Last month, TriggerTrap asked photographers in five cities around the world to come together to create ‘the most diverse time-lapse ever made.’ After a month of receiving, organizing and editing, TriggerTrap has shared the final results, LapseWorld.
The cities TriggerTrap asked to go out and shoot were San Francisco, New York City, Cape Town, London and Milan. In each of the cities, photographers went out, gear in tow, and shot the world around them.
After the photographers captured their images and submitted them, TriggerTrap got to work editing together the massive amounts of footage.
The result is five different videos, each of which presents a unique perspective of a city as seen by its residents.
Below is a little introduction video for the project as a whole. Following that, you will find all five crowdsourced time-lapses in their entirety.
New York City
Considering just how massive the undertaking was, it’s incredible to see just how well the results were.
It’s hard enough editing a time-lapse when you’re the one that planned everything out and structured it in a particular way. I can’t imagine trying to edit not just one, but five videos shot by people from around the world.
What one was your favorite? What cities would you like to see TriggerTrap do next year?