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Sacramento never looked so good as photographer unveils time-lapse film

Justin Majeczky has released his second time-lapse film on Sacramento. It had been four years since he unveiled his first video on the city which the video-sharing site Vimeo selected as a staff pick. Check out the scenery.
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Justin Majeczky has released his second time-lapse film on Sacramento. It had been four years since he unveiled his first video on the city which the video-sharing site Vimeo selected as a staff pick. Check out the scenery.

Four years ago, Justin Majeczky released his first time-lapse film featuring Sacramento.

Vimeo, the popular video-sharing site, gave it a staff pick and the Reno-based photographer’s career took off.

“After Vimeo was nice enough to give me a staff pick it literally changed my career and ultimately my life,” Majecsky wrote in a Facebook post that contains the video. “I got to work on so many cool projects for local, national and international brands. Also got to travel the world and meet so many amazing and inspiring people. For that, I am forever grateful.”

Now, he’s posted his second time-lapse film of the Capital City, calling it Sacramento II.

“So after four years of shooting for some local organizations I started to build a large library of Sacramento shots,” Majecsky said. “I also spent a lot of my personal time chasing rare and unique shots of the city.”

He explained his concept for the second video.

“I wanted this film to be a bit slower than what I typically do,” Majecsky wrote. “I wanted the footage to be able to breathe and show off the shots for what they are.”

Majeczky has filmed Burning Man 2017, a time lapse of Golden 1 Center and a missile launch over San Francisco.

This video was taken Wednesday by Justin Majeczky, a freelance multimedia specialist, as the Wragg fire raged across rugged terrain near Lake Berryessa. Majeczky's account: "A wildfire started yesterday in the hills by Lake Berryessa. I was lucky enough to live close and see the fire starting early. I quickly grabbed my camera gear and ran to go shoot some time lapses of the massive fire. I drove all around Yolo County and parts of Winters to capture this footage." Video by Justin Majeczky, Varient3 Productions, www.varient3.com

David Caraccio: 916-321-1125, @DavidCaraccio

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