Hyperlapsing through Manhattan and LA
Exclusive contributor Vadim Tereshchenko has followed up last year’s popular Los Angeles hyperlapse with one set in Manhattan, shot during his first visit to New York City, in 2015. Using his own secret tricks and techniques in shooting and editing, Vadim aimed to mirror the energy of the city with this reel.
His Los Angeles video got picked up by National Geographic and earned a Vimeo Staff Pick, where it’s closing in on 400,000 plays.
See all Vadim’s footage, including clips in these videos — they’re exclusive to Dissolve.
Meet John Fedele
Midwest-based in the USA, I’ve been a full-time photographer for about 15 years, specializing in lifestyle advertising content. Before that, I was shooting as a hobbyist when people began to notice my work and I landed some of my first paying jobs. I always had the goal of shooting advertising, so I’ve pretty much worked […] Read more
Guest Post: Editing Tips for Music Videos
Tristan Olson is the executive producer at Venture, a Denver Video Production Company. Music videos are synonymous with stylized visuals and fast-cut editing. But, for the video production pros in charge of directing and editing them, the task can seem quite daunting — both as a creative and logistical challenge. There are creative and stylistic […] Read more
Content-Aware Fill tutorial
Make Dissolve footage even better with Content-Aware Fill Ever found a stock footage clip that was almost perfect? A killer skyline view, with one gloomy cloud rolling through. Or an iconic tourism mecca ruined by, well, tourists. Help is here.Content-Aware Fill is a new feature in Adobe After Effects that makes it easy to erase unwanted […] Read more