Emmy-winning cinematographer and time-lapse photographer Tyler Fairbank visited Central Park in New York City over the course of two years and shot photos from the same locations with the same framing. Afterward, he blended the images into this mesmerizing 2-minute time-lapse titled, “The Seasons of Central Park.”
“Filmed over the course of two years, The Seasons of Central Park chronicles the incredible seasonal and atmospheric changes that take place every year throughout Central Park,” the film’s description reads. “Home to centuries-old bridges, 20,000 trees and 9,000 park benches, this two and half mile park is a beloved New York icon.
“This video was constructed by capturing time-lapses, from the same location with identical framing, throughout the year. Each single composition shows a portion of each season composited within the frame.”
The raw still photos were captured in 8.6K resolution and edited in LRTimelapse, Lightroom, After Effects, and Photoshop.