Boston Layer-Lapse from Julian Tryba on Vimeo.

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.

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To learn more about this project, my background, and my gear, please visit: kessleru.com/2014/10/what-drives-you
Motion Control: Kessler CineDrive kesslercrane.com

Technical Information:
Hours Spent Shooting~ 100
Hours Spent Editing~ 350
# of Drafts/Iterations~800
Photos Taken~ 150,000
Data~ 6TB
Avg # of Layers/clip ~35

Music: A big thanks to Alex Adair for making the song “Make Me Feel Better” and giving me permission to use it.
soundcloud.com/alexadair

Programs: SpectraLayers Pro 2, Lightroom, After Effects, Photoshop, Excel, LRTimelapse, and Premier Pro

Cameras/lenses: Canon 6D, 7D, 16-35, 24-105, Tokina 11-16

Locations: Port of Boston, Hancock Tower, Memorial Drive, MIT Stata Center, Harborwalk, Wharf District Park, Chandler Plaza, Convention Center, North Point Park, State St., Boston Commons, Pier 4 (pier4boston.com/), Greenway, Customs Tower, Boston Harbor Hotel (bhh.com/), and Deer Island Park

Clips can be licensed and customized to other pieces of music, email me if you are interested: juliantphotography@gmail.com

I’m aware of a couple photographers that have done similar work including Fong Qi Wei’s “Time in Motion” series which definitely influenced me, and Geoff Tompkinson’s “Chicago toccata & fugue”. If anyone is working on a similar style, please feel free to reach out to me, I’d love to exchange ideas.

"The past is not gone, and the future isn’t non-existent; the past, the future, and present are all existing [now] in exactly the same way." Max Tegmark

Way to early for this.  (at James DeCamp Photography)

Way to early for this. (at James DeCamp Photography)

The fine art of fertilizer photography. 
(http://www.JamesDeCamp.com | 614-367-6366) #JDeCampPhoto  (at ScottsMiracle-Gro World Headquarters)

The fine art of fertilizer photography.
(http://www.JamesDeCamp.com | 614-367-6366) #JDeCampPhoto (at ScottsMiracle-Gro World Headquarters)

Fringe benefits of shooting for Scott’s Miracle-Gro: first pick of 500lbs of tomatoes. 
(http://www.JamesDeCamp.com | 614-367-6366) #JDeCampPhoto  (at ScottsMiracle-Gro World Headquarters)

Fringe benefits of shooting for Scott’s Miracle-Gro: first pick of 500lbs of tomatoes.
(http://www.JamesDeCamp.com | 614-367-6366) #JDeCampPhoto (at ScottsMiracle-Gro World Headquarters)

Jazz great Gerald Wilson gone too early at 96 (at James DeCamp Photography)

Jazz great Gerald Wilson gone too early at 96 (at James DeCamp Photography)

Warbird Pilot: Behind the Visor from Rob W. Scribner on Vimeo.

Some people see pilots as fearless, confident, arrogant, but they are no different than you or me, just willing to put it all on the line to keep our warbirds legacy alive at their own personal sacrifice.

This mini doc. is to show what it’s like to be a warbird pilot. These guys are keeping our history alive by flying and maintaining these legacy aircraft for future generations. Some of these guys were born into the life style, while others that have worked their way into the small community. Most pilots come off as fearless, confident, and sometimes arrogant but there is a reason for this. Fear can get you killed up in the air but confidence can get you home safely! We explore the aspects of flying these birds, the bad/difficult parts, the passion behind it/why they do it, the tragedies, the joys and the fears of this life style. John-Curtiss Paul talks about the life of maintaining and flying the old birds but also the life he potential leaves behind with each flight. There are only a handful of people in the world that are even capable of doing what John-Curtiss Paul does.

Directed by - Rob W. Scribner
Director of Photography - Rob W. Scribner
Producer - Melissa Thompson, John-Curtiss Paul
Camera Operators - Rob W. Scribner, Melissa Thompson
Editor - Rob W. Scribner
Post Audio Producer - Eric Bower
Talent - John-Curtiss Paul, Mark Peterson, Chauncey Reese, Gavin Thompson, Sander Curtiss Paul
Music From - The Music Bed
Music By -
Troy Anderson - Open Arms
Dexter Britain - Did you feel
Mark Doubleday - Sunrise

Most of this project was filmed on the FS100 but we also use a 7D, 60D, and Go-pro Footage. The FS100 was the A cam; we did not have a ton of lenses to work with…mainly the 18-200mm Sony E-mount and a 20mm Sony E-mount 2.8 which worked great for fast shooting. The trick for us was making good use of the Tiffen ND filters. We shot all the interviews at 24p and most of the Broll in 60p (S & Q). There were a few times I change to 1080 60p internal to the cam because I wanted to capture audio that I could use later in post but also want to slow it down to 24p. The 7D, which was our B cam also had a stock lens, the 18-135mm Canon EF. This was also the cam we used for the time-lapse shots. We had to be scrappy when making this project which was actually really fun. The project was finished up and edited in Premiere Pro CC.

Everest -A time lapse short film from Elia Saikaly on Vimeo.

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For stock footage requests please visit: adventurestockvideo.com

Experience the beauty of Mt. Everest at night in time-lapse. While most climbers slept, I attempted to capture some of the magic that the Himalayan skies have to offer while climbing to the top of the world.

Here’s a bit of what I endured at the end to make this possible: eliasaikaly.com/2013/05/into-the-death-zone/

One of the most rewarding parts of the journey was being able to share it with thousands of students on findinglife.ca

This time lapse video is comprised of thousands of photographs, processed and assembled on Mt. Everest.

Shot on a Canon 5D Mark II
-Canon 2.8 16-35mm
-Canon 2.8 24-70mm
-Canon 2.8 70-200mm (which was way to heavy to carry beyond 6400M)
-TL Remote was purchased off eBay

Edited in Final Cut Pro
Processed in Adobe LightRoom
Movies compiled in Quicktime

Music: A Heartbeat away purchased on goo.gl/AJZcM

I hope you enjoy it. If you do, please leave a comment and let me know what you think.

My stock footage, professional and charitable work can be see on my website at eliasaikaly.com
And on FB: facebook.com/elia.saikaly.adventurer

Sarah Hout Mural Artist Time-lapse from James D. DeCamp on Vimeo.

5 day time-lapse of Mural Artist Sarah Hout completing a mural at the Kifle Shoe Boutique on High Street in Columbus Ohio. #3M3W #sarahthehout @JDeCampPhoto
Music by Andrew Clark.
(© James D. DeCamp | Jim@JamesDeCamp.com | 614-367-6366)

Veolia Water Treatment Apparatus Time-lapse from James D. DeCamp on Vimeo.

A three month time-lapse documenting the construction of a water purification apparatus at the Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies plant in Vandalia Ohio. (© James D. DeCamp | JamesDeCamp.com | 614-367-6366)

An interesting find at a garden store. Combination tin deer fan and piggybank???  
(http://www.JamesDeCamp.com | 614-367-6366) #JDeCampPhoto  (at Barnes Nursery)

An interesting find at a garden store. Combination tin deer fan and piggybank???
(http://www.JamesDeCamp.com | 614-367-6366) #JDeCampPhoto (at Barnes Nursery)

Reverance from Michael Holder on Vimeo.

Veterans Day project,
Blue Ash, Ohio.

Nov 10, 2013

Someday soon your going to be a big strong plant!
(http://www.JamesDeCamp.com | 614-367-6366) #JDeCampPhoto  (at ScottsMiracle-Gro World Headquarters)

Someday soon your going to be a big strong plant!
(http://www.JamesDeCamp.com | 614-367-6366) #JDeCampPhoto (at ScottsMiracle-Gro World Headquarters)

So much memory. So little time.  Doing my quarterly “I’m gonna to wipe you out” low level formatting of all my chips. 
(http://www.JamesDeCamp.com | 614-367-6366) #JDeCampPhoto  (at James DeCamp Photography)

So much memory. So little time. Doing my quarterly “I’m gonna to wipe you out” low level formatting of all my chips.
(http://www.JamesDeCamp.com | 614-367-6366) #JDeCampPhoto (at James DeCamp Photography)

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