Paris Captured in 2,000 Images

Luke Shepard strung together over 2,000 images in a complex time-lapse manner to create this visually stunning video titled Le Flneur. Setting the mood with music from XX, he shows us a side of Paris most of us have never seen.

What started as a project for his studies at the American University of Paris became an impressive undertaking. “There were many nights last spring that I got very little sleep,” Shepard says. “I would often head out to shoot around midnight and get back home around six in the morning. The image sequences took hours to capture.”

via [Neatorama], [National Geographic]





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