Paris in a week

Thomas McCallum and Vincent Guglielmina of San Francisco studio The Seventh Movement caused a bit of a stir last year with their Paris Time Lapse series of films. Their latest, final film brings the entire project together

Thomas McCallum and Vincent Guglielmina of San Francisco studio The Seventh Movement caused a bit of a stir last year with their Paris Time Lapse series of films. Their latest, final film brings the entire project together

McCallum and Guglielmina spent a week photographing the city. “We shot and shot and uploaded wherever we were. We even ran through the terabyte [hard disc] we brought with us and had to buy another one,” they say. After shooting som many images they realised that making time lapse clips might be the most interesting way of displaying what they had. Over 150 clips were edited down to four films. Those four have now been put together in this final montage:

See the original films at The Seventh Movement website here.

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