Misty Island (La Gomera)

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Entirely taken in La Gomera, the second smallest of the Canary Islands. The eastern part of the island is under a steady stream of clouds that climb the steep, volcanic slopes. When they reach the top, they immediately dissolve again. From humid, cool haze to warm, dry sunshine in minutes - that's Gomera.

Aufgenommen in La Gomera, der zweitkleinsten der kanarischen Inseln. Der östliche Teil der Insel ist unter einem dauernden Strom von Wolken, die die steilen, vulkanischen Hänge erklimmen. Oben angekommen lösen sie sich gleich wieder auf. Vom feuchten, kühlen Dunst ins warme, trockene Sonnenwetter in Minuten - das ist Gomera.

Cameras: Sony A7S, A7RII, A6300. Edited in FCPX. Graded with Filmconvert. Music: Far Away Lands, Score Scene Library (rearranged)
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«The Flow» featured on Time Lapse Network

The Time Lapse Network is showcasing «The Flow (of La Palma)».

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Marco Fama, founder of Time Lapse Network: «Finally some clouds-based timelapse video which is anything but boring and a test »
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The Flow (of La Palma)


The FLOW (UHD | 4K) from Joerg Niggli on Vimeo.


FLOW is the first properly edited video of some timelapse movies shot during the Astromaster Workshop in 2016. Full resolution of the video is UHD (3840x2160). So please consider using the full screen function key on your device to watch the video. Comments and questions are always welcome.

All clips are available for licensing on request.

For more information on the Astromaster, please check the «Timelapse Plus» section on this website.

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The «HyperZürich» Experiment

The short «HyperZürich» is the result of an experiment.

How fast can you do move with your camera, shooting in continuous mode, and thus creating a hyperlapse?

The resulting video was shot in 2-3 hours in downtown Zurich. More on the technique and some conclusions in the «Timelapse Plus» section.


HYPERZürich from Joerg Niggli on Vimeo.



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