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variations on the time-lapse

variations on the time-lapse

The dynamic move-ment in these clips belies how simple they are to create ... (scroll for more)

While the use of time-lapse is nothing new, Rob's work reinvents the concept on both macro and micro scales. From sun and clouds traversing landscapes to plating meals, setting tables — any accumulative actions.

In the field, they involve nothing more than a lock-down camera shooting either video or a series of still photographs. The result is the duality of seeing individual actions in real-time while experiencing the larger, accumulative event in time-lapse.

The dynamic move-ment in these clips

belies how simple they are to create.

While the use of time-lapse is nothing new, Rob's work reinvents the concept on both macro and micro scales. From sun and clouds traversing landscapes to plating meals, setting tables — any accumulative actions.

In the field, they involve nothing more than a lockdown camera shooting either video or a series of still photographs. The result is the duality of seeing individual actions in real-time while experiencing the larger, accumulative event in time-lapse.

The dynamic move-ment in these clips

belies how simple they are to create.

(scroll for more)

The dynamic move-ment in these clips belies how simple they are to create ... (scroll for more)

While the use of time-lapse is nothing new, Rob's work reinvents the concept on both macro and micro scales. From sun and clouds traversing landscapes to plating meals, setting tables — any accumulative actions.

In the field, they involve nothing more than a lock-down camera shooting either video or a series of still photographs. The result is the duality of seeing individual actions in real-time while experiencing the larger, accumulative event in time-lapse.

The dynamic move-ment in these clips

belies how simple they are to create.

While the use of time-lapse is nothing new, Rob's work reinvents the concept on both macro and micro scales. From sun and clouds traver-sing landscapes to plating meals, setting tables — any accumulative actions.

In the field, they involve nothing more than a lockdown camera shooting either video or a series of photographs. The result is the duality of seeing individual actions in real-time while experiencing the larger, accumulative event in time-lapse.

Music:  This Planet — written and performed by Erin Hill