January 11, 2013
This incredible time-lapse video, shot over a year in San Francisco, captures the weird and the wonderful of this city – our favourite shots are of its famously steep hills and the Golden Gate Bridge.
Just a day in the life of a San Franciscan, yet it captures the simple, yet striking sights that make up this city. We love that it’s a local viewpoint rather than from a tourist’s perspective – it’s an honest portrayal of Fog City if we ever saw one.
In his debut video, Andrew Setiawan captures the hustle and bustle of the famous Fisherman’s Wharf, Pier 39 and the surrounding areas. We love the rapid shots of the city that punctuate the sequence.
We can’t get enough of San Francisco’s Chinatown – famous for being the oldest in North America and the largest Chinese community outside of Asia. This video beautifully captures the numerous Chinese lanterns, pagoda roves and the many, many tourists who explore this vibrant part of the city.
The Mission District of San Francisco remains to this day the epicentre of the city’s Hispanic community and this lively video captures some of the sights and sounds of this very diverse neighbourhood. Shots of the murals and dancing are especially good to see.