When you hear the word New York City, nature is typically not one of the first things to come to mind. However, photographer Jamie Scott’s latest photography project involves just that. Scott spent six month taking photos in Central Park during the seasonal changes into autumn to create an amazing timelapse:
Scott shot in 15 different locations inside the park to capture the beautiful and dramatic changes in the foliage. What makes his timelapse unique is that he consistently shot just after sunrise and combined the photos together to make it look like the seasonal changes took place in just one day. Scott’s hard work and patience pays off, as the video almost makes you believe that you could stand in Central Park and watch the leaves turn from green to orange.
There is a new guide (146 pages) on how to photograph, process and render time-lapses. Found here (currently 20% off using the discount code holidaylapse): Time-lapse Photography Guide