Really cool time lapse over a year’s time

Eirik Solheim’s One year in 40 seconds:


One year in 40 seconds from Eirik Solheim on Vimeo.

Follow the link for how he did it – it was pretty straightforward. The two minute video is even better.

Hat tip to Tennessee Mud.

But wait! This is cooler!

Eirik shows you a way to take the ordinary circular bokeh of light sources:

and change it into whatever shape you want by superimposing that shape in front of the lens:

That’s the craziest thing I’ve ever seen. I can hardly believe it works. He has a video showing how it’s done. What makes it even cooler is that the raw materials are Scotch tape and construction paper.

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4 Responses to Really cool time lapse over a year’s time

  1. dave says:

    the diy bokeh is freakin awesome1

    dave´s last blog post..more statist a**holes

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  3. Robb Allen says:

    Alien Skin has a new Bokeh program for Photoshop that is amazing. It has hearts as a shape for the highlights and I’ve written them to request custom shapes be available. The filter is practically perfect for simulating Bokeh for those of us with only one decent lens :)

  4. Les Jones says:

    It’s wild. I took the roundness of bokeh to be something like a fundamental fact of the universe, and now I see it as putty. Next up: raindrops shaped like pyramids, dodecahedrons, and the player pieces from Monopoly.