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THE CITY OF ANGELS

THE CITY OF ANGELS

In this short timelapse video I photographed many iconic locations in Los Angeles. LA has been filmed countless times, but I wanted to capture the city in a unique way. To do that, I used a technique called hyperlapse, which is a series of still photographs taken over a desired distance at a set interval. Every frame of this video is a still photograph.

After exploring the city, I’ve learned to appreciate Los Angeles in a way which I didn’t before. I love the views, the architecture, the history and the diversity. Yes, the traffic is horrible, and parking is a nightmare, but it’s a beautiful place, and it’s my home and I’m proud to say that I live in the City of Angels!

-Sean Collins

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Music by: Explosions in the sky — “The Birth and Death of the Day”

Article about the video in Los Angeles Magazine: lamag.com/citythink/citythinkblog/2013/10/22/at-the-speed-of-la-see-the-city-through-hyperlapse-technology

Shot entirely in 5K resolution with Canon cameras and lenses.

Post-Production workflow: Lrtimelapse => Lightroom => After Effects => Final Cut Pro 7

A big thank you to some of my friends that helped: Mervyn Cole, Jason McMahon, Ron Carlson, Nick Stich and Jason Fisher.

Cast: Bodhi Films

This is Boston

This is Boston

This video was created as a tribute to the beautiful city of Boston. Bostonians are proud of their city and I wanted to make a video they could be proud of, and which attempts to capture the greatness that is Boston. I’ve had the opportunity to explore Boston and be inspired by it countless times, and I tried to channel that inspiration into this video. I hope Bostonians enjoy seeing their city through my eyes.

-Sean Collins
bodhifilms.com

Music: At Home (Passion Pit Remix) — By Crystal Fighters
Purchase song at:
itunes.apple.com/us/album/star-of-love-remixes/id561061772

This video would not have been possible if not for my longtime friend Kenan Alsarabi, who worked on the production of this video with me. I also want to thank Dynamic Perception for their motion control slider and Gunther at LRTimelapse for his amazing program.

Cast: Bodhi Films