Set to the music of Clint Mansell's Requiem for a Dream, Ben Lean gives us a beautiful portrait of Toronto's stunning lakeshore.
A series of timelapse sequences taken between July-October 2011 in Toronto, Ontario. The majority of shots were experimental, as I tried a few tone-mapped HDR sequences, a combination of digital zooms and for the first time, motion controlled timelapse using the Dynamic Perception Stage Zero Dolly and MX2 Controller.
Watch as day turns to glowing night in the light polluted world of Neo Solar.....
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