- Top 10 Timelapse Photography Videos of the Year 2013
- Interesting Photo of the Day: Dog Experiences Snow for the First Time
- The Making of a Winter Wonderland Commercial Composite Photograph (Video)
Posted: 17 Dec 2013 04:29 PM PST
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2013 has seen some truly beautiful photography and videography, but there’s nothing like a well-crafted timelapse to blow your socks off and inspire you to grow as a photographer. With that in mind, this is a list of the ten most popular Vimeo timelapses to date from this year, based on each video’s play count and number of comments and likes (for those of you reading this by email, the timelapse videos can be seen here):
1. "A supercell near Booker, Texas" by Mike Olbinski
2. "Adrift" by Simon Christen
3. "Time-Lapse | Earth" by Bruce W. Berry Jr.
4. "NIGHTVISION" by Luke Shepard
5. "Dubai Timelapse" by dimid
6. "Nambian Nights" by Marsel Van Oosten (Squiver)
7. "Macro Timelapse" by Daniel Csobot
8. "MIDTOWN" by Drew Geraci
9. "Adventure is Calling" by Shane Black
10. "Mirror City Timelapse" by Michael Shainblum
Have a favorite timelapse from this list? We’d love to hear what struck your fancy and why!
If none of these timelapses hit the spot for you, check out some of the others we’ve covered lately, such as Richard Gottardo’s “Northern Lights Timelapse,” Joe Capra’s “RIO,” Bevan Percival’s twin timelapses of New Zealand, and Joel Schat’s “Albuquerque Balloon Festival.”
Or better yet, learn how to create a timelapse for yourself through Dustin Farrell’s “Time-Lapse Photography: Start-To-Finish” tutorial or Nathaniel Dodson’s series of detailed walkthroughs for every step of the process. Happy timelapsing!
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Posted: 17 Dec 2013 01:07 PM PST
What’s more magical, more festive, more innocent than seeing snow for the first time? For Tilly, a Border Collie in Oklahoma, the pure joy of bounding about in the white playground for the first time was a fantastic experience. Here, her owner captures the look of wonder and delight as snow gently falls on Tilly’s face:
Using a Nikon D7000 with Tamron 70-300mm f/4-5.6, the photographer (who goes by tgibson12) was able to come out with a crisp image, freezing this perfect moment forever. If you look closely (zoom in on Tilly’s eye), you can even see a reflection of the photographer’s friend as he packs a snowball for the dog to chase!
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Posted: 17 Dec 2013 12:10 PM PST
Think you need to live somewhere cold and snowy to get pictures of a winter wonderland? See how Erik Almas created an icy urban scene for Trondheim Torg Shopping Center without a single snowflake:
To begin the process, Almas used a medium-format camera to shoot frames of a cloudy, snowless day in front of the shopping center in his home town of Trondheim, Norway.
Next, he traveled to a London studio to take pictures of ice sculpture replicas of the shopping center and a model. When shooting the model, he used an assortment of Profoto softboxes to replicate the soft light produced by an overcast sky and snowy landscape.
With the results of his three photo shoots, Almas created a composite of several images that resulted in a magical winter scene.
The final image includes many eye-catching details, such as glowing street lamps, believable shadows, and a textured, snowy sky. It’s hard to believe that the photo began with a plain photo of the shopping center on a dry, grey day.
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