What's cuter than a puppy? Not much, especially when you omit all the peeing, barking and furniture chewing, as Remedie Studio did with this sweet time-lapse homage to their beloved pup. Below, watch Dunder the German Shepherd grow from 8 weeks old to 1 year in 40 seconds.
Inspired? Make your own time-lapse video and post it to the WonderHowTo company blog. We'll show off the best ones. Here are three different methods to get you started:
Highly touted by revered reviewers, TimeLapse was proclaimed one of the "coolest, best and most useful photo apps for the iPhone" by David Pogue of the NYT back in April. The app allows users to create HD videos directly on the iPhones (or iPods with a video camera), and upload for "professional quality post processing and movie encoding". Users can set the time period between shots to anywhere from 24 hours to about half a second. User examples in the gallery below.
Available for $1.99 in the iTunes store.
Previously featured here and here, the Everyday app for iPhone was inspired by the famous Noah K Everyday project. This method requires some patience. After all, to record your aging progress demands, well, aging. And luckily, that happens pretty slowly.
Available for $1.99 at the iTunes store.
There are many methods for creating time-lapse photography, and WonderHowTo has indexed hundreds. You can hack an old kitchen timer, use a pro dolly, or utilize software like After Effects or Premiere. In the gallery below, a selection of tutorials videos; go here to view many, many more.
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