Friday, July 1, 2011

Totally Awesome Time-Lapse Film Of Vegas

You all remember Philip Bloom? He's the British filmmaker who last year threw a questionable tantrum against the Wynn Las Vegas, accusing them of nearly killing him because they failed to remove a feather pillow from his room. That was a messy drama that ended with Bloom first threatening to sue me and then making the whole matter disappear from his blog and elsewhere.

Well, we come not to bury Mr. Bloom but to praise him. This is just spectacular and beautiful and well worth the accolades that Mr. Bloom's many fans have bestowed on his technical genius. Check it out. It's about 4 minutes of sumptuous Vegas Porn, shot from the MGM Signature. I've watched it several times now and just think it is sensational.

24 Hours of Neon from Philip Bloom on Vimeo.

Hat tip to Markus Hundt in Germany for passing along the link.


Amy said...

When I saw the title of this post I thought you were talking about another video I saw recently. It's a time lapse of the drive from Las Vegas to Salt Lake City. I like Mr. Bloom's even better, though.

Hiker said...

Beautifully done! I like it, too!

Anonymous said...

Excellent production

Anonymous said...

Nice production and looked cool ... but would have liked to have seen more vantage points. He didn't stray far from a few locations and some of the shots were repetitive. Nothing from downtown, which is where all the actual neon is. So points off for that. But still cool.