If you believe you know Cape Town, think again! For you’re about to rediscover the Mother City in all its glory!
In “I am Cape Town”, Brendon Wainwright uses the Table Mountain National Park as his playground to revisit some of its natural wonders; adding to it a totally new dimension!
“I am a self taught photographer and a bit of an adrenalin junky”, he says. “My favourite subject matter to shoot is landscapes, wildlife as well as documenting the adventures I go on. It was initially my mother with her film and video camera that got me interested in photography, and now as we say, the rest is history.”
Brendon uses time-lapse photography to create his special footage, a technique whereby the frequency at which film frames are captured is much lower than that used to view the sequence. Just to give you an idea, “I am Cape Town” required a mind-boggling 6240 still images put together.
Needless to say the end result is spectacular, and some of the portrayed scenes from either the Lion’s Head or the mighty Table Mountain are nothing less than awe-inspiring!
More recently the talented photographer reiterated the operation, this time by compiling 7530 still images:
Enjoy and feel free to share the love: his work highly deserves to be acknowledged! 😉
Well done Brendon, keep it up!