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French Videographer Films the Sequana Project

 - Oct 13, 2010   Updated: May 16 2011
References: vimeo & io9
Successful time lapse photography can be difficult to achieve. As seen from the featured clip, French videographer Ramon definitely deserves some props for this extreme time lapse construction video.

Ramon successfully compiled images of the Sequana Project in Paris, France over a 3-year time frame and condensed them into this rather entertaining time lapse construction video. Take a break and watch this interesting piece for yourselves.

Implications - This incredible video took 45,000 photos to create it which can all be seen in just 180 seconds. Watch as an entire building taken apart in one of the biggest demolition jobs ever. Once it is completely taken down, the video brings you on a journey as it gets rebuilt to look better than ever!