Nova Scotia is home to so much natural beauty and some eye catching architecture. From Citadel Hill in Halifax, to the beauty of small towns like Antigonish, to the ocean side mountains of the Cape Breton Highlands. We have much to be grateful for in Nova Scotia and so much to explore.
Meet Brendan Riley. He is a hyperlapse videographer based in Nova Scotia. Hyperlapse involves timelapse in which the camera and/or photographer moves between each picture which locking on a central point. The resulting sequence is stabilized in post-production. This is a time-consuming procedure but results in unique footage. His work around the world has been featured by major broadcasters such as NOS (Dutch Broadcasting Corporation), Taiwan News, TwoFour Broadcasting Group in the United Kingdom and organizations such as Special Olympics Canada Summer Games. In addition to hyperlapse, Brendan also employs gimbals and UAVs in his photography.
You can contact Brendan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Antigonish, Nova Scotia Scenic Tour: Antigonish in the spring is a symphony of songbirds and bright green colours. The video highlights the small town’s mix of Georgian, neo-Gothic, and eclectic late 19th and early 20th century architecture, as well as natural beauties such as James River Falls and Crystal Cliffs. It also features scenes from the Antigonish Highland Games.
Halifax, Nova Scotia Hyperlapse: A brief introduction to the city of contrasts that is Halifax, from the colorful wooden row houses of Morris Street to the gleaming towers on the waterfront. Another more complete hyperlapse project of Halifax is upcoming.