The seasons

This is a quick link-page with my rather popular time lapse experiments:

The seasons in Norway

First experiment with a compact camera i 2005.

One year in 40 seconds

http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=2639782&server=vimeo.com&show_title=1&show_byline=1&show_portrait=0&color=01AAEA&fullscreen=1
One year in 40 seconds from Eirik Solheim on Vimeo.

The most popular video so far. Stills from my Canon 400D put together to a video showing one year in 40 seconds.

One year in 90 seconds

The next experiment was done with my Canon 5D Mark II. It is put together using several video clips and dissolves.

One year in one image

From my project where I placed my old Canon 400D in my window shooting an image every half hour for one year. A still image put together from 3888 stills.

One year in two minutes

One year in 2 minutes from Eirik Solheim on Vimeo.

The videos I made using the images from my one year true timelapse.

4 thoughts on “The seasons

  1. Dan Smith says:

    Love your work. Im working on a music video. The name of the song is Seasons Change. Would you mind if I featured some of your work in it…specifically part of the ‘One Year in 40 sec’? Thank you

  2. Pere Grau says:

    Hello Eirik,

    i’m from Barcelona. I’m videoeditor.
    Now I’m working on a documentary and I need some cutaways of the passage of time. I’ve watched your work “One year in 40 sec” and it’s amazing! This is what I was looking for!!
    I would to ask you if don’t mind to use your video. Of course I credit your site and the name of work.

    Thank you

  3. Bryan says:

    Hi … if possible, I would like to share your image on Facebook. The 365 days in one image, in particular.

    Of course, I will credit you.

    Thanks,
    Bryan

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