Seamless Hyperlapse Flight Through Modern Art Museum

A smart way to present the reopening of a Modern Art Museum after its impressive reconstruction is to let somebody perform a seamless hyper-lapse flight through it.

Well known paintings such as “The Execution of Emperor Maximilian” [1868–69] by Édouard Manet and epic plastics like Umberto Boccioni´s “Unique Forms of Continuity in Space” [1913] are caught in one single take.

At least it seems so.

The whole video consists only of single pictures. Most of them taken with classical tripod Hyperlapsing and others created with a phone gimbal.

Shahab Gabriel Behzumi shared with us the following details on his video:

Luckily was asked by the Museum staff to perform a short hyperlapse film for the reopening in summer 2018.

It took me about 2 weeks in a whole to perform all the shots. The postproduction was inside the timeframe.

Hyperlapsing itself is a kind of “movement art”. It is “capturing your movement through time and space.”
So I am very pleased, that I could show this very modern Museum , its “cubes” and the embedded art with my method. 2 good things were, that this time I decided to help my self with a little electronical helper .. my Phonegimbal. So I could concentrate all my hyperlapse force for my favorite objects.
And aI shot more pictures that I needed.. 72 FPS in average, so it was worth to render in 60 FPS.


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