An access bridge to San Francisco completely empty of cars
You don't see any cars running. Nobody walks, or rushes to go to work, through its streets. Is a San Francisco in which all human life has disappeared, as if the population had been erased from the map, as if 80 people vanished without a trace.
Although it can remind you of a scenario of "The Walking Dead" (season 3 has just begun) or the new "Revolution" (from the producer of "Lost"), it is a careful and very well planned video of Ross Ching. It is not scary, I warn you, it is more the curiosity of “What could have happened?”And when, because everything seems as if it had happened a few minutes before.
Using Adobe Photoshop, After Effects and Premiere, he erased every human being and moving car from the Timelapse sequences. That short shows every monument or emblematic place, like the bridge Golden gate or Fisherman's Wharf, completely empty of tourists and traffic.
It is also the first in a series called "Empty America", and behind San Francisco will go other cities in the US.
I have San Francisco as one of the few places I would like to visit in the US (I would return to New York without hesitation) and I hope to one day approach the East Coast and get to know the city. With all its population intact, to be able to be.
Source | Gizmodo