Tokyo-based photographer Samuel Cockedey presents more miraculous views of the Shinjuku cityscape in his latest time-lapse video (featuring minimal beats by Kusanagi).
[Links: YouTube, Vimeo]
Bleh. Boring! The dude doesn't know what makes for an interesting time-lapse. These wind angles don't do anything. He needs to get close and get the real movements.
Wind angles are the best! This video rules.
Sorry I mean to type WIDE ANGLES
I have to agree. The long distance stuff is pretty dull. It gets better when he gets close to the traffic. The music does not suit the long distance views.
The bright pulsing veins of commerce split the Tokyo night. It's that livewire voodoo that W. Gibson was always glossing on about in his early days. It's almost oppressively lit, like a fist upthrust; mankind raises to tear back the dark that has threatened us for so long.
I thought it was interesting, that it seems brighter at night than in the day.
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