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Amsterdam Time-lapse 4K by Dennis Bernhard

This past November I got to spend three days running around Amsterdam taking in all the sights and sounds the city has to offer. The canals and architecture are impossibly scenic. It’s a bustling city full of cars, bikes, trams and smiling people. And like a scene straight out of a movie, you can stumble upon a giant chess match between two old men.

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Santa Monica California Time-lapse 4K by Dennis Bernhard

This was a fun time-lapse to shoot. I really love the way the roller coaster and ferris wheel turned out against the orange glow of the setting sun.

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The World-Famous Pacific Park by Dennis Bernhard

The World-Famous Pacific Park against the setting sun.

The World-Famous Pacific Park against the setting sun.

I’ve wanted to create this photo for a while and it came together perfectly. The lights and motion of the rides set against a background of dark clouds and a setting sun.

I still find it astonishing that there is a theme park on a pier, but it sure it pretty.

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2018 Time-lapse Recap by Dennis Bernhard

2018 was a great year. I got to travel across the country and around the world. Here’s my best shots smooshed together into one day.

Thank you to everyone who watched my videos this year. This will be the last video for 2018. I’m off to Tokyo and India. Be on the look out for more videos in the new year.

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Went to Canada to look at America by Dennis Bernhard

Bright orange sky.

Bright orange sky.

I went to Detroit for a work trip recently. While I was there I ran over to Canada in hopes of catching a sunset over Downtown Detroit. The sun didn’t quite cooperate but I was able to catch these two shots over the Ambassador Bridge.

Moody sky after sundown.

Moody sky after sundown.

Downtown Denver Sunset Timelapse by Dennis Bernhard


I got to spend the 4th of July in one of my favorite places on earth, Denver, Colorado. Even though the sunset gods didn't favor me this day, I was still able to find an amazing spot to view downtown Denver and the Rocky Mountains behind it. The fireworks were much more impressive in person, but I think they still look cool in the timelapse.

- Dennis

San Francisco Time-lapse by Dennis Bernhard

I visited San Francisco for the first time in early March. I've spent years looking at all of the iconic photos fog, bridges, and steep streets. It was very cool to get to run around the city and actually see them in person. 

While the weather didn't fully cooperate (I never got to actually see the Golden Gate Bridge), The temp was perfect and what I did get to see was spectacular. 

Have you ever been to San Francisco? What's your favorite part?

- Dennis