Candy Glass Productions has given the dime-a-dozen timelapse video a whole new twist—literally. Check out their recently released hyperlapse presentation (which they’re calling “Spinning a Mountain”) below. It offers a 360-degree view of Oregon’s majestic Mt. Hood:
To get the 360-degree spinning effect, a team of photographers hiked to 30 different locations around the mountain, taking photographs from different angles, which were then compiled in such a way to suggest a sense of motion.
To see a similar approach to hyperlapse photography (but with a building instead of a mountain) check out this article.
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