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Replicating Real Life with Colin Rich's Film NightFall

 - Aug 27, 2012
References: vimeo & latimesblogs.latimes
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The Colin Rich film ‘NightFall’ is the anticipated sequel to his original film, ‘L.A. Light.’ In the recent follow-up, Rich captures a stunning digital duplication of Los Angeles from a fast-paced, time-lapsed perspective that is rarely seen.

Recreating the real-life beauty and carnage that is Los Angeles can be difficult, but the new Colin Rich film NightFall does all that and more. The gifted filmmaker was able to blend 96 different time-lapses and various motion-control techniques—scattered across vantage points like Mount Hollywood and Deer Creek Canyon Park in Malibu—to create a visually stunning depiction of the City of Angels.

What time-lapse creations can you come up with that showcase your unique perspective? Head over to the Intel YouTube page for your chance to win.