Here you can view time-lapse examples and read about projects by various Pclix users from around the world. Photograph buildings going up or buildings coming down, event set-ups, concerts, conventions and sporting events are just a few of the many uses of the Pclix. The Pclix is the perfect photography time-lapse tool to photograph flowers blooming, ice melting, clouds racing overhead or a road trip shot out the front window of your car. The Pclix can also trigger digital cameras connected to telescopes or microscopes if you have that kind of kit hanging around.
The Pclix has an immense range of applications. Visual Artists like Michael Snow use the Pclix to capture images for purely artistic reasons. Universities use the Pclix for all kinds of studies, climate research and various engineering projects. Art students in Seattle use the Pclix to develop their creative skills in the visual arts. Hundreds and hundreds of production companies use the Pclix to capture images for motion pictures, television programming, documentaries, music videos, station IDs, promos and commercials.
The following links will take you to the works of various Pclix users. This gallery will grow and change over time to reflect the broad examples of the work being done using the Pclix. Besides the direct images and links below there are other great examples of time-lapse work using the Pclix posted on various video streaming websites. Links for the 3 largest ones are at the bottom of this page.
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Featured Time-Lapse Sequences.
Watchers of the Night
This comes to us from Alex Mukensnable of Hawaii. Enjoy.
This is Mauna Kea, on the Big Island of Hawaii. Mauna Kea's high altitude (13,796) and remote location makes it the worlds best location for astronomy. The various domes you see in this movie are some of the best telescopes on the planet. A list of all the telescopes can be found here: http://www.ifa.hawaii.edu/mko/telescope_table.htm
The video was primarily lit by a gibbous moon. If you look carefully you will see an airplane or two and even a few meteors. You will also notice a laser from Gemini; this laser is used to cancel out the effects of atmosphere. Later on in the video you witness moon set on Mauna Kea. Very soon after you will notice a small glow. This glow proceeds sunrise and is actually dust in our solar system reflecting light back at us, this is called the zodiacal light.
9/11/08, 2/3 the way up Poliahu, Nikon D200, 20mm f/2.8, ISO 800, 30/1s, Pclix:33s interval
From the very talented Sam Javanrouh and Matthew Blackett of Toronto comes this one.
717 frames shot on Canon 5D Mark II and Sigma 12-24 conformed at 12fps. Grading in Magic Bullet Looks and Adobe After Effects. Tilt-Shift lens effect in Magic Bullet Looks. Music : Pink Floyd - On The Run
There is a very extensive listing of time-lapse videos on the internet which have been shot by our clients using the Pclix. Google Videos, YouTube and Vimeo have an ever growing collection of work shot using the Pclix. By clicking the logos below a new window will open that will search everything which has been tagged with the word Pclix. Enjoy.
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