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.
Get Vertical Ready with Dissolve
We all know that vertical footage is on the rise, accelerating to keep up with growing demand and increased smartphone use. As mobile phones become ubiquitous, we’re constantly using them (you may even be reading this on one) to capture and share content online and with each other. Since we hold our phones vertically 94% […] Read more
Achieving the MMUUULLTTIIPPLLY effect in Adobe® After Effects™
In our latest showreel, we experimented with multiplying subjects moving together, or in sequence. As we explored this idea, we ran into a variety of common problems. From masking; separating out our subjects to multiply with clean lines and minimal background noise, to selecting our clips. We pushed our Motion Designer, Petr, to the edge […] Read more
Meet Derek Armstrong McNeill
Derek McNeill has been telling visual stories most of his life. The Seattlite first honed his eye working as a photographer in the US Air Force, then worked in advertising art direction and design. He now divides his time shooting his own documentary projects and stock footage. “After carrying around a camera kit for years, telling visual […] Read more