Oslo in Motion was composed from around 12,000 still photographs, shot at various locations in Oslo over a two-week period in May 2013. Capturing a number of the city's hotspots, the video aims to present new perspectives on the energy and everyday life of the Norwegian capital.
Travelling’s and camera motions created with zen-like concentration, predominantly shot by hand.
Post-processing workflow includes LR Timelapse, Adobe Lightroom, Adobe After Effects, and Sony Vegas Pro 11.
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Chicago (IL) is truly one of the great American cities, on a par with New York and San Francisco. This collection of timelapses and hyperlapses hopes to capture some of that atmosphere. The clips were shot in the period August 2012-April 2013.
Camera: Canon EOS 550d plus the awesome power of Magic Lantern (magiclantern.fm/)
Lenses: Sigma 17-70mm, Sigma 10-20mm, Tamron 70-300mm
Software: Adobe Lightroom, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere Elements, LRTimelapse (lrtimelapse.com/)
Locations in order of appearance: Chicago Theatre, Lincoln Park Zoo, Michigan Avenue, Michigan & Wacker, Willis Tower, River Walk, Museum of Contemporary Art, Fourth Presbyterian Church of Chicago, Cloud Gate, Millennium Park, Columbus Drive, Crown Fountain, Lincoln Park Zoo, Exelon Plaza, Exelon Plaza, Chinatown, Hancock Center, North Beach, Lakefront, Abraham Lincoln statue between Columbus & Michigan, Chicago River, Buckingham Fountain, Michigan Avenue, Osaka Garden, Lincoln Park, Promontory Point, Field Museum, Navy Pier, Promontory Point, Rockefeller Chapel, Daley Plaza, Dearborn Street, Promontory Point, Hyde Park Blvd Lakefront, Promontory Point, Chicago Harbor Lighthouse, Adler Planetarium, Museum Campus, Reid, Murdoch & Co. Building, Robie House, Adler Planetarium, W 18th Street, Osaka Garden, Burnham Park, E Roosevelt Road, W Roosevelt Road, Pritzker Pavillion, Trump Tower, North Beach, Wabash Avenue, Hancock Center, Hancock Center, Hancock Center