Sen varken herşey güzel
Sen varken herşey güzel
Traditional time-lapses are constrained by the idea that there is a single universal clock. In the spirit of Einstein’s relativity theory, layer-lapses assign distinct clocks to any number of objects or regions in a scene. Each of these clocks may start at any point in time, and tick at any rate. The result is a visual time dilation effect known as layer-lapse.
To learn more about this project, my background, and my gear, please visit: kessleru.com/2014/10/what-drives-you
Motion Control: Kessler CineDrive kesslercrane.com
Hours Spent Shooting~ 100
Hours Spent Editing~ 350
# of Drafts/Iterations~800
Photos Taken~ 150,000
Avg # of Layers/clip ~35
Music: A big thanks to Alex Adair for making the song “Make Me Feel Better” and giving me permission to use it.
Programs: SpectraLayers Pro 2, Lightroom, After Effects, Photoshop, Excel, LRTimelapse, and Premier Pro
Cameras/lenses: Canon 6D, 7D, 16-35, 24-105, Tokina 11-16
Locations: Port of Boston, Hancock Tower, Memorial Drive, MIT Stata Center, Harborwalk, Wharf District Park, Chandler Plaza, Convention Center, North Point Park, State St., Boston Commons, Pier 4 (pier4boston.com/), Greenway, Customs Tower, Boston Harbor Hotel (bhh.com/), and Deer Island Park
Clips can be licensed and customized to other pieces of music, email me if you are interested: email@example.com
I’m aware of a couple photographers that have done similar work including Fong Qi Wei’s “Time in Motion” series which definitely influenced me, and Geoff Tompkinson’s “Chicago toccata & fugue”. If anyone is working on a similar style, please feel free to reach out to me, I’d love to exchange ideas.
"The past is not gone, and the future isn’t non-existent; the past, the future, and present are all existing [now] in exactly the same way." Max Tegmark
[…] Despite the fact that mankind is killed, the war still continues. War continued with automated system left by people. One of the last surviving bomber and its pilot still performs its task. The city is dead for a long time. Dead people who built it. Dead people who gave the order to destroy the city. And war will continue until subside echo of humanity.But life will always find a way to survive. Cassette bomb submunitions became a fortress for the grass.
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Not the biggest fan of the Star Wars, but this seems interesting :)
Endorsed by Lucas Film
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