Photographic Journey: Life at Blair by Tolu Omokehinde
Tolu Omokehinde created this time-lapse to commemorate the locker-lined hallways, bright yellow school buses, and countless cafeteria meals from his time at Montgomery Blair High. It almost makes us want to go back to high school. Almost.
Terra Sacra Time Lapses by Sean F. White
Six years, seven continents, and 24 countries went into the making of this awe-inspiring time-lapse dedicated to our sacred earth. Perhaps it goes without saying, but you’re going to want to watch this one in full screen.
9 may 2012 by Leo&Senya
The vibrant costumes and traditional dances of this Russian victory parade make for excellent tilt-shifted time-lapse material, plus the perspective will make you question the true scale of what you’re watching.
Somewhere by miadox
This life-affirming time-lapse juxtaposes natural beauty with man-made industrial wonders. This is the world we live in, people! Keep your eyes peeled for more installments of this perceptive project.
Asylum by Drew Geraci
The untouched remains of this abandoned asylum run the gamut from roller skates to surgical equipment. Made up of 35,000 pictures using a combination of HDR, tone-mapping, and time-lapse, Drew Geraci’s chilling beautiful film captures the mysterious history and ruinous present of this secret location.
Singapore’2012 by zweizwei |motion timelapse|
This breathtaking time-lapse of Singapore will have you ready to grab your bags and jump on a plane. Don’t forget to pack a swimsuit so you can take a dip in the skyscraper-top infinity pool overlooking the city.
Tiny Capital by Eirik Evjen
Oslo’s coming up in the world! Norway’s population has grown to 5 million, and its largest city is growing fast. Made up of nearly 80,000 pictures, this time lapse of the country’s relatively tiny capital (compared to other capital cities) captures a day in the life of this thriving Scandinavian metropolis.
Arctic Motion by Tor Even Mathisen
Is there any other weather pattern better suited for the time lapse treatment than an aurora borealis? Correct! The answer is no.