Dec 062012
 

If you’ve been a previous visitor to this site you already know I’ve taken a great interest in time lapse photography, although my equipment and the videos I have produced are strictly amateur hour stuff (I have fun though). The work you see here is what I wish I could do.

Back to the video, it’s a brilliant time lapse from photographer Robert J. Scott. I could go on and on about his work that’s seen here, speaking its accolades. Instead of hearing about it from me though, just watch it. It’s simply amazing.

What I really enjoy about this video is the subject, the old farm houses, lonely back road places and the forgotten. It’s melancholy and just incredibly interesting to me and hopefully to you too. I’d say he nailed it and I completely understand what he was trying to convey.

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The places and things seen in this video were shot all over Alberta. I have suspicions about the locations of some of the them but one I recognize for certain is the Kent family farmhouse seen in the 1978 movie Superman (near the end of the video). Connie and I visited this place before and you can see that report by clicking the link below…
Superman 1978 Kent farmhouse then and now.

This video is complements of and copyright Robert J. Scott – thank you Robert for allowing us to share it.

If you wish more information, by all means contact us!

Date: 2012.
Location: Various places throughout Alberta.

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13 Comments on "A brilliant time lapse from Robert J Scott"

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hodgy
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hodgy

This video is amazing!

Shannon L
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Shannon L

So breathtakingly beautiful, thank you for sharing it here!

Lake Land
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Lake Land

Love this video. It’s just so awesome. The Music, the cinematography. Proper respects to whoever made this!

Angelina
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Angelina

Awesome timelapse , what camera and lens did you use ? Also which software was used to render the clip?

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ChrisBigDoer

I’ll check with Robert and see if he’ll cough that information up. Or you might like to try that by visiting his website. It might be a secret through! :>

Uncleezra1
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Uncleezra1

WOW! That is beautiful! Wonderful creativity!

Scott the Scot
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Scott the Scot

BRAVO, BRAVO, BRAVO!!! Simply one of the best time lapse I have seen….amazing footage …stunning location (Alberta is great)…..wonderful edit!!!!! Congratulations from Scotland!!!! Keep working and thank you for sharing with us!!!!

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ChrisBigDoer

Let’s thank Robert. Wow, comments are coming in fast!

Komas Nuts
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Komas Nuts

Well done man, it must of took a long time to make this. Keep up the good work 🙂
Koma

Yannik Burnashev
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Yannik Burnashev

This is nice! I see you did some time lapses of your own and can you tell me about the camera and equipment you use? It looks like fun. Thanks in advance.

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ChrisBigDoer

We have a poor man’s time lapse rig made from an old Canon camera and other cheap bits, along with a hack program that allows the camera to do interval shooting. It’s cheap and light but it will never produce a video the quality of this one. But it’s still fun anyway. I am currently writing an article this very subject (since a lot have asked) and hopefully I can have it done soon and posted. Thanks for commenting!

jsmclellan
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jsmclellan

Outstanding!!! It has to be one of the best time lapse movies I’ve ever seen. Perfect music!!!

RBroeFilms
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RBroeFilms

This has inspired me to work on my first time lapse video! 🙂

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