One artist is putting an interesting twist on the concept of cubism. In this time-lapse video, a single pair of hands belonging to artist Kyudan arranges 240 Rubik’s Cubes into a stunning Poké-picture 15 cubes wide and 16 cubes tall....Show More Summary
An awesome time-lapse video of the installation of the swimming pool that was installed in Omaha, NE for the U.S. Olympic Trials back in 2012. This isn’t what we usually think of when somebody mentions an “above-ground pool.”
Watch as a flood of green light washes over the Earth and the space station in a lovely time-lapse video.
Oregon-based time-lapse photographer Tyler Hulett traveled to Hawaii recently to capture the otherworldly beauty of the volcano.
Monday’s wild weather had people throughout the Northeast running for cover, but it also led to some great photos and videos. Henrik Moltke of The Intercept captured this footage of a lightning bolt striking the Empire State Building in New York City. Show More Summary
How have I never heard of Dry Tortugas National Park until now? It’s a little over 100 km west of Key West, Florida, in the Gulf of Mexico. It’s pretty remote, accessible only by boat or seaplane, and has an interesting history. It’s...Show More Summary
On July 20, 2015, NASA released to the world the first image of the sunlit side of Earth captured by the space agency’s EPIC camera on NOAA’s DSCOVR satellite. The camera has now recorded a full year of life on Earth from its orbit at...Show More Summary
NASA's EPIC camera has captured one year's worth of images of Earth. NASA compiled 3,000 of these images into a time-lapse. YouTube link The Presurfer
Time lapse photography offers a visually stunning experience for the viewer. It is the meeting ground between videography and photography. You have probably stumbled upon some amazing works of time-lapse and it inspired you to showcase your artistic talent. Creating a time lapse is not as hard as it may seem. Check out our recommendations […]
No matter how many people on the Internet would like to convince you otherwise, the Earth is a giant ball spinning through space at very high speeds, which makes it particularly difficult to photograph. NASA is up to the challenge, though,...Show More Summary
About three weeks before NASA's Juno spacecraft entered its orbit around Jupiter, it began to take images of its approach. NASA compiled these images to create an awesome time-lapse movie of Juno's approach, capturing the captivating...Show More Summary
“Not all who wander are lost…some are just storm chasing.” Today the Department of Awesome Natural Phenomena is marveling at this extraordinary time-lapse video created by storm chaser and wedding photographer Mike Olbinski. After 18...Show More Summary
A storm glass is a contraption which was invented in the 18th century as a (not very effective) weather forecast device. As NightHawkInLight demonstrates, when its crystal-growing action is sped up, it looks like a self-operating snow globe. DIY video here.
Mike Olbinksi is a wedding photographer based out of Arizona. He’s also a storm chaser, and creates jaw-dropping time-lapse animations of weather systems that have to be seen to be believed (like “Monsoon II”, and one of a Texas supercell...Show More Summary
Watch 18 days of storm chasing condensed to 5 minutes of tumultuous, roiling, supernatural sky and storms.
On the ground you might see grass and fallen leaves, but underneath a whole world is working away. Insects bury their way for food and shelter, fungi breaks down organic material, and roots grow to find nutrients and water. Josh Williams repurposed an old scanner and buried it in soil. Show More Summary
Mike Olbinski recently spent 18 days and drove some 20,000 miles to capture one of nature's most powerful forces on camera, and in doing so has created one of the most compelling time-lapse videos we've seen in a long time. He shot some...Show More Summary