The Twin Cities from a New Perspective

Whether you’ve lived in the Twin Cities your entire life, or if you’ve never set foot in the “land of 10,000 lakes”, photographer Chad Halvorson’s unique image compilation is sure to change your perception of Minneapolis and St. Paul.

The artist’s new video, Twin Cities in HDR, is the result of a summertime visit and a lot of time-lapse photography. Halvorson used a technique called HDR, which stands for “High Dynamic Range,” to capture wide variety of colors and the crisp, high-definition look of the images.

Twin Cities in HDR from Chad Halvorson on Vimeo.

The video features some of Minneapolis and St. Paul’s most iconic landmarks, including the Minneapolis Sculpture Gardens and Minnehaha Falls, as well as some lesser-known locations that cast an intriguing and positive light on Minnesota’s largest urban center.

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