Am to Pm Timelapse of the London's Landmarks

Am to Pm Timelapse of the London's LandmarksAm to Pm: Matellini compared two shots of the London Eye which was opened in 2000
Franck Matellini, from Paris, shot footage of some of London's most famous landmarks, including Big Ben and the London Eye, to create an amazing split screen showing the city in light and dark simultaneously.
And, while most would think that life winds down after dark, the 37-year-old's film proved that London really is a city that never sleeps.


Am to Pm: Matellini compared two shots of the London Eye which was opened in 2000

Am to Pm Timelapse of the London's LandmarksThe photographer set up his video equipment and focused on London landmarks to create the timelapse  of the city at different times of the day. Pictured: Tower Bridge
Am to Pm Timelapse of the London's LandmarksThis clever image of Big Ben does not initially appear to have been merged. But the dark sky and lit up features tell a different story
This clever image of Big Ben does not initially appear to have been merged. But the dark sky and lit up features tell a different story
Am to Pm Timelapse of the London's LandmarksMatellini said he chose to photograph London 'as it's a city I have lived in and it's one of my favourite cities in the world'. Pictured: An entrance to a London Underground station 
Matellini said he chose to photograph London 'as it's a city I have lived in and it's one of my favourite cities in the world'. Pictured: An entrance to a London Underground station 

Am to Pm Timelapse of the London's LandmarksThe photographer from Paris said he enjoys watching people react to his videos. Pictured: A panoramic view of the River Thames 
The photographer from Paris said he enjoys watching people react to his videos. Pictured: A panoramic view of the River Thames 
Am to Pm Timelapse of the London's LandmarksMatellini said his aim was to show people 'how similar or different the same spot could be at different times of the day'
Matellini said his aim was to show people 'how similar or different the same spot could be at different times of the day'

'People I know aren't really into videography, so when people watch the video it's amazing to see their reaction, having created something that anybody can enjoy.'
Am to Pm Timelapse of the London's LandmarksMatellini carried video equipment on his back and cycled around the capital to different attractions and landmarks. Pictured: London Eye
Matellini carried video equipment on his back and cycled around the capital to different attractions and landmarks. Pictured: London Eye
Am to Pm Timelapse of the London LandmarksWhile most would think that life winds down after dark, the 37-year-old's footage proved that London really is a city that never sleeps
While most would think that life winds down after dark, the 37-year-old's footage proved that London really is a city that never sleeps
Am to Pm Timelapse of the London LandmarksA pod on the London Eye is pictured when it is light outside and when it is the evening. The photographer merges each image precisely
A pod on the London Eye is pictured when it is light outside and when it is the evening. The photographer merges each image precisely
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