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Las Vegas in Time-lapse

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by La$Vega$, Jan 22, 2015.

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  1. La$Vega$

    La$Vega$ Low-Roller

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    Which is your favorite?
    Who knows, you may be in one of these shorts!
    An Incredible collection of time-lapse short films of roughly 3 minutes each
    Two of the shorts are slo mo not time-lapse & the cartoon is for snicks.
    Enjoy!:popcorn

    Video Suggestions:
    • Let the entire page load
    • Each video can be expanded to full view and it is highly suggested
    • If the video lags, pause it to load more, then push play again
    • You can adjust the volume on each individual video

    This following 'Las Vegas 1962' Video was also posted by acoluzzi on 12-16-2011, which is perhaps one of the best posts on this vegasmessageboard Post began by blackjack on12-06-2005
    http://www.vegasmessageboard.com/forums/showthread.php?18696-Vintage-Vegas-Pics


    Made in Las Vegas from Eddie Peter Hobson



    24 Hours of Neon from Philip Bloom


    Reel Las Vegas, Vol 2 from Ryan Killackey


    Vegas 4K from Keith Kiska




    Las Vegas from Steven Dempsey


    Vegas In A Day from Inmist Media House


    Las Vegas in Time Lapse from Andy Waddell


    little vegas from Evandro Rocha


    Aerial Drone View - Las Vegas, NV from Elevated Media Productions


    Not Time-Lapse added due to the funny nature


    Vegas Slow Mo Explosion from Roy Milner Frontier Casino


    Leaving Vegas from Brandon Sloan


    Vegas to London: A timelapse experiment from Philip Bloom


    Locked in a Vegas Hotel Room with a Phantom Flex from Tom Guilmette

    This guy in 2011 out of Boston flew in to film the National Ping Pong Championship in super slo mo. The Match was at the Palms found on his links from his web blog site. Afterwards he locked himself in his room to play around with one of the fastest cameras on earth (at the time)

    "I was working a gig in Vegas with a brand new Phantom Flex high speed digital cinema camera. I had to try it out. In fact, I never did go to bed that night. I opened up a wormhole shooting at 2,564 frames per second." ~Tom Guilmette
     
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  2. joaks

    joaks Low-Roller

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    I really liked that Vegas to London time lapse. I kept waiting for the music to break out into a Rhapsody in Blue United Commercial!
     
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  3. NickyDim

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    WOW. Those were awesome. I've stood in just about every place in those videos. Gave me chills.
     
  4. RockyBalboa

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    cool thread - I too enjoyed the London to Vegas one
     
  5. La$Vega$

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    They're all awesome in their own respects.
    The ones with engaging music are moving, I enjoy the long shots of city lights coming on, the down shots of the people look like ant farms, the airplanes in a row,
    ...everything, all of them!
    Each one is unique and fun to watch.
    Some look like little toy cars and scenes...very wild and surreal.

    Vegas In A Day from Inmist Media House: The shadows and sun rise / sunset shots with music is definitely the 'WOW' effect.
    Vegas Illusions from Preston Kanak: You keep waiting for Rod Serling's head to pop out from the side...The real Vegas satire at it's best.
    Las Vegas in Time Lapse from Andy Waddell: I think this one is how we all feel as we are on our way to sin city. The drive in, Lake Mead/Dam an traffic at night film is terrific.
    Aerial Drone View - Las Vegas, NV from Elevated Media Productions: Not sure how he did this. This guy had to use a drone eh? Cool shots of Cosmo & Bellagio fountains.
    The films where they zoom in/out, up/down or use the escalators as dollies are a treat.

    The Vegas to London was cool.
    I'd like to see that with a day or three in Vegas and then flying out.
    We will be seeing VMB members Trips 'live streaming' one day.

    **Note: I think you have to make it expand to the whole screen to get the full effect.
     
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  6. slotplayer

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    thank you for putting this up .now i'm late for work
     
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    Wow. This is fantastic. Thanks for collecting and posting.
     
  8. Thickskinnedalive

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    Those are fabulous. Now hornier than ever for the up coming trip. Thank you for sharing your find.
     
  9. La$Vega$

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    They do give you chills!

    If you expand to full screen it is worth the 'WOW' effect.

    Think of all the places, events and areas you could film, well almost all...lol :nono:

    Zip lines, clubs etc.

    Thx for the kudos, I was orginally looking for vintage vegas movies and stumbled onto these wonderful creations.

    -Thickskinnedalive
    "Those are fabulous. Now hornier than ever for the up coming trip. Thank you for sharing your find."
    - Make sure no one films you in time-lapse!

    -slotplayer
    "thank you for putting this up .now i'm late for work"
    -Welcome to the board, tell your work you are a Vegas Junkie...they might understand :rolleyes2:

    If you find anymore good ones, feel free to add them!
     
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