Lately, I’ve been finding myself trudging back to my old passion for photography. And these days, I’ve somehow been bitten by the timelapse and, more significantly, hyperlapse, photography. The former being a sequence of photographs from a static point of view. The latter being a sequence of photographs in which the position of the camera is being changed between each exposure in order to create a tracking shot in timelapse sequences.

Here’s one from Rob Whitworth.

I have a project already pipelined and I’m just working out the kinks on some locations. This is something new for me and I’m quite excited and anxious at the same time. The project is for the city I consider my home now – Davao. And with the recent incident still fresh in all of Davaoeños hearts and minds, there’s a certain kind of pressure as well to be able to bring out positivity from all of us once I’m done with the project.

To end this quick post, here’s a hyperlapse video by DJ Ron Poe for the recent Arcadia Electric Music Wonderland last August.