Tag Archive: time-lapse

Videos for a Better Weekend

I didn’t want the last thing on the front page for the weekend to be something about corpses, so instead here are two gorgeous time-lapses from Death Valley and Yosemite National Parks and a behind-the-scenes video from the soon-to-be-released John Muir Trail documentary Mile … Mile and a Half featuring my good friend Kolby Kirk. Hope you enjoy – and…

read » January 25, 2013

The Appalachian Trail in 5 Minutes

If you were wondering what hiking the Appalachian Trail looks like but only have, say, five minutes or so to experience it, you could do worse than Kevin Gallagher’s Green Tunnel – a trip through thousands of miles of trail and several seasons, too. Green Tunnel from Kevin Gallagher on Vimeo.

read » March 7, 2011

A Yosemite Year in 60 Seconds

If you ever wondered what Half Dome looked like over a course of a year, the time-lapse crew at Halfdome.net have you covered. Using one webcam image every day for a year, they stitched together this one-minute movie showing the formation through the seasons. Enjoy! Via @YosemiteSteve.

read » January 18, 2011

Timescapes Feature Footage

I’ve written about Tom Lowe’s Timescapes project before – the stunning time-lapse photography is pretty much guaranteed to make your jaw drop. This summer, Lowe spent time traveling around the southwest with a team and some high-end cameras to shoot more time-lapse footage for a feature-length version of his work. It’s not all nature-stuff, but it’s definitely all beautiful. Enjoy.…

read » November 4, 2010

Wow. Just, Wow.

While playing Outdoor Blog Catch-Up today, I stumbled upon this incredible time-lapse video of some California wilderness on SoCal Hikes. It was shot by Tom from Timescapes with the Canon EOS 5D Mark II – a truly drool-worthy (and expensive) piece of image-making technology. Maybe these astounding images will make you want to start a savings account for one —…

read » November 11, 2009