Techniques: Time Lapse & Tilt Shift
Photographer: Keith Loutit
YouTube filmmaker Andy Blalock presents a dynamic, up-and-close time lapse view of Cambodia's capital city.
All landings at San Diego International Airport on November 23, 2012 between 10:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., composited and time-lapsed into a 25 second clip by Cy Kuckenbaker.
We'll let them explain:
The 11 floors tower of the HESAV (Health High School Vaud) has been animated as a rudimentary screen whose pixels are, in fact, all the windows and shutters that students, staff and friends shake for hours.
This is why people live in the Pacific Northwest -- no smog, no humidity, and no hurricanes.
Brooklyn gets tilt-shifted and time-lapsed, and the effect is a big ol' win.
Everyone loves making city time-lapse videos, especially as documentary filler footage -- but NightFall, covering L.A. over a series of days and nights, stands ahead of the pack.
It actually makes the smoggy hellhole look beautiful.
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