One of the most striking things about New York City is the fall colors and there’s no better place to view this then Central Park. The creator of this video, Jamie Scott chose 15 locations in the park and revisited them 2 days a week for 6 months, recording all camera positions and lens information to create consistency in the images. All shots were taken just after sunrise.
Scott had to maintain the same camera settings and positions for each location throughout the project. The video took one year to complete and looks pretty amazing.
This short clip, released on Vimeo, shows a swooping panoramic view of the Big Apple‘s changing seasons, working its way across the tree-lined horizons of the NYC’s famous park. To capture the autumnal time lapse, Scott filmed in different locations across the expansive fields and walkways, pitching a tripod and camera two times a week for six months. The result is a gorgeous survey of the red and orange hues as they fade into winter grays.
Take a look and enjoy the work of nature and technology during a six months period:
See also: Stunning New York City Time-Lapse [WATCH] – “Night and Day” video is a combination of non-traditional video time-lapse and animation. It was filmed day and night scenes from around New York City and combined them back into single sequences using rotoscoping techniques. The piece explores the relationships between night and day, by compositing together scenes shot in the same location over a time period ranging from 4 – 8 hours.