While putting together my most recent film, I spent some time re-shooting and processing old and new footage to see how the skyline has grown over the past 3-4 years. Here are some comparison gif files (use the slider to compare):
Take a fast paced timelapse tour of Austin, the fastest growing city in the United States. Filmed in 2016 and 2017, "SCENERY - Austin" is an independently funded and solo-produced timelapse and hyperlapse project exploring the growing skyline of the flourishing capital of the Lone Star State.
"SCENERY - Austin" is a compilation of highlights from 200+ hours of shooting and 600+ hours of post-production. All motion control was performed manually with hyperlapse techniques (for long-run scenes) or by leveraging my own custom designed and manufactured digital motion control systems (for the short-run scenes).
Music is courtesy of Le Nonsense (soundcloud.com/lenonsensebeats).
Just a super short piece I shot Saturday night during the first UT game of the season vs. UNT.
My seat was well beyond what you would call the nose-bleeds, but I still knew the outcome thanks to our wonderful tower lighting tradition!
Spectral Austin is the product of an entire long, hot, and colorful summer of timelapse and hyperlapse shooting around downtown Austin. After completing my graduate school qualifying exams, I was finally able to dedicate some time to improving the techniques I developed during the production of my first project, Sleepwalking Austin.
Music by DPRK.
I feel like I know the Union Pacific freight schedule a little too well at this point for an average citizen. I would have a hard time explaining all the observations I've recorded should my notes be scrutinized by a railroad police officer.