Sydney multi-cam time-lapseClose
Time lapse sequences enhance reality by accelerating speed and dramatically compressing time spans.
To further accentuate time lapse, several techniques are becoming popular with film-makers. Tilt shift generator, hyperlapse and slider mounted cameras are just some of these techniques.
Working together with photographer Graham Jepson, Digital Tsunami captured the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney CBD, viewed along the Harbour promenade.
Pedestrian and marine activity provided rapid action as the sun set and building lights switched on.
Multiple matched cameras and a slider provided several viewpoints, intercut to emphasise the action.
|Scope:||time lapse, video production|
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