See a Series of Hyperlapses Inspired by 'Blade Runner' and 'Tron'

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Florian Rouzaud Cornabas combines ultra-wide angle lenses with hyperlapse to create Urban Confirmation, inspired by the look and feel of futuristic films set in cityscapes.

Cornabas tells The Creators Project, "My inspiration is coming from the modern cities skylines, their patterns, symmetries and gigantic perspectives. I walk through them and I capture the beauty of it, that people tend to forget. [...] Long exposure is my way to achieve that. I throw the city into a near-future by adopting high contrasts and saturated colors, tinted by the atmosphere of Tron, Blade Runner and Wipeout."

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