For some reason, looking at the infrastructure we've built sitting there without us makes it all the more incredible. Having people disappear gives us a chance to marvel at what we've done to change a natural landscape into something unnatural, to wonder at the innovation and effort behind building a city of this size, and to consider what it might be like if we actually did just.... vanish.Huffington Post writes, "Inspired by photographer Matt Logue's series 'Empty LA,' [director Ross] Ching used time-lapse photography and some tedious Photoshopping to create a video of a stunningly empty San Francisco."
"The video is the first of a series that aims to show some of the most iconic cities in America without people," Ching told The Huffington Post. "The great thing about this is that it doesn't require a crew to accomplish. It just took me two cameras and three days to complete filming."