On the 6th of December 2014, Triggertrap brought together more than 40 photographers for an exciting, one-off photography event. LapseLondon invited photographers to create an incredible crowdsourced timelapse video of London in just one day. The diversity, atmosphere, pace and buzz of the city make London the perfect canvas for any timelapse, and its unique flavour is captured over 80 clips in the LapseLondon film.
The 80 timelapse clips included in LapseLondon are composed of over 35,000 photographs shot over 40 hours, all within the same day.
LapseLondon from Triggertrap on Vimeo.
This is just stunning. Click through to Vimeo, make sure it’s full-screen and HD is turned on.
Could we do something similar in Leeds?
Experimenting with black & white. ok, the second one is an artichoke…
Spotted on the way home. Sun going down over Manygates Park, Wakefield.
Discovered in my coat pocket this morning. This is the the same coat I wear for work most days. I have no idea how they got there.
I recognise the badge – I did Russian at school and there was a class trip to Moscow & St Petersburg but at the time it was too expensive for us so I didn’t go. Friends did and one of them brought this back. The text reads ‘Moscow – City of Heroes’ and I’ve had it for at nearly 30 years. How it ended up in my coat…
As for the dime, I’ve got a pot of foreign notes & coins which occasionally the kids get out and go through. Perhaps this got dropped out of it then picked up later, thinking it was a 5p.
Either that, or the Universe is trying to tell me something. I just wish it works be slightly less cryptic…
It was three years ago that I started a new job in central Leeds. This was my view.
It’s brilliant being that high up over the city. Leeds really has some fantastic architecture (along with some fairly hideous modern stuff. And some fairly brutalist 60s tower blocks).
The best bit about being up that high? You get to see sunsets like this.
I took that one not long after I’d started, and I had it on as my computer desktop background for ages. One of my colleagues saw it one day and remarked “you don’t get sunsets like that in this country!”
I pointed out of the window. I’m not entirely sure they believed me.
A succession of spectacular sunsets followed over the years and occasionally I had my camera with me to capture them.
Just to prove it’s not all about the camera, I took this one with my little £40 Canon point & shoot. It made it into Flickr’s Explore, which I’m still enormously proud of.
There’s something about that skyline which I just love.
It’s not all sunsets though. Sometimes you get some pretty crepuscular rays. This one made Flickr’s explore too. Looks like it’s not just me that likes that skyline.
And recently we’ve moved to a new building. The window behind me points in the opposite direction, over towards the south east.
I’ll just have to make do with sunrise photos.
It’s a hard life. 🙂