A hot tip landed in my inbox yesterday, from a Portuguese expat living in Portland: the folks at Uncage the Soul, who produced that gorgeous “Finding Oregon” film, have done it again. This time they’ve showcased Portland, Oregon’s largest city, using “308,829 photographs taken from over 50 unique locations.” (And they say each second of the film took an average of 3.8 hours to produce. Wow.) The result was unveiled last weekend at TEDx Portland, and posted to Vimeo just yesterday.
My friend in Portland notes that:
Around 1:18 there’s a shot of some bikes on top of a car…and they’re sitting on a bike-rack that we lent [the producers]. It’s OUR bike-rack! Obviously a most important part of this film.
Check out the film (and the bike rack) in HD and full screen, if you can. It’s a delight for anyone who has ever visited Stumptown.