On the streets of Louisville in Kentucky, to make hyper-lapse


Eric has certainly not been spared in this year and a half, during which he took thousands of photographs to create gorgeous hyper-lapse of his city.

As only a true freak of statistics can do, he has collected all the most important info during the shooting, and posted them on Vimeo. Some are really interesting:

208.9 hours of shooting / driving / set up time
40 hours of edit time roughly
79 hours color correcting
20 hours on final exports
10 hours figuring out analytics
357.9 hours spent on video

The final product is really accurate, perhaps a bit too long for a time-lapse of this type. All sequences were in fact well optimised in LRTimelapse and stabilized in post-production.


And here is “Louisville In Motion. A timelapse tour of Louisville Kentucky”

Equipment Used

Cameras: Panasonic GH2
Lenses: Panasonic 7-14mm, Panasonic 20mm, Panasonic 45mm, Panasonic 14-140mm, Panasonic 100-300mm
Slider/Dolly: Kessler Pocket Dolly Ver1, Kessler Shuttle Pod Mini
Other info: Treppiede Manfrotto


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