Sometimes you have to take a back seat with your timelapse in order to lead your viewer in to the scene. That’s what we’ve done here with Tower Bridge, you can follow the ship to the Bridge and enjoy watching it open and close at high speed. @xirfan
Quite often I like to be reminded of just how wide a 14mm super wide lens is. It’s almost able to see behind it’s self but not quite. It can fit in the entirety of Tower Bridge from just a few metres away and this is what that looks like at sunset on a beautiful summer’s evening. @xirfan
Riding the Emirates Cable Car is a smooth and pleasant journey but you wouldn’t feel that way if the cars travelled at the speed of our timelapse! We started this timelapse at just the right time as you can see the sky transforming from light to dark in 30 seconds. A short and sweet clip for your enjoyment.
If you live in East London you don’t have to go far to do a bit of nature watching. South Dock on the Isle of Dogs is a good place to see birds that spend a lot of their lives on water, feeding, breeding, nesting and fighting like mad over roosting rights. The beautiful sunset was a bonus but also a back drop to the drama unfolding as the night closed in. I have heard of people ‘de-birding’ their timelapse videos to make them look better but this is one in which the birds will definitely stay. @xirfan