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My how things have changed on the streets of New York City in the past 8 years. Street Films commemorates it all in this awesome video montage shot entirely in NYC and its surrounding boroughs. Watch footage from 2005, 2009, 2011, and 2013 in several nooks and crannies that make the Big Apple so special. The filmmaker made this short as a way to get Mayor Bill de Blasio excited about further improving the transportation system in the city that never sleeps. The short aims to promote more space for efficient modes of transport and slower speed limits. Learn more about Street Films here.
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The set for the Center Rep's stage production of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol took three days to build, but watch its construction in just 60 seconds in this sweet time-lapse! See another holiday tradition that's just as fun as going to a musical, but slightly creepier.
One of our extremely talented viewers, Paul Richardson, spent 8 weeks biking 200 miles around London, carrying about 50 pounds of camera equipment, to make this incredible video. Because of bad weather during the day, Paul decided to film his time-lapses at night, creating a beautiful view of the other city that never sleeps.
The synchronizing of these students is a bit trippy. These pink-suited schoolgoers have perfect alignment in this presentation.
This beautiful time-lapse video, put together for a Veteran's Day fundraising campaign, captured the transformation of Jim Wolf, a homeless United States Army Veteran. For decades, Wolf has been at war, battling poverty and alcoholism. But, Dégagé Ministries, a nonprofit organization dedicated to aiding the homeless, gave Wolf the opportunity of a lifetime: the chance to undergo a complete physical makeover and the ability to turn his life around.
You've probably seen a form of "light painting," where typically there is a person using a flashlight and long exposures to create a one-of-a-kind photo. Pixelstick works off this concept but takes it to a whole new level by allowing the user to plug an SD card, loaded with any image they choose, to the Pixelstick, to create amazing photos and even cooler animations.
Emily Helck is one extremely brave woman. After being diagnosed with breast cancer last year, Emily began a journey to remission. When she realized that writing in a journal only brought out the dark side of what she was going through, she decided that a blog would be a better way to express herself while also giving other women some hope.
This video shows just how easy it is to make movies like a pro on the iPhone 5s (minus the fact that this one was professionally lit). Check out the sweet effects that shooting in 120 fps can get you with a little practice.
See in time-lapse a giant pumpkin grow from a little seed, to an engorged gourd weighing over 600 pounds!
Time-lapse videos are one of our favorite things. The Burning Man festival recently went underway in the Nevada desert. From a mountaintop miles away, this photographer shot an amazing time-lapse of the event.