Looking at time-lapse photography from other people

I love doing time-lapses and I think what you can do is endless. I know that I am in no way an expert and I’m still finding new ways to do them. I haven’t had a chance to get out to do any this week, but I thought it might be nice to look at some others that people have done.

These people are so much better at this than me, but you have to have people to aspire to I think. I would love to do some of these, but at the same time, I find it hard to get my head around how I would do them. I know that the more I do these videos the more I will work it out.

I have looked through lots of videos and found ones that I like. The title for each person, except for the second one, is a link to their YouTube channel so if you want to see more of their work you can. I would highly recommend you do this as they have some stunning videos.

Casper Rolsted

Brad Kremer

Morten Rustad

Ben Mikha

This last video is something different. I am curious to see what you think of it it.

It makes me a bit dizzy, but I kind of like the premise of it, though I don’t think I would do it quite like this if I was going to try it.

I hope you have enjoyed looking at these. Which one did you like the best?

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  1. Both very nice work, but the first one inspires me the most. Thanks for showing and my compliments to the makers.

    1. I think the first one inspires many of us Rudi. You’re welcome, good to see that people have liked them. Thank you Rudi.

  2. Some of these must have taken thousands of shots to put together. The unfurling of the fungi is fascinating. I did one once a long time ago of my husband making pizza and I forget how many hundred shots I had to weed through. It was a lot.

    1. That and a lot more I would say. One of my videos was around 2000 photos. The fungi is amazing, one of things I have a hard time getting my head around. That sounds interesting the one you did. I hope it worked out well. Thank you Ceci.

    1. Yeah, I thought that might be the case, though I want to try doing some of the hyperlapse. Could be interesting. Thank you Anne.

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