Video director Paul Richardson created this beautiful showreel of his favorite time-lapse clips to date.
Shooting timelapse requires a lot of patience and forward thinking. Some shots took multiple attempts to get the right light, others required whole days just to capture a few seconds of footage. There’s a careful balance of trying to predict the future, and just being determined enough to do everything it takes to get the shot.
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Tyler Hulett shot “River of Fire” at Kilauea before the previous eruption, but it still stands as some of the best lava timelapse out there.
Two Nineteen Forty Four is Tristan Greszko’s remarkable timelapse of last year’s record-breaking ascent on The Nose at Yosemite’s El Capitan.
Spring has finally arrived, and JF1LMS is celebrating by releasing a hyperlapse of some great footage shot all winter in the Slovak village where he grew up, all shot manually in bitter cold. Crank it up to 4K.
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