Video: Capturing Halifax

by Emma Hackwood

Canadian Travel Writer and Blogger Corbin Fraser recently visited Halifax, Nova Scotia over the long weekend and wandered around this beautiful city with his camera. I love the way he captured snapshot moments in time and had to share this video with you:

Corbin used a Super-Takumar 55mm F1.8 and a Canon 18-200mm F3.5 — 5.6 lens. The lens blurs and tilt-shift type effects were all done by hand by Free Lensing his Super-Takumar.

“I primarily used my vintage 55mm F1.8 Super-Takumar lens for most of the video, mainly because of the unique light leaks it’s able to grab, but also because of it’s large depth of field. There’s a few shots in there that were done with my Canon 18-200mm F3.5 – 5.6 on; but only if the scene required it. I was really trying to play up the warm tints and beautiful colours I so frequently see on sunny days in Halifax, so I was always trying to shoot into the light in the late afternoon / early evening, right around sunset. The lens blurs and tilt-shift type effects were all done by hand by Free Lensing my Super-Takumar. The only post work I added was some color grading using the Technicolor Cinestyle S-curve.” – Corbin Fraser, @ibackpackcanada

 

Corbin is a traveller and writer who blogs about Canadian Travel. When he’s not writing he’s partaking in music, art & drinks.To follow more of Corbin’s adventures and videos, visit his website ibackpackcanada.com. He plans to make a trip across Canada this summer and capture a video for each city he visits. We look forward to seeing more videos from you Corbin!

 

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Halifax, Nova Scotia is highlighted on the Flight Centre map.

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