The second timelapse from Duncan McLean, this one shows A day in the life of Lund Point during the London 2012 Olympic games. A nice way to remember the games. Really nice work. Shot on a Sony PMW-500 and Canon 5D MkII.
Another wonderful timelapse video. This is the only one today not of London but of Dover. It was shot by Mattia Bicchi whose work I really like. He used the following euqipment: Equipment: Canon 5D Mark II, Canon 40D, Canon 17-40mm f/4.0 L, Sigma 12-24mm f/4.5-5.6 EX DG.
Great timelapse video of the Olympic park going from day to Night. Created by Duncan McLean it was Shot on a Sony PMW-500 and Canon 5D MkII.
One year ago tonight the Tottenham Riots kicked off. It seems like ages ago now. This is a great timelapse video I found via reddit user Lucid_Nonsense of the fires caused by the riots. It was created by Prokopi Constantinou, score by Dogtanion. I think it is a low key way of remembering the madness that every so often seems to engulf London.
The video above is a very short 30 second timelapse of the Shard inauguration laser and light show. Watching it sped up almost makes the whole show look good. Certainly much better than being there in person was. The video was made by Mattia Bicchi, who also made the amazing London Architecture in Motion Video, I linked to last month. He's fast becoming one of my favourite London videographers.
What did you think of the Shard laser and light show? Leave your comments below.
Timeless is an absolutely stunning timelapse/slow motion short film of London by MB Films. It features most of the tourist/famous hot spots of central London including Piccadilly Circus, Chinatown, Palace of Westminster, London Eye and many more. The music is by Rael Jones and is a perfect accompaniment to the film. The one thing I did find amusing watching a film titled 'Timeless' is that I keep wondering when it was shot every time I got a glimpse of the Shard.
One of the greatest Timelapse videos I've seen of London, you can learn more about the technical specs and filming details on the MB Films blog post about the film.