You've never seen anything like this! The sheer beauty and brilliance of the artist creating this video blew me away.
I've seen some folks execute the ‘mirror' horizon but nothing like this, and it usually is only done in photos so to see this video executed so beautifully put it on my radar to share with y'all.
Have you ever tried something like this?
The Allegory of the Cave
This Inception-Like Timelapse of Hong Kong was Inspired by a 2400 Year Old Story From Ancient Greece
Via DIY Photography:
This three minute video displays one of the best uses of mirroring that I’ve seen in landscape shots. Often this effect is used to (badly) simulate water or reflections, but the results here are simply gorgeous.
If the title didn’t give it away, the video was inspired by Plato’s Allegory of the Cave, which is an interesting discussion on perception and knowledge as a reflection of our reality. That story in itself is fascinating, and I think the timelapse serves it well.
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(cover photo credit: snap from Video)
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