PetaPixel

Time-Lapse Tilt-Shift Portrait of California

Pre-med student Ryan Killackey and his wife spent nearly two years shooting 10,000 photographs in California using a Canon Rebel XS with a “nifty fifty” 50mm, 18-55mm kit lens, and 50-250mm. They then combined the stills into a short time-lapse video — adding a fake tilt-shift look to some of the footage using After Effects — creating a beautiful and creative portrait of California.

(via Reddit)


 
 
  • Laura Dobrzynski

    This is gorgeous…I wonder how many hours of editing they put in to create this video.

  • Laura Dobrzynski

    This is gorgeous…I wonder how many hours of editing they put in to create this video.

  • Karyn

    Very pretty!

  • Karyn

    Very pretty!

  • Karyn

    Very pretty!

  • Keaton

    I can only imagine how many more views it would have received if only it were a Time-Lapse Tilt-Shift HDR video. 

  • Anonymous

    i’m just thankful they didn’t add hipstamatic or instagram style processing – that may have caused a cliche style overuse overload and meltdown…

  • http://twitter.com/BANANAMANANAS Josh Ladella

    I hope he gets into med school. Nearly all the pre-meds I’ve met have no life outside of school, much less an appreciation for art.

  • http://twitter.com/BANANAMANANAS Josh Ladella

    I hope he gets into med school. Nearly all the pre-meds I’ve met have no life outside of school, much less an appreciation for art.

  • http://www.facebook.com/stephan.henningsen Stephan Henningsen

    Reminds me of these lovely music videos by Keith Loutit:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkrtYRxGyuo
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Elc_xs-RPAU