A tilt-shift time-lapse film by Joerg Daiber. The annual Berlin Marathon in adorable miniature size. See thousands of runners floating the streets of Berlin like tiny ants. YouTube link (thanks Cora) The Presurfer
A runner has recorded the spectacular changing scenery of his regular route in a mesmerizing time-lapse video. Cinematographer Jeff Dougherty repeatedly braved rain, snow and other elements over the course of 17 months to capture the...Show More Summary
Ben Canales is an amazing astrophotographer, specializing in time-lapse animations of the night sky (see, for example, this, this, and this). He recently got his hands on a Canon MH20f-SH: A ridiculously sensitive camera capable of a...Show More Summary
Watch how Michael Avon Oeming brings DC Comics/Young Animal's "Cave Carson Has a Cybernetic Eye" to life, step by step. The post EXCLUSIVE: Mike Oeming Draws Cave Carson in Time-Lapse Video appeared first on CBR.com.
NASA's Cassini mission stared at Saturn for nearly 44 hours in April 2016, capturing four Saturn days in a time-lapse video and the footage is nothing short of stunning. From April 25 to April 26, 2016 the spacecraft stayed in...
What are the different types of phone photography lenses available? Let's cut to the chase: your Android phone's camera is a powerful little tool. With it you can capture vivid video, professional portraits, trippy time-lapses, and so...Show More Summary
An immensely satisfying time-lapse video of luthier (string instrument maker) and plectrier (pick maker) Patrick Hufschmid as he creates one of his gorgeous hand-built electric guitars. The sped-up carpentry sounds are just as awesome as the imagery.
On Monday, member countries will convene at the United Nations headquarters in New York City for a summit on the global refugee crisis. They will try to agree on a more humane, coordinated response. The crisis has reached unprecedented proportions. There are upward of 65.3 million forcibly displaced people worldwide. A third of them are in […]
Today on Highlight Reel we have sweet Fallout heelys, unique FIFA celebrations, Overwatch plays, confused horses, and much more! Read more...
Time-lapse footage from the Bombardier Carriage Works in Derby, England, where workers have built train cars since 1839. It’s amazing to see these machines birthed out of what seems like thin air. These modern cars are for the UK’s Elizabeth line.
Watch an ordinary block of wood carved into an intricate sculpture of a howling wolf by artist WieselRobot. If you’re wondering about the smaller wolf in the background, he also hand-sculpted that from clay.
It’s a standing joke that creationists demand a complete time-lapse recording of evolution before they’re going to believe it. Joke no more: we’ve got one. It’s a movie of bacteria evolving antibiotic resistance. I don’t even need to explain it, because the video explains everything that’s going on. Different old joke now: But they’re still…
As the country marks the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, a multisite photography exhibition looks at how the World Trade Center ? and its absence ? has defined New York’s skyline over the decades. Camilo José...Show More Summary
NASA used the Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC), to capture images of our planet over the course of a year – once every 2 hours at a distance of 1 million miles – then assembled them into a time-lapse. Scientist Jay Herman narrates and explains their mission.
This exclusive clip shows Oscar Isaac turning bad in 'X-men: Apocalypse.' Using time-lapse photography, we follow his daily journey to Apocalypse. Part of the film's Blu-Ray release Oct. 4.
This time-lapse you see here is among the most compelling visualizations of evolution we've ever seen. It's also a little frightening. The post A Gorgeous—and Unsettling—Video of Evolution in Action appeared first on WIRED.
From the U.S. Botanic Garden.
Want to watch my super-professional video of Moby flowering? Of course you do! And here it is, only 28 seconds long. My beloved whale’s tongue agave (Agave ovatifolia) bloomed this year, as regular readers know. I long ago dubbed it Moby, and I’ve watched it grow in two of my gardens for 11 years. Show More Summary