I have been following Ross Ching’s work for a few years. He’s a West Coast guy not long out of college. He is the king of time lapse photography!
Though his first movies were abstract, a technician honing the mechanics, he’s now branched into more mainstream projects including commercials and music videos. Not to be too gushy, but it’s like discovering Spielberg before he did episodic TV. This guy will be that big.
Ross just posted a new time lapse movie “Running On Empty.” It asks and answers the question, “What if tomorrow everyone’s car disappeared.”
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A beautiful video and a very interesting question.
Great share. Thanks.
How does he do that? Its southern California and there are no cars. Is that a still with the time lapse added in certain parts?
Go to his site http://www.rossching.com. He explains how he did it.
This technique was also used in the groundbreaking “405theMovie,” which is an excellent short film and available for viewing online.
Very desolate…like what life will be like if we keep abusing Planet Earth the way we are now.
Wow, what a talent. Some of the stuff on his web site is absolutely stunning. The music video “Electricidad” is particularly good.