Time-lapse videos are a fascinating thing: They show us moves that would remain without photo technical assistance in secret.
Links for Friday Afternoon I therefore think again out for particularly successful time-lapse movies - and the year there are my 3 favorites of 2012.
No. 3 on my list is a short video Killer Cat from Russia. Although it is not a real time-lapse piece. There is symbolic of the many, many, many sites that deal in depth with man's best friend - and offer 95 percent felt all web content. Not for Frightful ...
The second has to do with the movies theme that has brought me to school days to journalism. How and why is its own story. Only so much: As the first U.S. space shuttle launched into space in 1981, I sat glued to the TV screen.
Since then, the U.S. space shuttles were among the world's perennial favorites in the pages of newspapers and TV news. Now it is now finally over - the remaining space shuttles Discovery, Atlantis and Endeavour are still to be admired in museums. My Video # 2 is therefore one that captures in slow motion as the Endeavour makes its last meters (Flash required) is transported to the museum through the streets of Los Angeles:
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The top-lapse movie of 2012 shows my Hamburg at its best. Alster, Elbe, Millerntorplatz. Simply without words. Watch and enjoy - the # 1:
If I'm not mistaken, I'm with family for a brief moment, even accidentally in the picture - during the Cruise Days-run parade in the blue-lit harbor.
Merry Christmas and wish you a great 2013
PS: Oh, and as a bouncer After putting this here - Psy meets Wham! OMG: