Toronto hyperlapse

A Toronto hyperlapse to end all timelapses?

Done with timelapse takes on Toronto? It's been less than two months since we went nuts over Tom Ryaboi's stunning perspective of Toronto from up high. Now comes the evolution of the timelapse in the form of this hyperlapse from Stefan Kordiuk shot over the course of this past summer. After endless kilometres cycling through the city, a healthy tan, one broken shoulder and countless hours of shooting and editing, Kordiuk has pieced together a breathtaking look at downtown Toronto featuring some of our most recognizable buildings and landmarks. Enjoy!

What's a hyperlapse? The accepted definition seems to be a combination of stop-motion and time-lapse photography whereby the footage is made dynamic through the introduction of rotations and pans.

See also:

How to fall in love with Toronto from 50+ storeys high
A love letter to Toronto in 10,000+ images


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