The hyperlapse is quickly becoming a sub-genre of the timelapse, and nothing we’ve seen recently does it better than Paris in Motion (Part II).  What is hyperlapse?   You know how a timelapse is composed out of thousands of photos taken from the SAME location, sometimes with a dolly to inject some motion?   Well, the hyperlapse takes this technique one step further by MOVING the camera a few steps with each shot, adding an incredible amount of complexity to the production but rendering fantastic results.   

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The Lion City by Keith Loutit

 I love Keith Loutit’s films. They’re just amazing and beautiful to watch. The music, as always, is brilliantly composed and really brings the video alive. 

This is how time-lapse and tilt-shift films should be done. You should go and watch more of his films.

And here is another brilliant step forward for the tilt-shift technique:  blurred moving horizon revealing landscape features progressively.