Time-Lapse Plays Integral Part in New Architecture Series 'Building Wonders of the World'

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Upcoming PBS series Building Wonders of the World uses time-lapse work as an integral part of its look at long-standing architecture. In one episode, time-lapse captures the building of a scale model of the Hagla Sophia, while in another a team of engineers build an ancient Roman trapdoor system for the Colosseum.

GoPros and Canon 5Ds were used for the time-lapses.

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