Barcelona in Flow-Motion by Rob Whitworth
Barcelona in Flow-Motion is a time-lapse video by Rob Whitworth. Unlike the usual timelapse we got used to see, the “fast moving short film” is a hyperlapse that took more than 363 hours work.
The video takes you from a spectacular location to another spectacular location in a incredible flow as if the film was shot in one take. Far from that, the time-lapse took him 363 total hours of work between the 75 hours of logistics and travel, 31 hours of scouting locations, 78 hours of shooting and a whopping 179 hours of post-production. The images captured to produce the film were 26,014 Camera Raw files that totaled up to some 817GB of data.
Whitworth also used an extensive set of gear, including four Nikon DSLRs (a D800, D7100, D7100 and D3200), six Nikon lenses (10.5mm f/2.8G ED AF DX Fisheye, 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5G ED AF-S DX, 16-35mm f/4G AF-S VR, 28mm AF f/2.8D, 50mm f/1.4G AF-S, 70-200mm f/2.8G) and a Promote Control.
[divider]About Rob Whitworth [/divider]
Originating from the UK, Robert gained his first-class honours degree in Photography from Norwich School of Art & Design. He is currently based in Shanghai, China and has extensive experience working in and around Asia specialising in time lapse. Examples of Rob Whitworth’s commercial work can be seen here: www.robwhitworth.co.uk