The art of Time Lapsing!

As an amateur photographer, I am always excited to see great pieces of work.  The kind of work you wish you created yourself. Keith Ladzinski and Andrew Burr (to name a few talents in the climbing world) consistently pump out material I wish I could.  But more, there is a huge world out there of skilled artists that are experimenting and perfecting their crafts every day.  When I see good work, I realize how much of a thug I am with a camera.  I know nothing.  Here are two time lapsing clips I saw last night.  Time lapsing is taking a series of pictures and stitching them together to create an effect that looks like a film, but more edgy.  It’s pretty dope. Enjoy.

Everyone Forever Now – “Stoop Sitting” from Everynone on Vimeo.

Everyone Forever Now – “Tanning” from Everynone on Vimeo.

  • Hey Sonnie, Those are cools vids! Is started shooting some myself.

    Here’s my first: http://vimeo.com/15639319

    Peace!

  • max

    Hey, as a Canadian, amateur photographer and outdoor junkie… You’ll certainly like this vid (and maybe the other 2 episodes)
    http://vimeo.com/15520629

  • Cool links Sonnie! Check out this time lapse promo from my upcoming documentary about Stoney Point here in Los Angeles.
    http://vimeo.com/15185035

  • Sonnie Trotter

    THANKS for the comments and the links guys. Sincerely. Keep up the good work. I appreciate the sharing.

  • Neel

    If you’re interested in timelapse, check out Philip Bloom’s site, he’s got a tonne of great info.

    Also, check out Ross Ching’s work: http://vimeo.com/3551875

    I also absolutely love this one of Vancouver: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xMz2SnSWS4