In early December, I purchased my first DSLR camera and shortly after came across a unique tutorial on stop-motion photography. gizmodo.com/5969775/how-to-make-your-own-dizzying-spinning-time+lapse-videos
You can see more videos like them at hypnosf.com and candyglassproductions.com
The technique involves a tall building shot from multiple vantage points. Instead though, I decided to incorporate my own spin on it by including a fibonacci spiral connecting the base of the building to the circle.
After generating the following map, flic.kr/p/dCEjEg I set out to shoot over 135 angles of the tallest building downtown, the US Bank building.
Afterward, I thought it would be cool to shoot a bit of stock timelapse from some of my favorite east side views and make a full production. 18 days, more than 15k still frames, and ~60 hours of processing later, you are witnessing the finished product.
The music used in the video is an original composition titled Hollandaise by my band, Hill Sleepers. The band is comprised of myself, Joseph Minadeo and Sarah Bansak. Full album available at hillsleepers.com published by Patternbased music.
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