Sofles Infinite – Hyper Time Lapse Music Video Through Abandoned Buildings
With a brilliant display and talent and planning, street artist Sofles and Selina Miles from Unity Sound and Visual joined efforts to create an epic dubstep music video. While Sofles spray paints the walls of abandoned buildings, a hyper time lapse precedes him, wrapping around walls as he works through different areas. How did they do it?
Although no behind the scenes has been released for this video and their process of filming, Candy Glass Productions offers a little insight into how dynamic movement can be achieved in their CN Tower Video.
It is clear Selena Miles most likely did not shoot by walking in front Sofles such as described for the CN Tower video. Instead, it is more likely that a stabilized camera was set on a dolly or some other wheel driven vehicle while the time lapse progressed. Once the work was done, the images could be stabilized and strung together in Photoshop.
What are your thoughts on how this technique was accomplished?