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City Limits: Time-Lapse Video

Posted by Avital Pinnick on May 8, 2011

[vimeo http://vimeo.com/23237102]

City Limits is a beautiful time-lapse video by French Canadian motion photographer, Dominic Boudreault. You can see a larger version on his site, http://www.dominicboudreault.com/. He made this video over a period of six months, with photographs taken in Montreal, Quebec City, Toronto, Manhattan, and Chicago. I can’t figure out how he was able to set up a tripod in some of these locations. The photos are so detailed that it’s best to watch this video in full-screen mode.

His time-lapse video of Quebec City is also worth a look — 2600 frames, shot over four months. Most of us just want to crawl under the covers when the temperatures get that low. To photograph all those frames in a Quebec winter takes real fortitude. Impressive!

Thanks to Mirj of Miryummy for the heads up.

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4 Responses to “City Limits: Time-Lapse Video”

  1. Miriyummy said

    Thanks for the thanks! 😉

  2. Man is that inspiring or what !!… I would LOVE to be able to produce something like that, and some of his vantage points are seriously amazing… Thanks for sharing that Avital..

    • Avital said

      I know what you mean. I’d love to be able to get even one of these photos and he produces enough images to string into a video!

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