A Day with Boston Ballet, Time-Lapse Style

September 20, 2013

I’m a sucker for a great time-lapse video. Whether it’s showing the course of the sun from rise to set, or it’s a street view of bustling NYC, I’m into it. It’s probably because I’m impatient. I like things to move fast, and a time lapse essentially takes things into a watchable fast-forward mode.

So with that, I present to you the latest, greatest, time-lapsiest video, which shows Boston Ballet dancers in both super-duper fast sequences and ohhhh-soooo-slooooow moments.

The video, A Day of Grace with Boston Ballet, shows what goes on in one day in Boston Ballet’s Studio 7. David Gifford and Adrian Dalca used GoPro cameras (you know, those super-cool ones skiers and cyclists attach to their helmets for those killer POV shots you always see on TV) to create the video, set to music by Audiomachine.

A Day of Grace with Boston Ballet
from David Gifford on Vimeo.