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See those explosions of light against the backdrop of our ever-spinning Earth? They are meteors burning through our planet’s mesosphere, captured from the International Space Station in a time-lapse made of 316 still frames by astronaut Don Pettit.
When you love the story you are telling, it shows. It can’t be faked. Such is the case with this breathtaking time-lapse video of Yosemite and the Sierras. It took filmmaker Shawn Reeder two years of shooting to make this staggering piece of beauty he calls Yosemite Range of Light. Go full screen HD or go home.
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A lot happens in Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window, all of it dutifully overseen by a wheelchair-bound photographer from a single spot. But to take in absolutely everything that Jimmy Stewart’s character does in the course of the film, you need to see this time-lapse, which stitches together an entire panorama from that single vantage point.
GigaPan, if you recall, is that incredible technology that stitches together hundreds of photos into a single, ultra-high-resolution image which you can zoom in and out of to view minuscule details. Now, GigaPan has updated their project so you’re zooming in and out of moving pictures – time lapses. So you’re not only flying through space, but also through time! It’s called the GigaPan Time Machine.