'Five Years In Leeds' is a passion project of Chris Chapman, which he started in 2013 when he moved to Leeds for work, and decided to combine learning how to become a Timelapse Artist, alongside exploring a new city.
His work is influenced from various examples of timelapse, but was mostly inspired by the work of Tom Lowe's film 'Timescapes', and the opening sequence of Netflix series 'House of Cards'. Chris' timelapse film was shot over the course of five years, during which his other timelapse work has been featured numerous times on ITV's Emmerdale.
Chris has written an extensive blog on how to shoot timelapses yourself, detailing his process from start to finish; and including the mistakes, processes and techniques he's used. This blog post can be viewed on his website - http://bit.ly/CCVtimelapseblog
The footage featured in the film will soon be available to purchase at the various stock websites: Pond5, Shutterstock, Videoblocks and Adobe Stock.
The music is from the YouTube content creator library:
William Rosati - Parzival