We made a Flow Motion timelapse film for a hotel

We finally made a new timelapse film for a local hotel. You can watch the Flow Motion video below in 4K:

Earlier this year, in late March we decided to produce a new timelapse film. We wanted to try some new filmmaking techniques and teamed up with the famous Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof hotel in Downtown Frankfurt. Due to the cold weather in Spring we postponed the shoot until summer and finally started shooting in July and finished production in August. Instead of a static timelapse film we wanted to keep everything in motion without any interruptions. This kind of technique is called Flow Motion because all scenes are connected without any clear cuts visible. We will share a Making Of video in the next few days to show you how we actually shot but more importantly how we edited the video.

Below are some photos from the production:

Capturing a restaurant scene from above.
Inside one of the biggest suites at Frankfurter Hof.
Most scenes were taken with multiple cameras capturing raw photo sequences at the same time.
View from the center of the hotel.

Written by Moritz Janisch on September 30, 2018