London in 35,000 frames

On the 6th of December 2014, Triggertrap brought together more than 40 photographers for an exciting, one-off photography event. LapseLondon invited photographers to create an incredible crowdsourced timelapse video of London in just one day. The diversity, atmosphere, pace and buzz of the city make London the perfect canvas for any timelapse, and its unique flavour is captured over 80 clips in the LapseLondon film.
The 80 timelapse clips included in LapseLondon are composed of over 35,000 photographs shot over 40 hours, all within the same day.

LapseLondon from Triggertrap on Vimeo.

This is just stunning. Click through to Vimeo, make sure it’s full-screen and HD is turned on.

Could we do something similar in Leeds?

Home sweet home

Prompt: HOME SWEET HOME
Share a tour of your home. Or maybe you have some decorating and DIY plans? What is your favourite room? How do you make a home feel homey?

We’re currently in the midst of doing some reorganising and redecorating at home, so photos of the house are out, at least until we’re all done!

In the meantime though, I’ve been pondering doing a series of daily photos of Leeds and Wakefield, both places I consider ‘home’ these days. Inspired in part by Brent’s iPhone 4S & Japan blog, in which he posts regular photos with his phone out and about. It’s a great blog, and well worth a look.

town hall

I’ve taken a ton of photos of Leeds over the years, as you can see over in the Leeds set on Flickr. I’d love to set up a series capturing life & stuff in Leeds, Wakefield and Yorkshire.

Perhaps not daily like Brent, but more regularly than I do at the moment. It’d be an excuse to get the camera out and get some exercise!

I’m wondering about setting up a separate blog, or just incorporating them into the flow here.

What do you think? Worth a go? Would it be something you’d find interesting?