The Tale of Kat and Dog: A Holland Cool Movie

I like Amsterdam and in my view one must no longer necessarily apply this beautiful city. Iamsterdam. Holland.com still has a 17 gdreht minute image film without Weed, highlighting the advantages of the city very nice…

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The Tale of Kat and Dog: A Holland Cool Movie

Hong Kong Timelapse & Hyperlapse

The photographer Kirill Neiezhmakov has become the metropolis of Hong Kong pre-buttoned and offers us a dynamic trip on boat, in trains and by day and Night. With many bustling vehicles and even more lights. Impressing Video an impressive city!

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Hong Kong Timelapse & Hyperlapse

New Zealand – Land of light and shadow

New Zealand - Land of light and shadow

From a European perspective Zealand looks like the land of dreams for nature lovers. Dense forests alternate with deserts and hills from, and everything looks unreal. The New Zealand Photographer Stephen Patience has the Video „New Zealand – Land of light and shadow“ released, in which he, however, focuses not only on the nature of his homeland. Equally important it was to him that is, capture the change between light and shadow. He presented his camera always just before the Golden hour and began a Time Lapse, as the sun disappeared on the horizon. And while the color of the sky changes within a short time, also made the landscape changing through, when she was not hit by the warm sunshine. Patience traveled regularly for his recordings by New Zealand and began his pictures in all corners of the country a. As a reward was his video to the finalists „Photographer of the Year“ from „New Zealand Geographic„.

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New Zealand - Land of light and shadow

The Shanghai Tower

the Shanghai Tower with its 632 Meters at the moment the second tallest building in the world, right after the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. Joe Nafis has the construction of the 128 storey skyscraper of 2011 until its completion in summer 2015 filmed and turned the whole thing into a beautiful varied Hyperlapsefilm Shanghai.

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The Shanghai Tower | Shanghai Tower

Miniature Madras Tilt-Shift

In India, every year in April, the Mylapore Kapaleeswarar Temple Festival. This year the spectacle of the masses in full color full of roads was Made in Madras held in chic tilt-shift optics…

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Mylapore Kapaleeswarar Temple Festival - Miniature Timelapse HD - Made in Madras

Paolo Pettigiani dive Central Park in candyfloss

the 24 year old photographer and graphic designer Paolo Pettigiani has the Central Park newly staged and created on his walks through a huge park with his camera and attached lens infrared a colorful candy world. The trick dive the Park in lush pink and tender Aquamarine…

Paolo Pettigiani dive Central Park in candyfloss
Paolo Pettigiani dive Central Park in candyfloss
Paolo Pettigiani dive Central Park in candyfloss
Paolo Pettigiani dive Central Park in candyfloss
Paolo Pettigiani dive Central Park in candyfloss
Paolo Pettigiani dive Central Park in candyfloss
Paolo Pettigiani dive Central Park in candyfloss

Trey Cliff: Life from above and beyond

Friends, Do you know Trey Cliff? To me he was completely unknown. But if a certain J.J. Abrams loses a few sets for my About Me page, then seems to properly what to have on the box. And if even a certain Hans Zimmer is joined to, one even properly, a whole lot on the box. And if one reads, what Trey Cliff writes about himself, it is shameful, because in fact it seems to be quite famous. Among other things, he was the one, who made the very first HDR photo, which now hangs in the Smithsonian. Lest you the best even through times, who he is, because shared shame is finally double shame or so. This same Trey Cliff happens to have its drones to shoot a really nice from the last three years Video zu­sam­men­ge­stellt:

I love crea­ting stran­ge stuff with quad­c­op­ters! Here’s foo­ta­ge from the past 3 years when I’ve been tra­ve­ling the world. It’s kinda dif­fe­rent, but I hope you enjoy the idea. :)

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Life From Above, and Beyond, with words from Alan Watts

The construction of the Panama Canal Time Lapse

Impressive construction of a channel system, can go through the vessels. The Panama Canal has recently received its third expansion, which could be completed by fabled five years of construction. The following Timelapse-Clip there is the wild goings of workers and construction cranes thanks 142(!) to see camera settings in fast forward. Had for me even may still be a bit slower than the two and a half minutes…

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Five years after the Panama Canal expansion in two minutes

SkySlide: Slide glass above the rooftops of Los Angeles

beware adrenaline junkies! In Los Angeles there are the so-called SkySlide, a glass slide from the 70. To 69. Floor of the U.S.. Bank Towers leads, the tallest building west of the Mississippi. In the fast-paced and with 13 Meters, Granted, not too long way down you have an insane view of the metropolis, the people with vertigo determined cost the mind would. So we recommend this attraction only those, love the height and have a firm stomach. Of course, the glissade costs what and not too little: 25 US dollars have to pay wages, to ever come to the observation deck. For slides themselves are then again 8 US dollar due. For a first impression you can in Video Reporters from the region at „Skys Liden“ watch…

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AP reporter takes trip on 1,000-foot glass slide

Lost in Manboo: Japanese, living in Internet cafes

yes friends, you read it right, In the following Video it comes to actually „Life“ and „Live“ in the Internet cafe. „Lost in Manboo“ tells the stories of various Japanese, who have no home of their own more, but in a small cabin Internet („Manboo“) spend most of their lives. I am also very happy times alone, but this combination of modern loneliness and thoughts, not alone, because in addition to a person's snoring is different somehow depressing…

A four-square-metre box with a screen and Computer. This is what Japanese cyber-cafes offer, around the clock. Most customers just spend an hour or two here. But there are thousands who spend their lives in them.

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Residents living permanently in Japan's cyber-cafés - Lost in Manboo

The art to remember

What a great idea! Instead hectic holiday of photo rushing to photo, takes Jeremy Collins Die Zeit, easy to record important moments and motifs with the pen for him. Then he sits down just, digs the Malblock out and sucks the atmosphere on. Here a very interesting video portrait of a traveler, does the things right.

Adventure artist Jeremy Collins traveled to Nepal after the devastating 2015 earthquake to see what his art could offer the people of Nepal. He found that despite all of the smiling faces he helped inspire and all of the work he did, it was he who felt the most Change after his work with the Nepalese people.

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GoPro: The Art of Recovery with Jeremy Collins

Abandoned Berlin

Jordi Busquets has turned a small documentary about the abandoned Berlin and thus captured some atmospheric shots:

Aban­do­ned buil­dings and pla­ces awa­ken a cu­rious fa­sci­na­ti­on in us. Going deep into the hi­d­den Ber­lin, a Ber­lin that seems to have for­got­ten part of its re­cent his­to­ry, we vi­si­ted aban­do­ned buil­dings and pla­ces of the Ger­man city.

Ciarán Fahey, a cu­rious Irish­man will tell the hi­d­den his­to­ry of these ma­gi­cal pla­ces, des­pi­sed by some while cau­sing a fa­sci­na­ting attrac­tion to others. We re­flect on the exis­tence and na­tu­re of these spaces fro­zen in time and won­der about their un­cer­tain fu­ture.

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Abandoned Berlin | Documentary
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