Once a rather rare technique practised only by professionals, a quick scan of YouTube or Vimeo shows that timelapses are commonplace. The creative limits are being pushed farther and farther, which makes for some epic cinematography. Just check the storm-lapses of Mike Oblinski, the ‘flow-motion’ hyperlapses of Rob Whitworth, or the the award-winning work of Michael Shainblum.
The creative vision continues to thrive with exponential advances in photography and video technology. Hong Kong-based production company Visual Suspect just created a drone-lapse from Folegandro Island, Greece. This was accomplished by flying a drone in massive circles while recording timelapse. … Read more