The latest in the timelpase videos from TimelapseLondon.co.uk. This one breaks the mould a little bit. Instead of being taken at sunset it was taken in the afternoon. It shows the Emirates Airline in North Greenwich in full swing. I still haven’t had the chance to give it a try, but I gather it’s been rather popular. Taken using a Canon 5D MK I.
This is the last in the sunset timelpase videos currently created by the guys at TimelapseLondon.co.uk. This was taken back in March of this year and it’s interesting to compare it to their first video taken from Tower Bridge. The Shard is virtually complete in this video, although it’s still well before London would be subjected to the inaugural laser show.
Today I have a sunset video taken from Waterloo Bridge last November. Once again it’s from TimelapseLondon.co.uk using a Canon 5D MK I.
The second timelpase of St. Paul’s Cathedral today, once again from TimelapseLondon.co.uk. This one was taken along St. Paul’s Church Yard again using a Canon 5D MK I.
Another timelpase video from TimelapseLondon.co.uk. This one features a view of St. Paul’s and the Millennium Bridge taken from the South Bank at sunset. Taken using a Canon 5D MK I.
The third in our series from TimelapseLondon.co.uk‘s series of timelapse videos. This one shows sunset at Canary Wharf taken from just south on the Isle of Dogs. Taken using a Canon 5D MK I.
The second in TimelapseLondon.co.uk‘s timelapse series. This one features a great view of Canary Wharf and the Docklands taken from East India Dock at sunset. Taken using a Canon 5D MK I.
This week I thought I’d feature TimelapseLondon.co.uk‘s series of timelapse videos of London. The first one was taken from Tower Bridge at sunset last year – fairly obvious as the Shard isn’t finished yet. Taken using a Canon 5D MK I.
My final timelapse of the day is titled Transport for London. This one is actually a bit older than the rest of the videos from today. It was shot by Alex Forey. It is A collection of timelapses shot in and around Central London, to showcase the bustling transport systems in London.
I think it has some of the best shots of any of the videos featured today – however I don’t think the whole things holds together as well as it could. Still I’m interested to see future videos from Alex.
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