Vancouver City


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"Vancouver City" music video is an artistic collaboration between Innerlife Project and TimeLapseHD. For more information and music downloads go to www.innerlifeproject.com These time lapses are shot with 12 mega pixel Nikon digital single lens reflex cameras. Original resolution is 6 times better than HD (high definition). The images have been resized for HD and are much better quality than shown here on YouTube. Video clips are for sale. For more information contact us at TimeLapseHD@hotmail.com. Thanks and enjoy! THESE TIME LAPSES ARE COPYRIGHTED AND WE DO NOT GIVE ANYONE PERMISSION TO COPY, EDIT OR RE-UPLOAD THEM. WE WILL REMOVE ALL UNAUTHORIZED VIDEOS!

Canal: Film & Animation
Subido: 25/01/10 a las 4:23 pm
Autor: TimeLapseHD

Duración: 04:57
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Ultimos comentarios:
Beth Jean (el 16/04/14 a las 9:54 am)
if my life just consisted of watching pretty sunsets and admiring cities at night I'd be truely content.
TheWolfx1vp (el 04/04/14 a las 1:41 pm)
Its amazing to think how much this city has changed its appearance in just 4 years 
Marouane alamdar (el 23/03/14 a las 11:34 pm)
vancouver in usa or canda
rthelionheart (el 20/03/14 a las 6:54 am)
Oh Vancouver.... very few places where one can go skiing in the morning and go to the beach in the afternoon of the same day. #LetsMeetInVancouver #BeautifulBritishColumbia
MrMDVideos (el 25/03/14 a las 3:33 am)
Awesome!
Jari Varjosola (el 06/03/14 a las 1:08 am)
lovely place
Annamaria Retyi (el 11/10/13 a las 3:01 pm)
Array
Wett Willy (el 18/11/13 a las 3:34 am)
This is where I live. Watch in fullscreen and enjoy. :o)
cHeStEr5434 (el 20/12/13 a las 10:09 am)
I plan to visit there in a couple of years.
Mark Belmont (el 26/09/13 a las 9:03 am)
If you appreciate time-lapse photography, you will almost certainly agree that this is the greatest piece of time lapse video ever assembled.

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