Today we are not going to be looking at an infill project, rather we are going to be looking around Denver from 37 different angles in the form of time-lapse photography. This has been a rising trend in the world of digital photography with many major cities showcased both inside and outside the United States. After looking around a bit, I noticed there hasn’t been a solid time-lapse compilation on Denver and I figured it was time to make one!
Over the past year or so, on my free time, along with blogging for DenverInfill, I have been taking a series of time-lapse shots around Denver and compiling them into a video that goes along with music. This time-lapse video is titled ‘A Day in Denver’ and showcases a whole day in Denver from early morning to late night. There were 9,186 photos taken for this project, 255GB of data processed, and over 180 hours were spent planning, shooting, and editing this project. Since we all love Denver and its greatness here, I couldn’t think of a better place to premiere this video!
Without further ado, I present to you, ‘A Day in Denver’. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did creating it!
(If you are experiencing quality issues with the video, specifically in Chrome, Vimeo is working on a fix for their player. However, you can also fix the issue by following these simple instructions.)
Out of each time-lapse shoot, I picked a single frame that best represented that particular sequence. Below, you can view the slideshow of my selected still images from each sequence you see in the video. You can also view them on my Flickr!