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Schlagwort: timelapse

Das Wachsen von Schimmelpilzen in makro und Zeitraffer

Schimmel zählt wohl bei den wenigsten von uns zu den besten Freunden, denn verbindet mit dem Zeug eher unangenehme Dinge. Allerdings sieht der ziemlich gut aus, wenn der in makro so vor sich hin wächst, wie dieses Zeitraffervideo aus dem Hause Beauty of Science beweist.

The film records the growth of four types of molds used for food fermentation, namely Rhizopus, Aspergillus niger, Aspergillus oryzae and Penicillium. Captured by time-lapse supermacro photography, the growth of these molds is magical and charming, revealing a mysterious and gorgeous tiny world.


(Direktlink, via Colossal)

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Timelapse-Video zeigt den Wandel der Jahreszeiten auf der dänischen Halbinsel Jütland

Filmemacher Jonas Høholt hat drei Jahre damit verbracht, dieses wirklich beeindruckende Timelapse-Video zu machen, das den Wandel der Jahreszeiten auf der dänischen Halbinsel Jütland zeigt. Lange nicht mehr ein so ein schönes Zeitraffer von Mutter Erde hier im Blog gehabt.

‚Breath of the Seasons’‘ has been my personal project from early 2017 until early 2020.
Living around the Jutland peninsula in Denmark my entire life, what inspired me to make this film was the very difference between winter, spring, summer and autumn in the already diverse Jutlandic landscapes – and the visually beautiful story this has.
To show this cycle in nature through timelapse photography has been a mammoth task and a huge completion for me personally. It has driven me through all spectres emotionally; exhaustion, excitement, despair, joy and everything in between.
The countless hours spent on locations made me see and feel the difference of all four seasons. It opened my eyes to how similar nature actually is to humans; As nature takes a single breath all four seasons play before our eyes until she’s ready for the next breath and it all starts over again.
Energy is everywhere and nothing is at a standstill.


(Direktlink, via Laughing Squid)

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Sich formende Salzkristalle in Timelapse

Sehr schöne Makro- und Timelapseaufnahmen, die Wenting Zhu und Yan Liang über Monate hinweg von sich formenden Salzkristallen gemacht haben. Hier auch in Form von einigen Fotografien.

„THE ARCTIC began in October 2018 and lasted for about seven months. It records the crystallization processes of different salts. During this period, we explored various forms of the crystals and their wonderful growth patterns. Most of the footage was captured by time-lapse photography. The tile of this film comes from the icy sensation of the Arctic. We hope this film can remind viewers the stunning beauty of the ice world and the importance of protecting our planet.“

(Direktlink, via Maik)

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Liberty – New York City Timelapse 4K

Wer die Schnauze voll von Timelapse-Videos aus New York hat; weiterklicken, es gibt hier nichts zu sehen. Ich bin derer bisher nicht müde und noch immer wieder gern von dieser Stadt geflasht.

I vividly remember my first experience of New York City as a kid, before I became a photographer. The shear sense of scale, the incredible architecture and just the over all feeling I got walking around the city. That experience became one of the reasons I got into photography. Ever since then, it has been my dream to recreate that feeling into a short timelapse film. From the sensory overload of standing on a busy New York street corner. To the tranquility of standing on a skyscraper, like being on top of the world. This is a dedication to my favorite city in the world.

„Liberty“ Is a visual journey through New York City captured through timelapse and hyperlapse photography. The video consists of about 15,000 still photographs captured from 2016-2018.

(Direktlink, via Petapixel)

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Tilt-Shift aus Nordkorea: Peculiar Pyongyang

Tilt-Shift-Videos gibt es mittlerweile etliche. Viele von denen überraschen nur noch wenig. Hier eins aus der nordkoreanischen Hauptstadt, das alleine deshalb sehenswert ist, weil es eben eher selten Aufnahmen aus Nordkorea gibt.

Pyongyang is by far the weirdest and strangest place I have ever been to. At the same time it’s also one of the the most interesting and intriguing places and unlike anywere else I have ever been to. You go there with 100 questions and you return with 1000!


(Direktlink, via Nag on the Lake)

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Start des Sojus Raumschiffs in Timelapse Aussicht der ISS

Ähnliches hatte ich neulich schon mal, hier jetzt der Start des Sojus Raumschiffs von etwas näher und besserer Qualität.

This is what three astronauts being launched into space looks like – seen from space. ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst took this time-lapse sequence from the International Space Station’s Cupola observatory on 3 December 2018.


(Direktlink)

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