I like this article because Kara Swisher actually gets the history right. Read my series on this starting with Can I move to a Better Simulation Please?.
An abstract timelapse of the California coast.
The sequences were shot over about six hours using a Sony RX100V, f5.6, 1 second exposure, ND3 filter and ISO 80 to around 250 depending on the light. Most of the frames are from the Marin headlands, one sequence is from Sutro Baths in San Francisco.
Post production used Lightroom and LRTimelapse. I skipped LRTimelapse rendering and wrote a custom application to mirror the frames (for this video mirroring is left/right top/bottom and for one sequence both). I then used ffmpeg to render each mirrored sequence and Premiere Elements to edit them together. Finally I added music with Filmstro.
If anyone is interested in the mirroring application post a comment below and I'll tidy it up a bit and release it.
This timelapse is absolutely inspired by the main title sequence for Bosch on Amazon Video.
Timelapse of Bangalore (Bengaluru) in Karnataka, India:
The segments in order are:
- Sunrise from the 11th floor of the Shangri-La hotel.
- Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace. This chap had rocket propelled swords.
- Lalbagh Botanical Garden. Shot looking over the Peninsular Gneiss Rock, one of the oldest in the world.
- Krishna Rajendra (KR) flower market.
- Bangalore Palace.
- High Court of Karnataka from Cubbon Park.
- Finally sunset, again from the Shangri-La.
Some photos from a visit to the Fitzgerald Marine Reserve: Harbor Seals, Sea Stars, a Chiton, a Hermit Crab and a Sea Anemone.
Back in 2016 I shared an idea for a tool that would automatically arrange meetings to maximize stretches of production time. As a marketing genius I called it Meeting Defragmenter.
I just read about Clockwise, a startup that is doing exactly this. Right now it supports GSuite and it looks like Office365 is coming soon. Can't wait to try it!
A timelapse portrait of San Francisco on New Year's Eve 2019:
The video features the view from Inspiration Point, The Palace of Fine Arts, Union Square, Crissy Field, The Ferry Building, Music Concourse in Golden Gate Park, Market Street and the sun setting over downtown shot from Twin Pearks.
Kidlapse is now live. This is a service I've been working on that uses machine learning to recognize faces and then rotate and zoom you so get pretty good alignment between each photo. You upload one photo per month and Kidlapse then creates a timelapse movie of your child growing up. If that sounds like something you'd be interested in sign up and give it a try.
Here are a couple of sample videos created using Kidlapse: