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Serenity - Autumn Thought

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rated 3.07 / 5 stars
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Uploaded
Aug 5, 2014 | 3:40 PM EDT

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This is the third piece of what I hope to be a series of time-lapse photography based on Darryl Chutes piano album "Serenity". All shots in this video were taken around Rock Valley, Tamworth and Lennox Head on the Northern Rivers in New South Wales, Australia.
For those who dont know time-lapse photography is similar to stop motion, where you take a large number of photos, covering a large space of time and then speed them up to 24fps to make it look like time is passing at an increased rate.

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kaspiikaspii

Rated 3 / 5 stars

This is beautiful and deserves more views, however yesthisisnotNGmaterial. I wonder if you have more works like this, I enjoyed it a lot.

On a more critical side:
I wonder, though, what was the point of the upload - to share a catarthic feeling or was there a much, much deeper meaning that I totally missed? It sort of seemed, as the title says, to be a stream of melancholic thoughts and feelings rather than a delivered message to the society.

I gave it a 3 out of 5 because, although I intuitively liked it, it seemed a bit untangible (I don't know how else to describe the feeling that I got, dammit!). However, I would like to see more of these kinds of works on NG. If I hadn't faved you, I probably never would have stumbled upon this.



DoomroarDoomroar

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I like it, but i can already see the comments saying that this should be on YT, and i find it hard to argue against, even if you say that it is stop motion.


Gerkinman responds:

Thats fair enough. I don't consider youtube to be much of a place for creative works, at least not anymore. That said, I don't see what harm having this on the site does. Newground's still seems very hostile to a lot of styles of animation, maybe because its user base grew up with such a limited amount of content, in style anyway. I don't think work like this will suddenly flood the site with vlog or lets play content.