Urban timelapse clips by Olaf Blomerus
In collaboration with cinematographer Jesse Blight, Calgary-based director Olaf Blomerus filmed these urban timelapse scenes using Canon 7D and 5D MkII DSLR cameras mounted on Dynamic Perception’s Stage Zero dolly system.
The cool, sepia-inflected color grading complements the frigid weather and brick cityscapes of Vancouver and Toronto (which often stand in for New York or Chicago in Hollywood).
Scenes from the shoot are now available for license starting at $50 per clip, exclusively from Dissolve.
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7 Filmmaking Trends We Spotted at Sundance 2019
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