600 photos and 4800 camera rotations of Beatrixkwartier, The Hague played at 8 fps.
All photos are as they came from camera without any manipulations in post-production. To achieve the kaleidoscopic effect I pointed the camera up and rotated it 8 times on a tripod with L bracket to keep lens rotating on its own axis, while shutter was open. During rotations I covered the lens. I repeated the process at 1 meter intervals.
The first photo was taken on 27 February, 2014 and last one on 17 April, 2014..A lot of effort and back-pain went into making this and I'm very proud of the result even though original target of 800 frames was not met. I could finish up the last 200 but I prefer to make part II with another 600 frames on another location.
Been approached by the police 4 times, also a few curious people. Some found it cool some told me to not photograph their building for security reasons.
Kudos for Rutger Verberkmoes for making another beautiful sound atmosphere that really brings Accent into this video.