(A Day in India from The Perennial Plate on Vimeo)
India has got to be one of the most sensory-overloaded places I have ever visited. In the short film “A Day in India,” Daniel Klein and Mirra Fine compressed their three week stay in India into one very fast-paced day. Given that . . . → Read More: “A Day in India” a short film by Daniel Klein and Mirra Fine
(Bay Bridge Construction Time-Lapse, 2009-2012)
For the past three years I have been crisscrossing the SF Bay Bridge. Whenever I head West towards SF, I peer out of my car hoping for a view of the enormous construction effort underway to build the new eastern span. A glimpse here. A fraction-of-a-second look there. Nothing . . . → Read More: A time-lapse video of the construction of the San Francisco Bay Bridge 2009-2012
(Moonwalk from Bryan Smith on Vimeo)
American free climber Dean Potter walks a highline across two peaks at Yosemite while the sun is setting and the moon is rising. Unbelievable.
Adventure filmmaker Bryan Smith shot this from over 1 mile away. The highline was placed at Cathedral Peak, which is part of the Cathedral . . . → Read More: “Moonwalk” an amazing video of Dean Potter walking a highline across Cathedral Peak in Yosemite
Tokyo Living from MasayaSugimura on Vimeo.
Tokyo. A mixture of the young/old, modern/traditional, East/West. And it all flows together seamlessly in this time-lapse video by Masaya Sugimura. Enjoy!
2012. 366 days. 366 seconds. from Jonathan Britnell on Vimeo.
Jonathan Britnell filmed one second of every day in 2012 to create this video. Lovely!
(Landings at San Diego Int Airport Nov 23, 2012 from Cy Kuckenbaker on Vimeo)
This video reminds me of a scene from Alfred Hitchock’s movie “The Birds.” At first you see a few birds ominously flying overhead, then before you know it, the sky is packed with them. But this is real-life, and . . . → Read More: A time-lapse video of planes landing at the San Diego International Airport
A delightful video of Brian DeFrees‘ road trip down the entire length of Route 66 (The Mother Road) from Chicago to Los Angeles in August 2012. DeFrees compresses 22 days over 9,188 miles into 3 minutes.
See more trip videos by DeFrees (of Defrees Productions) here.
. . . → Read More: “Drivelapse Route 66″ a time lapse video from Chicago to LA by Brian DeFrees
How often are you the only person during the day on a street in a major city? Never, unless a major disaster occurs and its residents are evacuated. That’s probably why this film by Ross Ching seems so eerie. In it, you can see San Francisco’s most iconic landmarks – the Golden Gate Bridge, . . . → Read More: A time lapse video of San Francisco empty of its people
(Purely Pacific Northwest from John Eklund on Vimeo)
Portland, Oregon based photographer John Eklund spent over a year shooting various locations in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. Capturing about 260,000 photographs, Eklund transformed them into a gorgeous time-lapse video – Purely Pacific Northwest. The areas shown in the video include Mount . . . → Read More: A time-lapse video of the Pacific Northwest by John Eklund
“TLHOGO” performance, approx 3 hours 30 min, 2010
Performance artist Lerato Shadi uses knitting/crocheting, video, installation and sound to investigate themes of absence and presence, as well as the transformation of subject and object. She is a more traditional performance artist in that she lends her physical body to performances that last many hours.
. . . → Read More: Performance art involving knitting and crocheting by Lerato Shadi