With a heavy heart, John Smith decides to shave off his six-month-old beard. As he uses the classic straight razor, John gets creative. He tries out a few new looks for his temporary mustache. In the end, John says goodbye to all of the facial hair, noting that he will never forget their time together. View Now
No aliens here. Sorry!
Just guys on riding mowers with TOO much time. He literally goes over his backyard four or five times to make this cool crop-circle-looking design. Does it bother you that he missed about half a yard of grass in the process? Maybe he could give us a couple hints about the history of Stonehenge, too. View Now
Tan Nguyen found a nest of robin's eggs in his yard and wanted to make a timelapseof the eggs hatching. So he set up his GoPro and let nature do its work. Except, nature had other plans in mind for the eggs, which didn't involve the chicks inside the nest becoming productive members of society. View Now
Photographer Jeff Frost has released a stunning time-lapse video of the wildfires that ravaged Californa in 2015. The initial release is part of an ongoing project that he calls "Fire Chasers: California on Fire." Frost risked life and limb to get close to the fires and capture these stunning images that show the power and beauty of mother nature. For more images and video of Jeff's breathtaking work, visit his website. View Now
To an artist, the world is their canvas. And to Girl Grey Beauty, she's made her lips a canvas. The makeup artist spent an hour creating a work of art on her lips, and turned it into a fascinating five-minute time lapse. The process itself is a work of art, and can be seen in full here. View Now
Vienna, Austria, is a city rich with history, architectural marvels, and sausages. Although anyone can try their canned cold cuts, not everyone has the opportunity to visit this magnificent city. Luckily, FilmSpektakel put together a storytelling time lapse of the city that is so immersive, you'll want to stamp your passport after watching it.
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Eran Amir went through hours of tedious work to create the amazing stop-motion animation, "Run Baby Run." Amir made multiple models of a baby running, took over 2,500 unique photographs of the baby, and put them all together in this impressive short film. Watch the behind-the-scenes video about Amir's process below:
Behold the superpowers that any Mommy dealing with four kids must possess. Watch as Connie Gibson dresses all three of her 8-month-old triplets and a 2-year-old toddler in this adorable time-lapse video that has gone crazy viral. Watch and see why!
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Tripp the Siberian Husky is in dire need of a haircut. You wouldn't exactly be able to tell just by looking at him, but check out this time-lapse of his owner giving him a good trim. You'll be amazed at all the excess hair he had on him... and there's still some left! Watch. View Now
The blizzard sweeping through the nation has taken the Internet by storm as well. Each and every video has an interesting take on the frost cold front running amok. RightThisMinute staff has scoured through the Internet to find the best videos on the web, and we've got some of the best ones right here for you. View Now
This is awesome. Have you ever thought about how an airplane gets painted? Here is a Southwest Boeing 737 getting painted, and this is just the beginning. It costs between $100,000 and $200,000 to paint a commercial airplane, and it adds a lot of weight to the plane, too. On a 777, for example, about 555 pounds are added to the weight of the plane. View Now
Artist Jody Steel gave this cute little six-year-old peanut an awesome Little Mermaid tattoo sleeve. Obviously none of the art is permanent but seeing a cute girl with a mean sleeve tat is extraordinary. This time lapse is mezmer(maid)izing! View Now
A selfie every day might not keep the doctor away, but it would make a mesmerizing time-lapse. Hugo Cornellier has been taking selfies every day for the past eight years. He was taking them before they were cool. He's already created an awesome time-lapse and now it's time to add another year. View Now
The One World Observatory opened on May 28, 2015. Before that was a decade of contruction on what might be one of the most important buildings in our recent history. A sign that we will never forget, the One World Trade center stands tall over New York City. Watch as EarthCam’s time-lapse spans 11 years of construction in just two minutes. View Now
In the stunning new short film Follow Your Creativity, the filmmaker takes the audience through the UK, France, Spain, Italy, USA, Thailand, Zambia and South Africa, with imagery ranging from breathtaking landscapes to awe-inspiring architecture. Throughout the film, the narrator reminds the audience that life is about being creative; pursuing dreams; and attaining happiness. The imagery coupled with the voiceover make this film into quite the inspirational piece of work. View Now
If you have one night to create a time-lapse video where are you going to go? Well, Las Vegas of course! These photographers found out the city full of life and bright lights 24/7 was the perfect place for a one-night time-lapse. View Now
Winter was wicked cold in Boston. The remaining snow in the city finally melted this past week. Yeah — it's July. Boston got a record 110.6 inches of snow this past winter, and it was contained to a "snow farm" that was once 75 feet high. Apparently the trash under all the snow helped insulate the pile, delaying the melting process. No, really.
Our very own community manager Heather captured this amazingly beautiful and breathtaking timelapse footage of the city that never sleeps, New York City. The views are courtesy of the One World Observatory. View Now
So much awesomeness here. In this time lapse, puppies are running for dinner, slipping on wooden floors, and growing right before your eyes, from 11-week-old puppies to nine-month-old dogs. Play it again! Play it again!
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