Inspiring New York City Time Lapse: The Manhattan Project

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Diamond says:

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Euan says:

Does anyone know what the background track is for this video? Absolutely love it!

Alex Cortez says:

must had been a video-captured timelapse. not a ‘still’ one. which explains the really smooth panning and beautiful forward-backward camera movements.

Reigo says:

Oh my god, Thanks for shareing those truly awesome works.

Lorii Abela says:

Truly awesome shots!.. Thanks for sharing!

RvF says:

Beautiful work, thanks for sharing.

faisal says:

The video is not seen, it says not found,

Kunal says:

“This website/URL has been blocked until further notice either pursuant to Court orders or on the Directions issued by the Department of Telecommunications” <- Woah man?

Sid Pai says:

Chase – you should also check out mindrelic.com. He has also documented NYC beautifully just like Cameron here.

Neil says:

How do they get the shots so smooth, brilliantly done!

Ed says:

Amazing HDR/motion/time lapse by my pal Drew Geraci! http://vimeo.com/search?q=geraci

Joshua M. says:

I sincerely appreciate you guys and artist in general for greatly influencing culture and improving awareness of the world around us. I find every post to be motivating and inspiring. If only the amount of happiness/interest brought to people through art was a direct currency to provide income and well being for artist without physically needing to pay them. They deserve it.

rjw says:

The pans, tilts and tracks are so smooth – how do you get such things done in a timelapse?

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