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Time-Lapse Video Spanning 3 Years and 45,000 Photographs

You’ve probably seen time-lapse videos spanning hours, days, weeks, or months, but how about years? Ramon, a videographer based in Paris, spent three years shooting the same location in Paris, documenting the teardown of an old skyscraper and the construction of a new one. The photographs were shot between January 2007 and September 2010 using a Pentax K110D DSLR, and a whopping 45,000 photographs were captured.

At the end of the video, the 3 years are played back in only 20 seconds. Crazy.


Thanks for the tip, David!