This is a timelapse film that depicts various parts of Japan in 12K (11520×6480 resolution). In order to achieve 12K resolution, we used various shooting methods, new workflows, and a lot of trial and error, and it took a long time to produce the film.
But even more than that, the COVID-19 made timelapse photography extremely difficult. 8K is the highest resolution, but the so-called “oversampling effect” made I feel that 12K images can be expressed in higher resolution. Although 12K is not yet an official standard, we will continue to work on further visualization as a new visual expression.