I’ve recently come across three pretty cool time-lapse photography projects. They remind me that even in the video age, there are places where time-lapse works much better. And such projects offer a perfect place to highlight music, as each of these three projects did.
First, a hilarious undercover look at an infant during playtime, courtesy Francis Vashon:
Second, a band called Blame Ringo decided to set up a camera at the site of the famous crosswalk next to EMI’s Abbey Road Studios, where the iconic photo of the Beatles crossing the street was shot (for the greatest rock album ever, Abbey Road). They used the resultant photos as a video to accompany their new song, “Garble Arch.” (Nice song by the way)
The final piece is a look a Detroit Tigers’ picture day by visual journalist Eric Seals:
It appears time-lapse photography still has some life left in it!