Two days ago Instagram introduced Hyperlapse, a new app that allows users to create speedy timelapse videos with their phones: “Traditionally, time lapse videos depend on holding your phone or camera still while you film. Hyperlapse from Instagram features built-in stabilization technology that lets you create moving, handheld time lapses that result in a cinematic […]
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It’s been an incredible summer in Vancouver this year and it still isn’t over. In a single day you can hike, climb, paddle, swim, and golf — and I did just that last week. Our home is such a great place for adventure or a sip on the patio, appreciating the arts or for lounging […]
Tourism Vancouver just released a new video to promote out city, with a focused on just that — the city. “With our mountains, ocean and forests we sometimes forget just how exciting and energetic our downtown core is. When your hotel reservation agent asks you if you’d like an ocean view or city view room […]
I was recently browsing the Vancouver archive GIF goodness that is Vancouver Rising and I noticed that one of the animated images was a series of photos from the City of Vancouver Archives that were simply stitched together. It reminded me of this collection of “Under Construction” photos I posted last year and made me […]
Everyone loves dreamy timelapse videos of Vancouver that illustrate a day in the life of our coastal city. Clouds dancing, water shifting, and lights twinkling. I found a few recent timelapse video uploads to Vimeo to share including the first one below where the creator captured one morning outside their window, every day, for a […]
This morning I was on the ne BC1 talk show AM/BC with Global’s Jill Krop along with another guest, Joel Schat. Joel’s been making waves lately with his Heart of Vancity timelapse video of Vancouver: Heart of Vancity from Joel Schat on Vimeo. In the green room Joel told me that it took him about […]