This timelapse is called Singapore Timelapse / Hyperlapse 2014, and was created by pettypoh on Vimeo. It is 00:03:58 long. The last time we checked (on March 31st, 2015), it had around 5,900 plays on Vimeo


A night-time timelapse / hyperlapse video to showcase some places and events in Singapore.

Consisting of several different timelapse concepts such as moon timelapse, architecture + (clouds-traffic-people), longer hyperlapse moves with tripod only, smaller motion timelapse with slider, post processing moves for zoom-pan-blur, star and astro timelapse (via ettr technique) and sunset timelapse.

Inspiration for this video comes from many – including Artem Pryadko, Rob Whitworth and Yeo Wee Han for the beautiful timelapse works they have executed and also Justin Ng and Ian Norman for their contributions in night and astro-photography.

Special thanks to Gentle Bones (Joel Tan) for the awesome song, Justin (Ong) for letting me have a go at the Dynamic Perception and Henry for his assistance and company during the many nights of otherwise boring and lonely shoots.

My 2013 Singapore Timelapse –

– Equipments used –
Cameras – Nikon D3100, Nikon D7100
Lenses – Nikkor 10-24mm, Nikkor 75-240mm, Tokina 11-16mm
Kamerar SD-1 Slider Dolly + Tripod + Intervalometer
Dynamic Perception Motion Control

– Featured Locations & Events –
The Esplanade (Theatres on the Bay), Singapore City Skyline (from Marina Bay Sands) Pan Island Expressway (bridge near Toa Payoh Swimming Complex), Rochor Centre Flats, Furama City Centre, Chinatown (during Mid-Autumn Lantern Festival), Junction of Yue Hwa and Chinatown Point, Dong Ya Kopitiam @ Keong Saik Road, Singapore Sports Hub, Elgin Bridge, Boat Quay with Central Business District (CBD), Singapore Arts Museum, National Museum of Singapore and Peranakan Museum at Armenian Street (during Singapore Night Festival), Victoria Theatre, Fullerton Hotel, Raffles Place MRT, Ocean Financial Centre, UOB Tower, Big Bird, OCBC Centre, Dragon Playground (Toa Payoh Lorong 6), Viewing Tower (Toa Payoh Town Park), Singapore Flyer, Marina Bay Sands, Marina Bay, Marina Bay Financial Centre, final shot of the Singapore city skyline — shot from Gardens by the Bay (Bay East)

Music: “Save Me” by Gentle Bones
At a young age of 20, Joel Tan aka Gentle Bones has already been making waves in the local (Singapore) music industry with his style of folk-pop music. With a #1 debut EP, which includes three other chart-topping singles “Until We Die”, “Elusive” and “Save Me” on Singapore’s iTunes charts, Gentle Bones is at the forefront of the musical movement among the younger generation in Singapore. Having played for the Mosaic Music Festival in 2012, Music Matters Live 2014, penned, recorded and performed a song for the upcoming 2015 SEA Games, Joel’s future in music is looking extremely promising. Let his blend of acoustic, folk and pop music enlighten your ears and show what the new generation has to offer.

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