3 Jahre Aufnahmezeit und über 1 Million Bilder hat Keith Loutit im folgenden großartigen Timelapse-Film über Singapur verarbeitet. „The Lion City II – Majulah“ ist Hommage an den kleinsten Staat Südostasiens.

When we pass by landscapes they appear fixed in time, but they change around us constantly. The idea behind this film is to reveal this change by returning to the same camera positions over the years.
Special thanks to Michael for the composing the amazing soundtrack, and for keeping me motivated over the past few years of shooting. This was a long term collaboration with Michael who visited every year from Copenhagen so we could develop the music and footage side by side, each influencing the other. We’ve had a lot of requests for the soundtrack and Michael is making it available for your personal listening for free – listen or download at: sepiaproductions.net
* Update – to answer the most common question, no the long term construction moves are not CGI. The most significant post work was blending shots from different times of day, or different days into composites.

Checkt das, es lohnt sich! Fullscreen!


Kamil Piechowiak war in Marokko unterwegs und hat von dort ein ganz starkes Timelapse-Video mitgebracht. Schaut euch das auf jeden Fall einmal an.

„The Third Eye“:

‘The Third Eye. A Blinding Moroccan Experience’ is a video shot entirely using the timelapse technique, which lays emphasis on the unique energy and vibe of Morocco. The third eye is a gate leading to another space and dimension, where you can see more. Morocco dazzles, awes with its rich history, culture and the variety of landscapes. This video is the record of our unique experience and the incredible joy of creating in this magical, mysterious country.


Ein immer wieder ein beliebtes Objekt für Timelapse-Filmer ist der Himmel, in allen Formen und Farben. Auch „Skylight“ zeigt den Himmel, den Himmel sowohl über das Stadt, als auch über Land.

Die Besonderheit des Film von Chris Pritchard: Das Bildmaterial für seinen Timelapse-Clip hat er über 6 Jahre gesammelt und dann aus tausenden von Shots einen 3:16 Minuten langen Film geschaffen.

Die Liste der Städte, in denen er sein Material aufgezeichnet hat, kann sich ebenfalls sehen lassen.

Please watch in full screen with sound on for best experience. This film is available in 4K – click the HD button and select 4K to view in 4K.
Whether in the city or a rural area, surrounded by nature or man-made things, there is but one constant – the sky. Regardless of our lifestyle or surroundings, the sky is always there above us to put on a show. „Skylight” is a collection of dramatic sky shows, captured from a wide variety of locations.
Shooting timelapse has taught me to sit back and take in the world around me. After six years and thousands of shots captured, I’ve seen some special and memorable events in our skies. No matter how dramatic the location, the sky holds the power to make a good view great, and to mesmerize us with the wonders of the world – within our atmosphere and beyond.
This collection of unique moments was captured from mountaintops to rooftops to coastline, at locations including: 
Los Angeles • Chicago • NYC • Tokyo • Singapore • Sydney • New Zealand • Big Sur • Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest • CARMA • Eastern Sierra • Death Valley • Yosemite • Vermillion Cliffs • Mojave Desert


In den Höhlen Neuseelands gibt es Glühwürmer, und was tun sie: Glühen! Und das auf eine ganz großartige Art und Weise.

Und wie, seht ihr jetzt hier!

A Time-lapse of New Zealand’s Glowworm caves as they have never been seen before. Filming this involved sleeping in caves for multiple days in complete darkness with just the sounds of the cave to keep us company (and the occasional eel). Read the full story of how we pulled this off on our blog: http://bit.ly/GlowwormTimeLapse

UPDATE: This video won New Zealand Geographic’s 2015 Photographer of the Year award in the Time-lapse category


Das ist Natur in seiner schönsten Form. Die Lofoten sind eine norwegische Inselgruppe und wie alle diesen nördlichen Länder mit fantastischer Natur und unglaublichen Lichtverhältnissen, für Naturaufnahmen perfekt geeignet.

Das dachte sich auch Jose A. Hervas und reiste 14 Tage und 2300 km durch die Lofoten, um das folgende Video von dort mitzubringen.

Please view full screen with HD on and volume loud if possible.
An amazing 14 days touring the Lofoten islands, from Tromson to Reine, more than 2,300 km, a truly unforgettable life experience.

An adventure shared with my great friend Jesus Hermana. Together, we enjoyed many of the beautiful spots of Lofoten and its magic northern lights, the Aurora Borealis.

I virtually planned the entire trip with the help of Photopills app, which is a crucial tool for me. It helps me predict everything, the movement of the Sun, the Moon and the Milky Way, together with many other useful tools that make planning and shooting my ideas much easier.

For the movement of the camera, I used the Mslider dolly. A unique tool to produce great camera movements in a simple way.

The equipment used was composed by 3 cameras, the Canon 5D Mark III, the Canon 6D and the Canon 5Dsr, together with several Canon lenses and the Mslider dolly.

Special thanks to Canon Spain for lending me the superb Canon 5Dsr. I really enjoyed its high performance and quality.


Tim Peake, ein Astronaut der ESA hat uns mit einem beeindruckenden Clip aus der Umlaufbahn der Erde beglückt, in dem man ein Gewitter mit den dazugehörigen Blitz sieht.

Und das Ganze einmal aus dieser Sicht zu sehen, ist wirklich fantastisch. Unreal!



Ein ganz starkes Winter-Timelapse aus Edinburgh, Schottland von Youtuber Adam Robertson. Checkt das!

This time-lapse compilation is the third in a series of Edinburgh focused films that aim to show off the beauty and awe of the city of Edinburgh.

The film is shot over the winter season and features the Edinburgh Christmas markets frequently throughout the compilation. With all scenes being shot after dark and in 4k, this is one of my most challenging films to date.

Boston, auch eine dieser riesen Metropolen der USA. Julian Tryba hat dort ein Layer-Lapse Film gedreht. Unzähliges Bildmaterial hat er dafür gesammelt und zusammen geschnitten.

Layer-Lapse bezeichnet die Technik, in der Material aus verschiedenen Bildern, Zeitpunkten und sogar von verschiedenen Orten übereinander gelegt und zu einem Timelapse-Film zusammen gebaut wird.

Komplizierter kann man es auch so ausdrücken:

„Traditional time-lapses are constrained by the idea that there is a single universal clock. In the spirit of Einstein’s relativity theory, layer-lapses assign distinct clocks to any number of objects or regions in a scene. Each of these clocks may start at any point in time, and tick at any rate. The result is a visual time dilation effect known as layer-lapse.“

Sehr interessant, sieht verdammt gut aus!