Wow! Very nice!
I have been visiting your site for a while now and this is very different from what you normally have!
Keep up the awesome work :)
gosh this is so coooooooooooooooool!
Awesome experiment. Who knew that parking lot was so busy at night. ;)
I love stuff like this.. good job!
Absolutely awesome...I love the idea of time lapsed photograpy...I would love to try this one day.
Keep up this amazing work that inspires so much of us here in the world of photography.
This is why you win all the photoblog awards!!!
i love this
i love how you continue to amaze us with your works
Do you have an email address I could contact you at. I have some questions concerning your book I was hoping you could answer for me.
you know what? this one reminds me some great scenes from 'Beraka', a 1992 film by Ron Fricke. there are some fabulous scenes like this in Baraka and all in all, these sequences show me absurdities of modern life. huge thanks for your shot(s) and see that motion picture, in case you haven't yet :)
i remember seeing some time back, it sure looks nice!
I pass by that area quite frequently.
beautiful chaos! another original sam, great job!
great idea, sam - how long did you take the images for? You never sem to run out of creative ideas - kudos!
Really Awesome Idea! I have been following Daily Dose of Imagery.. This one is pretty cool :-)! Should try it out, when i get my own dslr..!
This is cool, and a good ad for Pclix (are they paying you enough for this?)
I would love to see what it would look like if the exposure time was the same as the time in between photos. In this case a 10 second exposure matches with photos every 10 seconds. Or a shorter one with 2 and 2 or something.
Magic, Sam. I's been ages since you did one of these lapses. This one is a DILLY! So, Pcix for Christmas, then....
Wow. Thats amazing! How long did you have to sit around?
Awesome compilation of photos and a great take on a classic idea. I've always thought it would be a wonderful thing to see someone do this over a year in a park setting to watch the seasons change!
kar e besiar zibayee shode bud :) mamnoon
Unbelievable! That is so cool. I'm going to link to it in today's blog post.
This is cool!
How long was it to take all those pictures?
How cool is that? I like it. I should try this one day :)
Most excellent!!! Very, extremely, awesome, stuff!!!
Totally cool! Never seen this process used on a photoblig before. Hmmm.... the possibilities...
Thanks for posting this, I find it beautifull. I'm curious: how much pictures does that makes you? :)
At first instant, I was disappointed with the photograph...until I noticed it was moving. "It's alive, it's alive!" and all that. What can I say, but utterly fascinating!
interesting how te billboard to the right shows "one zone"
wow, so cool. Makes people look like some fast moving insects.
boy, those busses really keep a good schedule.
Ow- my eyes!
That was a bit intense logging on at 6am.
Cool sequence, once my eyes adjusted.
Excellent Sam, I love your unique ability to find new ways of showing cool images.
Great sequence I've been wanting to try this for a while.
Well, simply fabulous. Really cool to see something like this pop-up on a photoblog. I'm curious... Maybe you add a little piece in your forums about the workflow to get this online: setup, transfering shots (straight to your computer?), processing so many photots, building the SWF.... et al. I'd love to hear more!
i like how the red car parks right underneath the light as if to say "hey look at me, im red"
Great idea, and a lot of fun to watch!
Listening to Sam on CBC Radio1 99.1 right now. 4:50pm EST. Way to go Sam, wicked picture
Just heard you on CBC Radio. Great stuff. Keep up the great work.
very like "Koyannisqatsi"
simply awesome ! Just a fantastic visual experience ! I have some questions :
1. what was the time of the first picture and the time of the last shot as well ?
2. how many pictures were taken between the two (well I can calculate that from your previous answer but I'm not very good in maths ;-) ).
Thanks Sam for your great pictures... I'm waiting a bit after the rush of christmas to buy your book. I hope you're shipping in France as well :-).
This could have been of something more interesting. Maybe of the skyline with clouds/sunset/sunrise or something. But a parking lot?
Great idea!! It would be interesting to do it with a city at night. Thus one could see the lights turning on, and off, and on, and off...
Very good job!
this is life ,coming & going.very intersting.
I love the buses, memories of sketchy nights catching a ride out of town.
Loved your Interview on Here & Now, and gaining a little insight into how you see our amazing city.
oh gosh, man you totally did it.
Holly molly...... that was the most interesting thing i have ever seen... I think you are one of a kind... You should have a party for all the faithful... I am on everyday...you rock my world.
Very smooth, this looks great. I really wish there was some music added to this. Seems like a great way to make some lo-fi music vids.
Excellent : )
Didn't expect the movment, for a second I thought my eyes are deluded.
wow, this is an intresting post. you normally dont do things like this, but its amazing, there's so much stuff going on its hard to see it all
keep it up
p.s. when are you going to be getting more books in stock?
Excellent - can't wait to see more like this.
I like how the guy in the red car (bottom left, toward the end) manages to roll all the way out in to the sidewalk before putting the car in reverse... great work!
i could say this about any of your photos, but i will say this here and now because this particular set of images is so unique; you are a wonderful artist, thank you for capturing our beautiful city on film
Very cool. I like the way you use both still photograph and these timelapse movies, which I have tried to make as well, but never with a very good result! :-)
mesmerizing. i'm in the red car during frame 324.
I'm here every morning and every evening to catch the bus. Thanks for capturing it in a way I've never seen before.
So, this is from what tme to what time?
I'm expecting from 8 AM to midnight. So one picture every 10 seconds means 6 pics every min which means 6*60*16 pics...Am I close?
Great work again Sam. What software did you use to string the pictures together ?
I have a d200 with built in interval mode and would like to try something similar
great shot, I have introduced your site to others at a computer workshop and they were thrilled with this page. Keep shooting.
Fantastic - I've never seen anything like this on a photoblog before. Well done :)
Wow .. thats Excellent.
Really great seeing the change as you don't usually notice it.
Great Site! I Check Back Everyday
Wow! I think you either live in the unit right above me or right below me!!!! Good old Horizon on Bay.
Nice, i really like what you're saying here. It's already bookmarked.
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