Browsing All posts tagged under »time-lapse«

Time-Lapse Lust: Aurora, Mountain, Arctic Light, Water

November 10, 2011


Time-lapse cinematography is an ever-impressive technique for documenting a particularly long duration of passing time. The discipline is mostly used for capturing natural and urban landscapes, construction, and the growing or dying life. For Oslo, Norway-based photographer Terje Sorgjerd, and his photo suite TSO Photography, his time-lapse devotion has led him towards chasing natural phenomenons. His […]

Video: “Monkeys vs. Bananas” 30-Hour Mural

September 7, 2011


After many hours in the editing suite, and the monstrous 41-hour onsite video and webcast production, we’re really excited to present the official video from the “Monkeys vs. Bananas” mural installation. I’d like to thank Burlington City Arts for inviting us to document the event, Abby and Dre for supplying two days-worth of sometimes-delirious entertainment, and […]

Brinno Time-Lapse Camera

August 1, 2011


Do you fancy the time-lapse video, but lack the equipment and know-how to capture the images? May we introduce the newest trick for that particular trade, the digital Time-Lapse Camera from Brinno. This little bugger is lightweight in both weight and cost, when compared to your DSLR kit or point-and-shoot, and it’s weather-resistent which makes […]