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Newcastle Airport in Motion

You have probably seen ‘Newcastle in Motion‘, the fantastic time-lapse video we shared last year created by Jack Fisher.

To date, it has racked up thousands of views and has been shared nearly 10,000 times just from the Newcastle Uncovered website – so there is a good chance you have seen it, but if not – click here.

Of course, this isn’t the only video on Jack’s Vimeo account. He has also created a similar video about Amsterdam called ‘Amsterdam in Motion’ along with several other fantastic pieces of work.

When we took a look at his account recently, we were pleased to see he had uploaded a new video related to Newcastle.

This stunning time-lapse video shows Newcastle airport in motion like you have never seen it before.

‘Newcastle International: Your Airport In Motion’ is comprised of more than 15,000 photos and was shot over a period of several months. Time-lapse photography involves merging a series of photos together to make a film sequence and the result is incredible.

According to Jack’s description of the video on Vimeo, this method of photography means that each individual scene can take between 45minutes and 2 hours to film with a further 2 hours to edit and transform the video.

It just goes to show how much effort it takes to create something this good – but all his hard work has clearly paid off.

 

This Newcastle Airport time-lapse shows a unique insight into the day to day operations of the airport – which caters to over 4.6 million passengers each year.

Enjoy the video below and don’t forget to check out Jack’s other projects on Vimeo including ‘Newcastle in Motion‘…

 

 

 

 

 

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