It's been an incredible year for timelapse, with creative and technological boundaries pushed to their farthest limits by photographers and filmmakers alike. We even took part here at Triggertrap by bringing a group of photographers together to create the biggest single-day, single-location crowdsourced timelapse ever - called LapseLondon. All the while, photographers from around the world have been submitting their very best work to Primelapse, our global timelapse database. Let's take a look at some of the greatest and most exciting timelapses that joined the global Primelapse collection this year.
With incredibly inviting seaside scenes and some of the best star trail footage we've seen all year, Zakynthos seems like a pretty dreamy location for filming timelapses.
A larger than life super moon, unlike you've ever seen before, looms over downtown LA tonight.
A rather well shot timelapse of an already enormous cruise ship being made even more giant. Simple, but epic.
From offshore lightning storms to controlled bush fire, this is a great little documentary on life in Australia's Northern Territories.
With unique perspectives on those well-known wild west landscapes, this trailer definitely left us eager to see more!
If this has whet your appetite and you'd like to see more from the world of timelapse, Primelapse has well over 4,500 timelapse videos from a total of 150 countries around the world. So why not go exploring? If you'd like to add your own contribution to the collection - and please do - you can submit it here.