Nov 30, 2012
Posted by the elegant ape at 1:28 PM
The trees of New York City’s Central Park transition from the greens of summer through the oranges of fall to the browns of winter in the incredible time-lapse video, “Fall,” by Jamie Scott. Scott recorded the time-lapses over the course of 6 months, photographing twice a week at sunrise in 15 locations around the park. In order to create the seamless color changing sequences in the final video, Scott had to maintain the same camera settings and positions for each location throughout the project. The video took one year to complete.
Posted by the elegant ape at 5:26 AM
To commemorate The Amazing Spider-Man Blu-Ray and DVD release in the UK, film / tv production company Infinite Wisdom (in association with SONY and GoPRO) shot a great short film titled Peter Parkour (filled with Spider-Man references) in London that captures Parkour Generations athlete Axel Dupre as he races across the city showing off his spider-inspired training routine. They did a great job when subtly placing all of the references pulled from the actual film and placed into their parkour adventure (such as the costume color choices and the lizard hanging out during a wall climbing shot). You can watch the short from a “Spidey Eye View” in the video below.
images via The Amazing Spider-Man UK Facebook page
Posted by the elegant ape at 5:23 AM
Posted by the elegant ape at 5:22 AM