It’s all began in 2012, as I was in Paris on my holidays. I decided spontaneously to make a very small time lapse video just for fun. I was pleasantly surprised with the feedbacks and responses that I got after uploading the video in youtube. Hence, I decided to make a time lapse video of Berlin as well. I named my project “Berlin in Motion” (inspired by Mayeul Akpovi with his “Paris in Motion” series). Since I also wanted to add dynamic to my time lapse videos, I taught myself the so called “Hyperlapse” technique. It was very new technique at that time, and hence there were no tutorials or instructions how such kinds of video can be produced. Thus, it took me almost 4 – 5 Weeks to produce acceptable footages. Till now, I have already produced two time lapse videos of Berlin, which were featured by many top German media (including one German TV) on their websites. For more detail please visit the Press menu. Except those time lapse videos, I have also produced some high quality time lapse / hyperlapse footages exclusively for the clients such as Berliner Morgenpost.
Here the Part I of my Berlin in Motion Project:
Here the Part II of my Berlin in Motion Project: