Dylan Higginbotham from Stupid Raisins is on a quest. He’s spending 100 days creating timelapse videos of various subjects, people, buildings, and nature. And he’s offering them all as downloads via his blog. Not only can you download his timelapses, but he gives a “making-of” video of each and every shoot to show what it takes to create them.
Be sure to scroll though each one and download what you’d like, here. As of this post, Dylan already has 23 timelapses under his belt.
Jeff is currently a Senior Producer/Editor for a government contractor in Northern Virginia where he assisted in the creation of their media department from the ground up. Prior to that, he was a Senior Video Production Specialist and Team Lead for the Department of Defense with more than ten years of consistent production, editing, video and audio recording experience. Jeff specializes in identifying, developing and supporting new trends in visual media technology and other solutions.
Outside of the workplace, Jeff created a long-form documentary about the rise of a local boxer, Tori Nelson, to 13-time world champion status across 4 weight classes. It aired nationally via the Sports Channel For Women and screened at The Alexandria Film Festival and Texas Black Film Festival.
Jeff is co-producing "The Lost Clipper," a 16 year documentary about the first hijacking in U.S. history and the search for those 15 lost souls taken in 1938. Filming takes him to Micronesia, Guam, Hawaii, Canada, and locations across the U.S.
He enjoys creating a media-marketing social networking campaign for entities such as CapitalTristate Electrical Distributors and "The Lost Clipper" and personalities such as world boxing champion Tori Nelson, Narcos personalities Steve Murphy and Javier Pena, and renowned landscape photographer Frank Lee Ruggles.
Solving complex technical problems by utilizing a myriad of advanced audio-video hardware and software applications along with initiative and ingenuity, Jeff is eager to attack any project head-on.
think beyond convention...and consider it done!