Vimeo releases time-coded review

I was reposting some Vimeo links of some video projects earlier, and I noticed that Vimeo now has review built into their platform. I'm really excited to try that out on my next freelance assignment!

Fstoppers has a writeup here:

Vimeo Launches Review Pages 


Now that you've read this, here's a video I shot:

In which Jon Painter travels the world and makes pretty pictures. Shot on location in Thailand, Latvia, Austria, The Bahamas, and the United States.

Shot on Canon 5dmkiii, Sony Action Cam, GoPro Hero 3+ Black, and iPhone.

For more visit www.jonpainter.com
On Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/jonpainter

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Nasa Pluto approach timelapse video

Now that is just awesome. NASA's New Horizons program put together an approach video from more than 100 images taken over a 6 month span as New Horizons approached Pluto.

"To create a movie that makes viewers feel as if they’re diving into Pluto, mission scientists had to interpolate some of the panchromatic (black and white) frames based on what they know Pluto looks like to make it as smooth and seamless as possible. Low-resolution color from the Ralph color camera aboard New Horizons was then draped over the frames to give the best available, actual color simulation of what it would look like to descend from high altitude to Pluto’s surface.
After a 9.5-year voyage covering more than three billion miles, New Horizons flew through the Pluto system on July 14, 2015, coming within 7,800 miles (12,500 kilometers) of Pluto. Carrying powerful telescopic cameras that could spot features smaller than a football field, New Horizons sent back hundreds of images of Pluto and its moons that show how dynamic and fascinating their surfaces are. Credits: NASA/JHUAPL/SwRI"

Courtesy NASA