Hypnotic Hyperlapse Shows Los Angeles Transition From Day to Night

Nov 19, 2015

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Hypnotic Hyperlapse Shows Los Angeles Transition From Day to Night

Nov 19, 2015

Gannon Burgett

Gannon Burgett is a communications professional with over a decade of experience in content strategy, editing, marketing, multimedia content creation. He’s photographed and written content seen across hundreds of millions of pageviews. In addition to his communications work for various entities and publications, Gannon also runs his multimedia marketing agency, Ekleptik Media, where he brings his expertise as a full-stack creator to help develop and execute data-driven content strategies. His writing, photos, and videos have appeared in USA Today, Car and Driver, Road & Track, Autoweek, Popular Mechanics, TechCrunch, Gizmodo, Digital Trends, DPReview, PetaPixel, Imaging Resource, Lifewire, Yahoo News, Detroit Free Press, Lansing State Journal, and more.

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Screen Shot 2015-11-19 at 3.11.19 PMThe city of Los Angeles is mesmerizing no matter how you look at it. But filmmaker Vadim Tereshchenko wanted to make sure he put his own magical spin on The City of Angels for a recent hyperlapse he created for National Geographic’s Short Film Showcase.

In the two minute hyperlapse, Tereshchenko takes us on a hypnotic ride through the streets and beaches of Los Angeles. The hyperlapse took over two years to create, most of which was spent scouting locations and holding out for the perfect conditions.

Tereshchenko says he ‘used a lot of self-developed tricks and techniques’, both in shooting and post-processing to give the video the unique aesthetic. However, unlike any good magician, he isn’t sharing his tricks…not yet at least.

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You can find more videos from Tereshchenko on his website and Vimeo page. You can also keep up with all of National Geographic’s Short Film Showcase on their YouTube Channel.

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Author’s note: For those of you curious about the song being used, Pretty Lights’ One Day They’ll Know (ODESZA Remix). I highly suggest checking out Pretty Lights’ A Color Map of the Sun* album if you like this song*.

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Gannon Burgett is a communications professional with over a decade of experience in content strategy, editing, marketing, multimedia content creation. He’s photographed and written content seen across hundreds of millions of pageviews. In addition to his communications work for various entities and publications, Gannon also runs his multimedia marketing agency, Ekleptik Media, where he brings his expertise as a full-stack creator to help develop and execute data-driven content strategies. His writing, photos, and videos have appeared in USA Today, Car and Driver, Road & Track, Autoweek, Popular Mechanics, TechCrunch, Gizmodo, Digital Trends, DPReview, PetaPixel, Imaging Resource, Lifewire, Yahoo News, Detroit Free Press, Lansing State Journal, and more.

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One response to “Hypnotic Hyperlapse Shows Los Angeles Transition From Day to Night”

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    Ben Factor

    Love day to night hyper lapses. If you want to learn how to do it, DPB has a good tutorial
    https://dronephotographybible.com/how-to-shoot-and-post-process-a-day-to-night-hyperlapse-the-holy-grail-technique/