Video: If you have any hopes of ever creating a timelapse video better than photographer Keith Loutit's The Lion City II - Majulah, you'd better start snapping photos soon. It took Keith over three years to capture the nearly one million photographs used to create this incredible video. By the time it was complete, Keith was left with 10 terabytes of photos and footage to back up, for what ended up being a four-and-a-half minute short film. It sounds like overkill, but you've almost certainly never seen a timelapse video this breathtaking before.
Nearly A Million Photographs Were Taken To Make This Unforgettable Timelapse
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