Watch an epic time-lapse depiction of New York City (video)
Two-person team the Seventh Movement put together their stunning project, "Rumble and Sway," with 321 different shots of the city.
Wed Oct 2 2013
We can't get enough of time-lapse videos of New York City; it's one of the only ways to truly capture the city's ever-buzzing magnitude. This new find is called "Rumble and Sway" and comes from the Seventh Movement, two buddies named Thom and Vin, who work in time-lapse broadcasting for networks like ESPN.
To put the clip together, the pair used 321 different photographs they'd taken for the 2013 US Open broadcast on ESPN; you can read more about their process here. The results are stunning, and you can watch them below.
[h/t Vimeo Staff Picks]
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