Well, I don’t even have the words to describe what this is; you just have to watch it. Preferably in fullscreen at full resolution. Takes about 30 seconds to get going but once it does………dang. Breathtaking is not a word I throw around after every TED Talk or Milky Way time lapse, but I will throw it here.Continue reading…
If someone had the time, this would/could be a completely awesome experimental animation.
Let’s call this “evening mood-setting”…
This video is a collaboration between Sheldon Neill and Colin Delehanty. All timelapses were shot on the Canon 5D Mark II with a variety of Canon L and Zeiss CP.2 Lenses.
Project Yosemite Website: http://projectyose.com
Thanks to Dynamic Perception for their motion controlled dolly and continued support!
Dynamic Perception Website: http://dynamicperception.com
This whole project has been an amazing experience. The two of us became friends through Vimeo and explored a shared interest in timelapsing Yosemite National Park over an extended period of time. We’d like to expand this idea to other locations and would appreciate any suggestions for a future project.
Contact info: email@example.com
Behind The Scenes: http://vimeo.com/35223326
By Dalton Runberg
Yosemite HD | 2K will be hosted on YouTube shortly. Link coming soon!
Our hearts go out to the family of Markus Praxmarer who lost his life while climbing Half Dome on September 19, 2011.
I watch a lot of films/time-lapse/animations about nature and have to say that after a while everything starts appearing semi-identitical to one another. Louie Schwartzberg‘s work, though, astounds me and reawakens my wonder at the moments he captures on film. Take a peek at his work and his TED talk below:
by Maria Popova
We’ve already marveled at the macro beauty of pollen, nature’s love-making mechanism. From Louie Schwartzberg’s film Wings of Life — an homage to “the love story that feeds the Earth,” inspired by the worrisome vanishing of the honeybees, nature’s irreplaceable Cupids — comes this stunning montage of high-speed images, revealing the intricate beauty of pollination:
Schwartzberg contextualizes the footage in his talk from TED 2011:
For a related moment of humility, treat yourself to Schwartzberg’s moving and rewarding TEDxSF talk on gratitude — it gets truly extraordinary at around 3:55:
You think this is just another day in your life. It’s not just another day — it’s the one day that is given to you, today. It’s given to you, it’s a gift. It’s the only gift that you have right now, and the only appropriate response is gratefulness. If you do nothing else but to cultivate that response to the great gift that this unique day is, if you learn to respond as if it were the first day in your life, and the very last day, then you would have spent this day very well.”