For a while now, we’ve been working on a big timelapse endeavor that we’ve codenamed Project 360. Project 360 is a global geographical ecological space time perception project using a modular timelapse capture framework to generate footage and organize it—curate the footage in assembled sequences—for understanding and appreciating Planet Earth and all its inhabitants. Why […]
We hope you enjoy a couple of timelapse demo reels we’ve put together for work compiled from 2019 until present day. Click through to the post to watch some films!
We’ve just finished up another sequential timelapse film for the Timespace series! We called this one Hidden Lake Spring 2022, since it’s several days and nights of captures on Hidden Lake right here in Alleghany County, NC, all happening during early May of 2022.
We’ve completed another sequential timelapse film in the Timespace series! This one is called “Winter Stars, Sun Chase Moon” due to the timing of moonset and sunrise we captured on some of the days featured in this film.
Folks, we’ve got another sequential timelapse film done as part of the Timespace series: January 2022 Snow. This one captured changes in weather and snow conditions between Sunday January 16 and Wednesday January 19, during the day and at night. We were lucky to have a full moon fall within that time frame, so many […]
Here’s another animation project-series we’ve started as we closed out 2021 and head into 2022-3-4-5…. it’s called Look Up. Read the rest of this post to watch the first Look Up film!
Good afternoon, everyone! Here is the latest piece from the Erlandson Photography Timespace film series, called Hidden Lake Reflection. This film is the result of stitching together eleven perfectly matched timelapse sequences captured over eight consecutive days in late October and early November of 2021.
Howdy! Time for some Spectracular updates! Throughout the bumpy road of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve been plugging along with Dr. Ferguson to continue work on the Spectracular organic chemistry spectroscopy project. Wolfbird founder Ben Erlandson thought it would be a good idea to give a quick update on what we’ve been doing. First, here’s the […]
This is another step along the path of polishing our capture-sequencing production workflow for timelapse animations using the GoPro photo sequence settings on the Hero 8. We’re getting really close now to having things set up the way we like them, but there are still a few quirks and kinks to work out with the […]
This video is a collection from 2021 of timelapse sequences of rainstorms crossing Araniska, a location in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. This is a comparison of two timelapse capture techniques using the GoPro Hero 8 Black, both in video and photo modes. Can you tell a difference? Which technique do you prefer? […]