Link Roundup #2 – The ISS and sheep herding

I usually try to focus my blog on some new technique that I’m working on or a new video that I’ve made, but I’ve found some time lapse videos over the past few months that I thought were worth sharing.  So, here they are:

A short video from the International Space Station originally post by NPR’s Science Friday.

Extreme sheep herding–what else can you say?  There’s obviously some digital manipulation, but one of the creators claims that most of it was real.  This might fall under the catagory of “stop motion,” but so many of the techniques are the same that I thought it was worth posting.

TimeLapseBlog reader, Cameron, sent me a link to this video back in October because he thought that readers of the blog might enjoy it.  Time lapse is almost always used as a transition between normal shots, so it’s interesting to see a video made entirely of time lapse sequences.

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