Los Angeles is too big and unwieldy to be considered a real city, especially since the only aspect of city life is the collective 5 mph spurts on the freeway during rush hour. Not to mention that its machine is responsible for so much that is awful in mainstream culture (celebrities! plastic surgery! excess!) that you…
Hyperlapse is the best invention in photography since the Walden filter. And here are 6 videos, filmed by you, that prove it.
The novelty of Hyperlapse has worn off. Which is great. That means it’s time for you to get out there and make some art. For this week’s Shooting Challenge, film a Hyperlapse.
You may enjoy watching the hours of footage you recorded the last time you went skiing, but your friends are too polite to tell you how boring it actually is. So instead of spending days editing your adventures down to a short highlight reel, Microsoft has just introduced a new app called Hyperlapse that can…
Maxime Gaudet's hyperlapse experiment video of Paris lets you jump all over the city in 3 minutes. The video moves at such a frenetic pace that the feel of the video doesn't quite match up with the feel of the City of Love but it's still a lot of fun to watch because it feels like you're teleporting all over the place.
You may be a regular Hyperlapse user or have forgotten all about Instagram's slick video capturing tool since it launched last August. What you probably don't know is that the app features a hidden menu that gives you access to some extra settings, enabling you to take more control over the quality and speed of the…
There is so much more to Amsterdam than weed at a coffee shop and the red light district. Not that there's anything wrong with either of those. But just check out this hyperlapse of Amsterdam and pretend that you're biking around or going down the canal or just enjoying the quaint vibe of the lovely city.
Instagram just launched Hyperlapse, a super quick and easy way to make timelapse videos with your phone. It's an exemplar of simplicity, allowing even the shakiest of individuals access to smoothed out video in a flash.
So, you've given time-lapse photography a try, and you wanna give hyperlapse a go? This video shows you how do it using just your basic gear.
Singapore is one of the most futuristic looking cities in the world thanks to its gorgeous architecture but this video, using a hyper-lapse technique—like a time-lapse but with long camera movements— makes it look like a location from Blade Runner.
Things that usually spin really, really fast: a top, the wheel of fortune wheel, other wheels, circular objects, knobs and other things of that nature. Not a mountain! Well, unless you're Superman and can fly around it. Newsflash: we're not Superman. However! Kevin Parry and Andrea Nesbitt of Candy Glass Productions…
If you have Google Chrome, a decent internet connection, and a strong stomach, cancel any plans you might have had tonight. Because chances are you're not going to want to tear yourself away from Teehan+Lax's incredible new tool: a Google Street View hyperlapse machine.