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I’ve been getting into Hyperlapse a lot (think timelapse, but where you move the tripod in between shots).  This style of storytelling offers some unique ways of combining photography, timelapse, and stop motion animation.

I recently camera across an extensive example that’s just amazing on so many levels.

The piece was photographed and edited by Selina Miles. It features the work of four graffiti artists (lead by Sofles) as they paint an abandoned warehouse in Brisbane, Australia.

 

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Join the conversation! 3 Comments

  1. Incredible video. The graffiti world loved it and apparently so did everyone else. The hyperlapse is an amazing technique too.

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  2. […] a more polished version here is one that I first watched on the Photofocus blog titled Sofles – Limitless. (The Photofocus blog is homebase for one of the photography […]

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    • Hey Greg… good first attempt. Try ARCING around subject. Changing your distance with a curved path. It works best if you try to keep the subject in same part of frame and arc to emphasize parallax.

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About Richard Harrington

Richard Harrington is the founder of RHED Pixel, a visual communications company based in Washington, D.C. He is the Publisher of Photofocus and Creative Cloud User as well as an author on Lynda.com. Rich has authored several books including From Still to Motion, Understanding Photoshop, Professional Web Video, and Creating DSLR Video.

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