Thomas Berge showcases the beauty of Norway with his time-lapse and hyperlapse hybrid film “West Coast,” shot over the course of three years with a Canon 600D.
As he explains to Fstoppers, “I had made some tilt-shift and timelapse films with my GoPro camera previously but was eager to get some higher quality images to work with…the footage in the film is mostly from locations around where I live, and then I also visited some key locations that I wanted to include (Windmills, Stavanger locations, etc.). Most of the footage was also captured in the evenings as I`ve usually been out once [my] kids were asleep. Luckily the sun is up until 10:30 PM during the summer here, so there have still been a lot of possibilities to get some nice scenes.”
Watch below and read the full story here.