Check out photographer Julian Tryba’s “layer-lapse” video, which time-shifts footage of multiple objects or regions within the same scene — shot at different times of day from the same camera angle — and plays it all back in a simultaneous flow. Whoa! Are real estate videos about to get trippy?


Boston Layer-Lapse from Julian Tryba on Vimeo.

Instagram’s time-lapse video app, “Hyperlapse,” has been hailed as a cool tool for real estate brokers and agents to make high-quality property tours and neighborhood videos on the fly.

Check out photographer Julian Tryba’s “layer-lapse” video, which time-shifts footage of multiple objects or regions within the same scene — shot at different times of day from the same camera angle — and plays it all back in a simultaneous flow.  Whoa! Are real estate videos about to get trippy?

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