[VEGAS IN MOTION] shows the movement of Las Vegas! The entire video is a montage of various different time lapses that I shot all around Las Vegas. Most of the time lapses have been shot from my hotel rooms at the Excalibur Hotel, Monte Carlo, & Caesars Palace! After watching Phillip Blooms Las Vegas Time Lapse video, I was inspired to create my own. Las Vegas is one of my new favorite cities and I really wanted to show the world how amazing the vegas strip really is. I shot the entire video on my Canon Rebel T2i DSLR using a Shoot Timer Remote. Please share this with all of your friends!!!
Here is a sneak preview to a video I have been working on for a long time now! “Miami In Motion” is a video I have been working on that consists of time lapses from all around Miami. I have a few more time lapses to shoot and then I will be editing this video! I’m excited for this project and I can’t wait to release it! Stay tuned!!
This is my first official time-lapse of the Miami skyline! I was shooting the skyline across the bay by the MacArthur Causeway. This time lapse was created by using 5 second intervals on the Shoot Timer Remote. All together it took 598 photos to complete this time-lapse and almost 2 hours!
I have always admired time lapse videos! I think it is one of the coolest effects you can do and I really love watching them. I wanna start doing my own time lapse videos so I looked at random videos on youtube to kinda get an idea of what to do and I came across the video above! That video is incredible. It is very well put together with the editing and music! I plan on doing a lot of my own time lapse videos soon. I’m going to Vegas next month and I will definitely be doing one while I’m there as well as other photos! The way I used to do time lapse videos never looked right. I used to lock down my Panasonic DVX 100B video camera on a tripod, press record and let it run for a while and then take it into Final Cut and speed it up. That way kinda works but it definitely doesn’t work if you’re trying to do a sunrise/sunset or an extended period of time! With a DSLR it’s so much easier and it actually works! I’ll post up my own time lapse videos when they’re created!