This video is a part of my school's centennial celebration. I decided to make a time-lapse, because time-lapse always gives people an extraordinary feeling. But instead of setting the camera in a static position and set up intervalormeter, I use a chalk to do markings on the ground and move the tripod during shooting. Making this a Hyper-lapse. The final output is the result of 1,944 photos that I took in 3 days. Of course, budget issues, a slider could make this job much more easier. But during the hard work I keep imagining the result, and it didn't disappoint. This is the first timelapse project I tried, but certainly will not be my last!