The First Night Hyperlapse Film of Singapore

A magnificently done hyperlapse video of Singapore as the sun sets and the night lights take over...

W hat a wonderfully-filmed, hyper-real, ultra-sharp, time-lapse video capturing the beauty and the juxtaposition of urban and rural, industry and residential in Singapore this is, and it has just been gifted to the Internet by the folks at TriPeaksImagery, comprising of Wee Han and Charmaine who specialise in Timelapse Photography, Film-making and Photography Tours & Workshops had this to say about their project:

After completion of 7219 (vimeo.com/65525587), it was back to the drawing board with the next film in mind. Thinking it through day and night… it was concluded then that it was going to be a hyperlapse film of Singapore.

The location scouting sessions were put up alongside with many many nights of lonely shooting to commence once locations were locked down. The limited quantity of music in my iPhone proved to be a saviour as it alleviated the torture. Like most paths of learning, bagging a shot with a first attempt was elusive and second and even third sessions were in place.

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