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Hurtigruten In 5 Minutes

This time-lapse documents the 2600 km/134 hour journey of the Norwegian "Hurtigruten" from Bergen to Kirkenes, by some described as the world's most beautiful sea voyage. Norwegian public broadcaster NRK aired the entire journey live from the 16th to the 22nd of June 2011. Shortly after, Guinness Book of Records approved it as the longest continuously aired documentary in the world.

All the footage used was shared under CC BY-SA 3.0 via bittorent by NRK.

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"Something Elated" by Broke For Free.

How this video was made:

1. Download approx. 300 GB of raw footage via bittorent.
2. Import to Final Cut Pro and set the speed to 10 000 %.
3. Wait for over a week for everything to render.
4. Export and import back into FCP. Set the speed to 1300 %.
5. Render some more.
6. Add names, music, etc.
7. Export.

This video is shared under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0).

Go to nrk.no/hurtigruten to find the torrents to download the footage yourself.

For those who are wondering, the time the ship was in the harbor was cut by NRK to save space, so that's why the ship enters and leaves the harbors so quickly.

One month to departure

In about one month I will head out on my biggest adventure yet. Together with two friends, I'm bicycling from the North Cape, Norway, to Cape Agulhas, South Africa. More info about that at BikeCape2Cape.com Im bringing a pretty good camera and camcorder, so hopefully I will get some good shots and footage on the way!

Please consider donating to UNICEF, we are trying to raise funds for their project Schools for Africa. Click here to donate (its all in Norwegian, but let me know if you need it translated).

I'm still trying to get through all the videos and photos I should edit before I leave, but it doesn't look too good. I guess it will have to wait until I'm back in 2010 or 2011..

Tokyo & Yokohama - A High Speed Journey

This video was filmed during a couple of nights in Tokyo and one evening in Yokohama. It begins with a few clips from/of/around the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building (overlooking the area that supposedly inspired the movie Blade Runner), continues with a short clip from the Akihabara electronics district, then a few shots of some construction work near Shibuya, some clips from a part of town I don't remember the name of (leave a comment if you know), a shot of Shibuya, a few clips near the Imperial Palace, some stuff in the metro, and finishes off with a clip of the Yokohama Bay Bridge and skyline.

I wish I had some more time in Tokyo and Yokohama, they are great cities to film time-lapses in!

Song: "Hand to Phone" by Adult.

Watch it in a bigger version at Vimeo or turn on full-screen viewing.