time-Lapse Accessory

Every once in a while you come across a very creative product that will help you with all your photographic projects. I consider myself to be a photography enthusiast, I like taking great shots, and in my case that only happens about 10% of the time but thats why I take so many shots. And I have about zero photoshop editing skills, but I do enjoy the shots I have but I still want them to be better.

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I have been tinkering with time-lapse shots recently and about 60% of them have been a disaster, they don’t really work out the way I want them to in my head, but I’m slowly figuring it out. The Genie is a device that integrates with your camera to help it take these amazing shots, and you can set it up to move the way you want, and honestly after watching the video I want it, and it retails for $999, I honestly can’t justify the price in my case but it would cool to use.

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Downtown LA Timelapse

I loved Tron the movie, especially that the sound track was put together by Daft Punk, they couldn’t have found a better team to make the music for it. Tron revolves around lights, specific types of lights, and the way this timelapse is made looks like the lines drawn by Tron, a perfect fit.

Australia Timelapse

I wanted to share with you this video which i captured during my 17 days trip in Australia After days of capturing under the rain , top of mountains , at -7C and almost everywhere ;) my timelapse is online you can check it out now

I got an email from Abdulrahman of Damon Productions and he put together a very nice timelapse video of his trip to Australia. I for one love Timelapse videos especially well done one’s such as this, I’m trying to put a timelapse video myself but I’m trying to find the right subject to work on. For now you have this very cool timelapse of Abdulrahman’s trip to Australia.

The Aurora

Landscape photographer Terje Sorgjerd spent four years looking to create a timelapse of the aurora borealis or northern lights, then finally flew two hours north from Norway in a park bordering Russia and spent a week capturing one of the biggest displays in recent years.

If you know your epic movies then guess the soundtrack!