I cannot tell a lie—I’ve become obsessed. After spending the past $% minutes watching most of the videos from the TSO Photography site I posted earlier today, I had a revelation. Ready for it? Watching Video Wednesday! (And yes, for those of you wondering, I absolutely did just learn how to embed videos in WordPress. I am infinitely proud of myself).
Anyway, Watching Videos Wednesday it is! Except I simply have to post this additional video—Manhattan in Motion—today. Right now. Right this second. It’s too good to wait a whole other week. Mad props (seriously, humongous props) to Josh Owens at mindrelic.com for creating such an amazing masterpiece of Manhattan.
Mindrelic – Manhattan in motion from Mindrelic on Vimeo.
I recently spent a little over a month hotel hopping in Manhattan (March 12th to April 29th) shooting time lapse. These clips were pulled from over an hours worth of footage.
“Lights dim” from NYC based group called ‘The American Dollar’ (http://theamericandollar.info)
Dynamic Perception dolly rig (http://www.dynamicperception.com)
“The little bramper” (http://www.thewhippersnapper.com)
Canon glass from (http://www.borrowlenses.com)
Cameras: one Canon 5D mark II, and two Canon 7Ds
-Midtown East Hotels
Doubletree Metropolitan (http://facebook.com/dtmetropolitan)
Radisson Lexington (http://facebook.com/radlex)
-Times Square Hotels
Doubletree Guest Suites Times Square (http://facebook.com/DTTimesSquare)
Paramount Hotel (http://facebook.com/nycparamount)
Hampton Inn Times Square (http://facebook.com/HITimesSquare)
Hilton Garden Inn Times Square (http://facebook.com/HGITimesSquare)
The Milford Plaza (http://facebook.com/TheMilford)
-Midtown West/Upper West Side
Park Central (http://facebook.com/parkcentralny)
On The Ave (http://facebook.com/ontheavehotel)
Hilton New York Fashion District (https://facebook.com/hiltonnewyorkfashiondistrict)
Hilton Garden Inn 35th Street (http://facebook.com/HGINewYork)