A photograph taken at every ten paces as an experiment to see how a technique closer to stop-motion with composed images and control over random factors (especially joggers) compares to standard video time-lapse.
These are a couple of walks in Oxford; one from Marston Ferry road, through the University Parks to Marston Road, and the other from Hythe Bridge Street, by the Oxford Canal, through Port Meadow to Polstead Road.
It looks like a photograph every five paces would have been more effective but I can't be bothered to remake this particular test. The downloadable version isn't as corrupted.
Music: A Summer Wasting by Belle & Sebastian
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