Photography Bay reader Mayeul Akpovi has released his final timelapse video of Paris, France. It is a project he has been working on since 2012. This fifth entry in the series shows off more of the people of Paris, while still managing to show off some of the unique and beautiful scenes of the city. [Read more…]
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Paul Richardson spent three weeks in Paris recently and tried to capture the city’s classic sights as well as the modern business side. While he captured some fantastic scenes, his editing really made this timelapse stand out.
He spent three weeks shooting, followed by 5 weeks of editing the images and footage for a grand total of about 400 hours on this project. That is 2.5 hours for every second of this video, which was entirely self-funded and shot purely out of his love for timelapse.
I’m pretty sure that I said “holy crap” out loud at the 1:10-1:20 mark on my first time through. Solid work Paul.
You can find Paul here on his Facebook page.
Photography Bay reader Mayeul Akpovi has been creating fantastic timelapse projects of Paris, France since 2012. His painstaking work has paid off yet again in a fourth video released last week.
His gear used in this video includes:
You can find more of Mayeul’s work here on his website.
This adorable birth announcement video combines live action video with a time lapse shot over a 9 month period. In the 2 days since the video was uploaded, it has over 2.4 million views and counting.
Tom Fletcher notes on his YouTube channel that they took photos every day through the 9 months of their pregnancy to create this fantastic three minute multimedia piece. Additionally, Tom wrote and performed the song “Something New” to go along with their presentation of the new addition to the family.
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