Gotham City SF Time Lapse Film

Feb 23, 2015

Category: Entertainment

You’d think with Alcatraz there and his ambiguous relationship with Robin, Batman would’ve moved out of Gotham City by now and into a plush penthouse in San Francisco. It just seems like a great for him. But hey, maybe he just needs to this see short time lapse film, “Gotham City SF,” to see how closely related the two cities are.

Using brilliant black and white, photographer and designer Toby Harriman makes visual magic with some great shots of the city, including the Golden Gate Bridge, exploding fireworks over the San Francisco Bay, and the hustle and bustle of one of the world’s finest destinations. Harriman says everything was shot on a Canon 6D and 5DMK III with a variety of Canon L series lenses, with an eMotimo 3-Axis system being used for the motion controlled shots. The Dark Knight vibe gets boosted by an original composition from James Everingham that doesn’t sound too far from Hans Zimmer’s.

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