Daniel Stoupin went to great lengths with his coral time-lapse „slow life“. It consists of 150,000 22 megapixel RAW shots, while most of them need to be stacked in groups of 3 to 12 in order to provide the required depth of field. According to own statements, it took his notebook three weeks to calculate this tremendous amount of data, he himself worked nine months on the three and a half-minute time lapse video. Meanwhile, his Canon 7D is said to have broken, doubtless due to too many pictures. According to Stoupin, however, it paid off, the result cannot be put into words. Pure goose bumps!
Even though the 4k resolution is not yet supported by Vimeo, Daniel was prudent enough to deliberately produce the time-lapse according to the standard that will replace Full-HD (1080p) in the near future. We can only hope that he uploads it on YouTube and that we’ll soon have 4k-capable output devices in order to marvel at it in all its glory. 🙂