Have you always wanted to visit NYC from the comfort of your own home? Well, now is the time, thanks to this amazing stop-motion movie from Sam Morrison.
We are all in this together. Meaning, we are all stuck at home. And while many of us are very (very) bored sitting at home all day, others choose to utilize this time to create something to share with us all.
Sam Morrison, a freelance creative living in Amsterdam, chose to take us all on an amazing trip to NYC. He compiled 1,272 photos shared on Instagram by people who live in or visited the city, into a stop-motion hyper-lapse.
It took Sam over 200 hours to find and select the right Instagram photos and put the video together. But the result is incredible. He shared the video on TikTok and has already generated over 4.5 million views so far.
And now it’s your time to discover “Typologies of New York City: A Crowdsourced Hyperlapse.”
@samthecobraI spent 200 hours on this, don’t let it flop lol ##becreative ##hyperlapse ##photography ##viral ##fyp ##xyzbca ##nyc ##newyork ##tiktoktravel ##tiktoktravel♬ The Damn Guy – Grima x Azza
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