Kowloon was busy. Kowloon was noisy. Kowloon was full of neon signs and people. Kowloon was a big city. And I’ not a fan of a crowed place. What’s so special about that?
Eventhough Kowloon was just another big city, some ways, it captured my eyes. Travelers, Indian tailors, locals, fake Rolex dealers… everyone is moving busy in their own directions with English & Chinese neon signs on the back ground. It is one of the most diverse cities in Asia for sure, and it was fascinating for people watching. While Stephen (of bohemiantraveler.com) and I were wandering around Tsim Sha Tui one evening, we took 350 still photos in several different parts of Kowloon and made it into a stop motion video. Feel the Kowloon vibe from our video!
8 thoughts on “Observe Night Kowloon One Shot at a Time — Stop Motion Video of Kowloon”
Great video using all the stills! I have stayed in Kowloon a few times and love walking around at night. I think I recognized a few of the places too.
Loving the video collaborations between Runaway Juno and Bohemian Traveler. You are a great creative team! Are you using a Macbook? Which editing software? 🙂
Yes I’m using iMovie — the basic video editing tool in Macbook. I knew you’d like this video! 🙂
Was a lot of fun creating this one with you, Juno!
Another great video.. liked the part where you make the people go forward then backward. Looked as if they were dancing. Keep up the good work
Thanks Noel! Stephen created that effect. Pretty neat, huh?