Explore Portugal In This Scenic Hyperlapse Made By An Award Winning Timelapse Filmmaker

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While on a holiday in Portugal to accept a Best Timelapse award for his incomparably brilliant Moscow Night Timelapse/Hyperlapse, Kirill Neiezhmakov, like any good photographer, seized the opportunity to create his next treasure, Portugal Hyperlapse/Timelapse. Neiezhmakov is making a name for himself among timelapse and hyperlapse photography enthusiasts as one of the art forms leading filmmakers, and rightfully so. He has the uncanny ability to create his new magnum opus with every timelapse he puts out. This Lisbon and Sesimbra, Portugal are no exception.

Upon arriving in Lisbon from his home in Ukraine, Neiezhmakov, contacted Portugal based image maker, Francesco Cerruti for a helping hand in the making of the timelapse. The team traveled to multiple points of interest to make the film, capturing landmarks such as Eduardo VII Park (1:12), Arrábida Sesimbra (0:15) Rossio (1:02), and my personal favorite part of the timelapse, inside and underwater at The Oceanarium in Park of The Nations (1:33). Take a look:

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Model Never Moves In This Hyperlapse Video (And Then They Show Us How They Did It)

hyperlapse_cheungTimelapse and hyperlapse photographer, Patrick Cheung, has just completed his latest timelapse project, a music video for a Hong Kong based hip hop group, utilizing some really awesome hyperlapse techniques. Take a look at the music video below, then keep reading for a video tutorial where Cheung teams up with Kai from DigitalRev to show us exactly how to replicate the hyperlapse shots using nothing more than equipment you probably already have. [Read more...]

This Timelapse Of Melbourne Will Have You Mesmerized By City Lights

Still a student of photography, Sam Woosley spent the first half of his year studying at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Australia. It was here where Woosley was afforded the opportunity to combine his background in film with the techniques and tools he was acquiring as a photography student. The result? An awesome timelapse that takes viewers on a tour of Melbourne and shows them the beauty of it’s city lights. Check it out:

Even as one of Woosley’s first attempts at timelapse (and the even more painstaking hyperlapse techniques) it looks like he pretty much nailed it with Hyperlapse Melbourne. The short film consists of just over 8,150 still images which make up all 88 of the timelapse clips the film consists of. It took him about 100 hours of work between setting up over 50 different shoots and post production for which he employed some of the usual timelapse editing suspects like Adobe Lightroom 5, Adobe After Effects CC, and Final Cut Pro X.

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4-Part Paris In Motion Is a Happy Love Song For The City Of Light

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Videographer Mayeul Akpovi just released his latest addition to his Paris In Motion series. It is a fun, happy timelapse/hyperlapse series showing Paris in all its glory.

Through wonderful locations, interesting people and great cinematography Mayeul captures the uplifting side of the city. Being a four parts series it is interesting to see how Mayeul technique refined through the year he has been releasing those movies.

Two years ago we would have been thrown back by the minimal list of gear that Mayeul uses (5D Mark III, 24-70mm f2.8, 17-40mm f4 and a  70-300 lenses as well as ND2 to ND400 filters), but over the last year we learned that you don’t really need lots of gear to produce astonishing work.

As usual with those kinds of videos, sit back, go full screen and enjoy the show. [Read more...]

This Beautiful Hyper Lapse Of Barcelona Is Pure City Love (And 24,000 Photographs)

This Beautiful Hyper Lapse Of Barcelona Is Pure City Love (And 24,000 Photographs)

Photographer Alexandr Kravtsov did one amazing job capturing the beauty of Barcelona. But not without blood sweat and a broken camera.

We have talked Hyper lapses before, but this video really takes it to the extreme making Barcelona look nothing but amazing.

The movie was made in three months in late 2013 and only used a Canon 7D and three lenses: Tokina 11-16, EF 24-105 4L, EF 70-200 2.8L.

Now, as with most other timelapses, sit back, go to full screen and push that volume dial all the way to the top. Now, hit the jump. [Read more...]

How To Make A Hyperlapse

A week ago we featured a Hyperlapse primer that explains how to use a tripod and a boardwalk to create a Hyperlapse.

How To Make A Hyper Lapse

Griffin of Indy Mogul (which is a great resource) shares another great Hyperlapse tutorial with going into the nitty-gritty details going from methods to move the camera while doing a Hyperlapse, through camera settings and stabilization comparison and finally stabilizing the finished product in After effects.

The movie plus a few of Griffin’s favorite and inspirational Hyperlapses after the jump. [Read more...]