In the eighth episode of their 100 Years of Hair and Makeup series, Cut Video provides a visual history of the past 100 years of Russian beauty as demonstrated by a model named Anya Zaytseva whose hair, accessories and makeup are styled in correlation with that of each decade.
Two golden retriever brothers, Colby and Bleu, have been fascinating the internet for a week now – after Chris Cardinal, their owner, uploaded a time-lapse video of the two pups racing to eat their dinner. The video shows the dogs racing...Show More Summary
Scientist and part-time filmmaker Tyler Hulett created this beautiful springtime time-lapse video of Mount Hood, the highest mountain in Oregon, as part of his ongoing Discover Oregon video series. Experience the diverse moods of Oregon’s magnificent Mt. Hood! From starry night timelapse to gorgeous macro wildflower cinematography – ‘Mt. Hood in Spring’ showcases this gem […]
I don’t know about you, but I’d eat the hell out of that thing, even though my stomach (and arteries) might hate me later for it. The recipe is super simple: Make some scrambled eggs, dunk the Big Mac in the mixture, cover with panko crumbs, and then deep fry the whole thing. Show More Summary
Remarkable time-lapse film shows the Northern Lights dancing in the twilight skies over Alberta, Canada, following a string of strong solar storms. Video courtesy of Alan Dyer. See more of his work on his photo blog, photo galleries, Flickr and Vimeo. Like him on Facebook. And, visit AmazingSky.com to discover his “how-to” ebook on shooting just these types of scenes and videos.
Terms like “food porn” may have passed their heyday, perhaps “_______ porn” is a passé phrase anyhow, but it felt apropos for this short spot for Marks & Spencers by foodfilm. The piece employs time-lapse to great effect, showcasing the process of a meal, lots of macro close-ups so you truly connect to the food,... Continue reading ?
Screenshot via Youtube Part of the mystique of modern prefab homes is the basic premise that they can be assembled rather easily. This idea is on full display in this newly released time-lapse footage of a revamped Jean Prouvé 6...
Billy Chasen has created an endearing time-lapse video that splices together talking head shots of the host of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart over the years–including those times John Oliver ran the desk. I’ve been watching The Daily Show ever since Jon Stewart took over for Craig Kilborn and I declared, “this’ll never work!” […]
So you want to take video with your iPhone, because you realize that it’s a fantastic camera with some great features like slo-mo and time-lapse, and you also know that the best camera for any video or photo shoot is … Read more ›
In this time-lapse video, we see this Bebeh Duckster grow big and strong starting on Day One! Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: Bebeh Duckster
An unusual video clip has surfaced online that jams Jon Stewart’s 16-year career as host of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” into two minutes. Here it is:
There’s more than a month to go before Jon Stewart officially signs off for the last time as host of The Daily Show, so the homilies and encomiums are still a little ways off. But before the endless tributes to the man who revolutionized the late-night comedy format begin, perhaps it’s best to start with an overview of his 16 years as host. Show More Summary
An amazing time-lapse of snippets from 17 seasons of "The Daily Show" is going viral.
A behind-the-scenes time-lapse look at Alexia Sinclair's fantastical portrait…
Being the leader of the free world can age a man, as we've seen with President Barack Obama. But so can hosting a comedy news program for more than 16 years. A new time-lapse video pays tribute to Jon Stewart's many years at the helm...Show More Summary
Take a look at how much the beloved host has changed
Jon Stewart's run on "The Daily Show" is coming to an end. To celebrate his nearly 17 years on the show, YouTuber Billy Chasen put together a time-lapse video of Stewart's run -- and he ages like a president, which makes sense considering he's been covering news from behind the show's anchor desk for the length of four presidential terms. Show More Summary
Using a technique called time-lapse microscopy, scientists have actually been able to “film” the death of a white blood cell. The painstaking work involved taking hundreds of microscope photos and then viewing them sequentially in rapid succession to produce a motion picture. Show More Summary
The comedian will step down this fall, and this video lets us see how far he’s come.
Photographer and cinematographer Beno Saradzic made this haunting short film out of several time-lapse sequences shot separately over several months at the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Center in Abu Dhabi, UAE.