Lion City Rising – A film project by Director Keith Loutit & Composer Michael Adler Miltersen, 2012-2020.
Hello Singapore. 2020 has been a tough year, but hopefully this film will help you to reflect on all that you have achieved, and know that this difficult time will pass. Our thoughts go out to Singapore’s foreign workers and healthcare professionals who have endured so much, and thank you to everyone working so hard to keep our families safe.
This film project took a lot of work, and here are some stats for the 3 Lion City films we have produced:
Permanent timelapse cameras: 0 Long-term shots used: 75 Shoot Days: 988 Matched Shots: 3300+ Flights of stairs climbed & filmed: 1385 (…8 Burj Khalifas!) Music Demos & Tracks in the Lion City Rising Mix: 70 & 138. Footage speed range: cars at night play at 5x real time. The fastest wideshots play at 30 mMillion x real time. Visits by Michael to Singapore: 15. Most site visits for a single shot: 84 – Pearls Bank Demolition from 335 Smith St. Most difficult shot: Outram Night to Day fly-by – 40m drift. 2 years. 870 aligned shots.
Welcome to Chicago, Illinois! Timelapse and hyperlapse videos were shot between September 2018 and July 2020 using a Canon 5D Mark III and 5D Mark IV. Learn Timelapse and Hyperlapse Photography – emerictimelapse.com/courses
“A Day in Chicago” is a tribute to my very first timelapse “A Day in Angers”.
Seattle in motion is my new cityscape timelapse film featuring Seattle Washington. The film includes both hyperlapse shots and motion controlled timelapse scenes. The main focus of the film was showcasing all of boats, planes, trains and cars zipping throughout the city. I really hope you all enjoy the video!
My 2020 Timelapse and Hyperlapse showreel it’s all about Madrid, not because I didn’t travel, but because it became my new home! With this timelapse, I wanted to showcase some of my favourite spot I shot in 2019! Thank you, Madrid for gifting me with the incredible skies at sunset and for the new friendships!
Discover Japan Series 3nd: This is an 8K Timelapse and Hyperlapse video that I shot in Japan for about two years. Japan has experienced many earthquakes, disasters, and wars. And we have overcome the challenges each time. And now I’m being influenced by COVID-19. Japan is moving toward a new era. I expressed this feeling as an 8K image.
Picture an impressive skyline with buildings that are so innovative they verge on being works of art, and a waterfront promenade that effortlessly houses the traditional alongside the ultra-modern.
For centuries, Doha was a fishing village known for its pearl trade. The country’s pearl divers were famed for their skill in finding the largest and most perfectly formed pearls, and the original village (which was known as Al Bidda) was also a busy fishing port for generations. With the wealth gained from the oil trade in the 20th century, Doha became one of the key commercial centres for the entire region. Today, it is the economic and metropolitan centre of the State of Qatar and an epicentre for business and finance in the Middle East.
Sites of interest include Clock Tower Square, the souk (marketplace), and Government House (1969), built on reclaimed waterfront land. Further cultural developments include the establishment of a world-class Museum of Islamic Art (2008; designed by I.M. Pei) on an island offshore. Doha International Airport is located just southeast of the city.
I spent a couple of days compiling clips of Chicago and put it all together into one minute. This is a combination of Time Lapse, Hyperlapse and Video created using Nikon, Timelapse Plus, Syrp Genies and Osmo Pocket. Locations are The Chicago Cultural Center, The Flamingo at the Federal Building, The Bean, the Chicago Skyline from the Planetarium, the Chicago “L” train, and sunrise from the Sheraton Grand Hotel.
City timelapses and hyperlapses from around the world. This is a collection of my favorite cityscape timelapses from over the years. The video is a mix of static shots, motion controlled timelapses and manual hyperlapse shots. I really hope you all enjoy the video and thanks so much for watching!
Places featured in the video:
New York City, New York
Los Angeles, California
San Francisco, California
Cinque Terre, Italy
and a castle in Scotland.