Motion: This Hyperlapse Was Made With 1,272 Instagram Pics

By David Schonauer   Friday December 6, 2019

“We’re getting to a point where it feels like just about everywhere on earth has been photographed from every angle. And then posted to Instagram,” notes DIY Photography. Art director Sam Morrison used that abundance to his advantage to create a 57-second hyperlapse of New York City. The film is made from 1,272 crowdsourced photos he found on the social network. Morrison sifted through some 100,000 photos on Instagram using location tags and hashtags, then sorted and animated in After Effects.

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