an hd time-lapse film composed of 1000's of still images shot with a nikon d700 in and around san francisco, california.

the brief opening sequence "the march of progress", is from hugh harmon's 1945 documentary on the bay area's interurban trolley plan. it was known as the key system and was considered a progressive idea in it's day, however in 1961 the transportation plan was abandon.

post processing was done in after effects, lightroom, streamclip, and imovie-hd (6 and 9). music: pleasure by richard durand & protoculture from the 2012 album richard durand vs. the world (bonus track version)

this time-lapse short film is dedicated to my close friend john. you know you rock dude!

other than vimeo my videos as well as most of my still photography work can be found on flickr at:

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