The ideas and techniques behind timelapse videos keep getting better. But it seems that filmmaker Rob Whitworth even goes beyond possible. After big cities like Dubai, Istanbul or Shanghai, this time, Rob takes you to a smaller, but charming city. It’s his hometown – Norwich, England.
The city is famous for its beautiful cathedral, and Rob’s video shows it in flow motion that will make you feel like you’re there with him. So if you haven’t visited this city yet, let this video guide you through its famous cathedral. There’s a lot to enjoy, and Rob turned it into a fascinating video.
Norwich is located about 100 miles from London, and it used to be the second largest city in England. Today, it doesn’t hold the same position any longer, but it still has sites to offer. In Rob’s latest flow-motion, we can definitely see the city’s charm. It’s known for its universities, the Cathedral from 1906, the open air market and it’s England’s first UNESCO City of Literature. What I personally find interesting is that one of the twin cities to Norwich is my hometown, Novi Sad.
According to Rob, this is most likely the world’s first flow-motion of a cathedral. Since this is the artist’s hometown, he wanted to capture it in its best light. As far as I’m concerned, he definitely did it. The flow-motion of the city and the cathedral made me feel like I was there, and his technique even reminds me of the Game of Thrones title sequence.
If you’d like to see more of Rob’s amazing work, make sure to visit his website or subscribe to his Vimeo or YouTube channel. And to find out more about him and his work, you can also read an interview with him on DIYP.