Goes well with this Radiolab podcast.
Mastery of craft combined with an incredible eye makes this an exceptional piece. Wow.
I couldn’t resist not posting this timelapse.
I love split screen and this absolutely nails that aesthetic. Lovely idea, executed beautifully.
The first long shot is mesmerizing.
The music was too repetitive but the visuals are just stunning. Worth the price of admission.
The power cut off in New York City after Hurricane Sandy. The video is an inside look at what it felt and looked liked.
If this timelapse could play in a loop at home when I woke up every morning, I’d be a happier man. I know, I know, you have seen so many timelapse videos, you are on an official boycott. Give this video a chance. It will be worth your time.
Timelapse from the International Space Station. Not the intent of the filmmakers but I’m reminded how delicate our little ball of earth is. Lovely montage of source material from NASA.
One of those videos that possibly surpasses the beauty you would experience if you were actually there.
So good to be reminded about how profound a death of an Albatross can be. Lovely!
Part of a fascinating project by Chris Jordan. More info here.
(via Chase Jarvis)
I’d loved to have been there.
Some of the images are just unbelievable.
I’ve stopped drinking out of plastic bottles. This is a good reminder to me on why that is a good choice.
There is a videoblog of Chris’ journey to midway.
Beautiful portrait. (Via No Film School)