Photography: A ridiculously cool “layer lapse” of NYC

Julian Tryba scripts After Effects to produce carefully segmented, meticulously choreographed “layer lapses” that produce a “visual time dilation” that juxtaposes the same scene shot at different times of day. Here, just check it out:

You can read more about the project on PetaPixel:

Tryba visited NYC 22 times, drove 9988 miles, spent 352 hours shooting 232,000 photos with 6 cameras (5 Canon DSLRs and a Sony a7R II) and 11 different lenses, and paid $1,430 in parking fees.


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