Yosemite Timelapse: This is where we live

February 8th, 2012



How often do you stop and think about where we live? How about just looking up at the sky? It’s remarkable that we live on a planet: a round marble-like chunk of rock seemingly floating in a sea of blankness that we call the universe.

This time lapse video was a collaboration between Sheldon Neill and Colin Delehanty. It was shot in Yosemite National Park on a Canon 5D Mark II using a motion controlled dolly.

Continue reading to see a couple shots of their setup.




Posted by on 02/8/12 in Photography

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  1. Oliver says:

    I wanted to not like that video because I’m pretty bored of landscape photography, but it was pretty cool. The shots at night when you could see flashlights off in the distance were pretty cool.

  2. Oliver says:

    I wanted to not like that video because I’m pretty bored of landscape photography, but it was pretty cool. The shots at night when you could see flashlights off in the distance were my favorite.

  3. Pulsocg says:

    I’m very very pleased to see this video, It shows you how amazing is our planet, and all the things that happend while we live our rutinary life. I couldn’t close my mouth while I was watching it. Congrats to the people who made it. Great Job

  4. Jimma says:

    Incredible shots, perfect track. The night climber with headlamp… sick.

  5. sean says:

    I also am a little tired of all the super wide, HDR, landscape photography. But this was in a league of its own. Really inspiring.

  6. Steve says:

    Awesome, spectacular … unglaublich … genial.

    Greetz from Germany


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