Are you tired of time-lapse videos? Me neither. Here’s a pair of time-lapse films of one of my favorite cities – San Francisco. The first video (at header) is by photographer Jeremy Williams. Jeremy captured 30,000 photographs of everything he loves about San Francisco, over the span of ten months. The end result, the video that you are now viewing, required 750 hours of rendering to generate 62 tilt shift, time-lapse sequences.

The second video (below) is from the Empty America series, which begins in San Francisco. From the Golden Gate Bridge to Fisherman’s Wharf to Lombard Street to Ghirardelli Square to the Bay Bridge – get a good look at some of San Francisco’s most iconic landmarks (wiped empty of tourists and traffic). This video was made by Ross Ching for Thrash Lab. Also, catch the behind-the-scenes video chronicling the efficient process of erasing people and cars from the stills; what otherwise would be done in a painstaking frame-by-frame manner.



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