Posts Tagged ‘time lapse’

OMG, This Two-Minute Video of San Francisco is Awesome – “62 Tilt-Shift Time-Lapse Sequences” from 30K Photos

Monday, October 8th, 2012

This one from Jeremy Williams looks like it was a lot of work.

It’s for the ages, a masterpiece:

Via CastroBiscuit

“I captured 30,000 photos over ten months of everything I love about San Francisco. The end result required 750 hours of rendering to generate 62 tilt shift timelapse sequences.

Equipment used:
Canon 5D Mark II
Canon 7D
Canon 17 – 40 f/4L
Canon 28mm f/1.8
Canon 24 – 70mm f/2.8L
Canon 70 – 200mm f/2.8L
Canon 100 – 400mm f/4.5 – 5.6L

Special thanks:
Chris MacDougall, Chris Wachter, Thomas Quinlan, Jessica Turk, Max Kent, John Bordalampe, Ashley Dever, Han Nguyen, Kelly Gube, Andrew Kaplan, Katie O’Brien, David Burk, Sean Dallaskidd, Brandi Friel and of course Kai Brunner”

OMG, It’s “Zeppelin Flight Timelapse: San Francisco, California!” – Video of Cruising Low and Slow Over the 415

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012

Here’s what the Bay Area’s big Zeppelin looks like from San Francisco…

…and here’s what San Francisco looks like from the Bay Area’s big Zeppelin:

Ah, mem’ries:

Passing by Coit Tower:

A close up view, click to enlarge. Can you see pilot Fritz Guenther and his Peltor brand headphones? Sure you can.

And an adorable piggly tail in the back:

There we go, back to normal:

Spend 36 Seconds Watching the Fog Roll in Over the Golden Gate Bridge – David Yu’s Latest in HD

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

Here it is – watch the planes take off one after the other…

The magic fog is rolling into Golden Gate Bridge – twilight moment time Lapse study

This 37 seconds time lapse video clip was bit challenge to me when I put them togther with 200 frames in about 1 hour.

Since the shutter speed changes of the begining 1 to end at 30 seaconds. Which makes the video clipse not smooth playing if I put them on one consitent speed. that I change the re-play video clips speed from 15 to 4 seaconds for about each segment.

I am still new in this type time lapse video clip study. How to to the panning time lapse? how to do the change the perpsctive from wide to narror angle during the time lapse recording? there much more for me to learn in the long time.

Any input and sugguest will be greatly appreiacatie it.

I hope you will enjoy my lucky snap moments and thanks so much of your visits!!!

Location: Marin Headlands
Date: Jan 14 2011
Time: 5:37pm to 6:21pm
Total about 200 frames of this time lapse video clip

I hope you will enjoy my lucky snap moments and thanks so much of your visits!!!

Please view the HD 1080p video in youtube

www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCN74XQDYdw

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This 90-Second “San Francisco Bay Bridge Time Lapse” Video by David Yu is Awesome

Saturday, July 3rd, 2010

David Yu wants you to check out his latest: a time lapse video taken from Yerba Buena Island.

Try it at 1080p and full screen.

You can see the eddies caused by the outgoing tide passing the Bay Bridge’s towers and anchorage in the main channel, so that’s pretty cool.

Good job David Yu.