1. The City of Chicago becomes a light show to the music of Johann Sebastian Bach.Toccata and fugue in D-minor.
    For current timelapse and hyperlapse WORKSHOP PROGRAM see geofftompkinson.com/workshops

    For day to night lapses and HDR I use Promote Control see - http://tinyurl.com/promotecontrol

    For motion control I use Emotimo (http://tinyurl.com/emotimo ) & Rhino Camera Gear (rhinocameragear.com/)

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  2. Through the past couple years I've shot a decent amount of time-lapses of the Chicago skyline. I figured why not take all of those and throw the same mirror filter that was warmly welcomed by a lot of people on this: flickr.com/photos/cshimala/5275838854/

    Music: Neon Canyon - Libra

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  3. Directed & Produced by Kristopher Rey-Talley

    Produced by Kristopher Rey-Talley & Sam Wootton

    Creative Director: Jason Peterson for HAVAS

    Director of Photography: Sam Wootton

    2nd Unit Director of Photography: Ryan Dickie
    1st AC: Steven Talley

    Edited by Sam Wootton & Kristopher Rey-Talley

    Sound Design by Todd B.

    Creative Director: Jason Peterson for HAVAS

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  4. Chicago has many truly great buildings. It sits firmly on the map of global architecture and is the birthplace of the skyscraper. Creating a short video about just five great buildings is doing this city a massive disservice, as there are many and this is simply my thoughts. I hope you enjoy it. I loved creating it.

    Creative and Animation: Al Boardman (alboardman.com)
    Music: Vimeo Music "Prelude No. 3" by Chris Zabriskie (chriszabriskie.com)
    Sound design: Noted in its absence!

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  5. Please watch in Fullscreen & HD with sound for best quality.

    Cityscape Chicago II is a personal timelapse piece that I have worked on periodically over the past two years. The inspiration behind the project ties similarly with the original piece. As the city of Chicago continues to change, my fascination with it grows as well. The goal for me is always to capture the city in a unique way from new perspectives, and to continue exploring it.

    The timelapse sequences in this video were all shot on the Canon 5D Mark III and various lenses. Motion control used in the making of the piece was provided by the Kessler CineDrive and Second Shooter.

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    This video may not be used without permission. Embedding this video into a commercial website is not permittable without the consent of Eric Hines Photography.

    Licensing Details - Available in 4K


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