PATAGONIA 8K by Martin Heck | Timestorm Films

By: Martin Heck | Timestorm Films

Patagonia 8K explores the beautiful and rough landscapes of southern Chile and Argentina. Shot in 8K resolution on a medium format camera it’s aimed to deliver the most realistic experience.
Shot in 6 weeks, travelling over 7500km from Santiago to Punta Arenas we captured roughly 100.000 still frames that combine into this timelapse video.

Soundtrack: Finale [Maze Runner] – John Paesano

footage is available for licensing in 8K&4K. For professional inquiries please contact me:

-Pentax 645Z
-Pentax 25mm f4
-Pentax 55mm f2.8
-Pentax 120mm f4 macro
-Canon EOS 6D
-Canon 70-200mm f4 L
-Canon 24-105mm f4 L
-Samyang 14mm f2.8
-Sony A7s [metabones adaptor]
-eMotimo TB3 Black
-Dynamic Perception Stage One [with customized carbon rods]

#vanlife by Crayfish Films

By: Crayfish Films

Fergus is living the #vanlife dream. He surfs, he skates, he doesn’t answer to nobody… but for how long can he keep rolling? Crayfish Films go behind the scenes to meet one of the original vanlifers.

This is the full length version which premiered at the London Surf Film Festival.
*Winner of the ‘SPIRIT OF THE FESTIVAL’ award – London Surf Film Festival 2013* :-)
@crayfishfilms – Thanks for the support!

Starring: Fergus O Donnell, Mark Fountain, Dan Kinsman
Direction, Camera, Edit: Rob Lockyear, Jeremy Joyce, Rich Pearn
Aerial Camera: Tom Wadsworth & Marcus Shirley @ Aerobotix
Additional Camera: Mark Glendinning @ Supersaturated
Sound Mixing: Lawrence Kendrick
Original Music ‘Vanlife Theme’ & Final Song – Craig Johnson & Greg Birkumshaw
Tracks: ‘Harder to Discover’ & ‘Time To Be Taken’ by Rory Nunn
‘Stratofortress’ by Gonga

THE VOYAGE by Beno Saradzic

By: Beno Saradzic

Technology’s unstoppable march isn’t sparing anyone. Filmmakers know this better than most. They need to stay updated or risk becoming dinosaurs, forgotten in time. All the latest advances in light capturing technology are impressive and astounding, but they don’t necessarily lead to making better films. They can in fact be blinding to the art of filmmaking. Good tools are definitely needed to make good films but if they aren’t powered by the subtle craft of the person using them, they are left soulless.
Whenever I am not shooting for clients, I use my free time to watch as many films as I possibly can. They help me build my visual references and spark my imagination. I love discovering new filming techniques. This practice involves a variety of tools needed to make time lapses with the aim of finding ways to use them better. It’s a never ending quest to form my personal, unique style of expression. It’s a voyage with many dead ends, locked doors and loop holes. That’s the nature of filmmaking; finding a balance between creativity, storytelling and the science of light. It’s a strange and very often counterintuitive process. Every lesson is a hard fought and often lost battle. No lesson however, no matter how failed, is ever wasted.
‘THE VOYAGE’ started out as a collage of disjointed time lapse sequences, shot over several months in early 2015. I was teaching myself new ways to move the camera, using existing and newly developed motion control systems. Once I had enough material on my drives, I decided to create a short film. I’m always aiming to create a more immersive, intimate way of experiencing the scene as it unfolds in front of the camera’s lens. Instead of entertaining the viewer with high-impact, dynamic and highly stylized scene transitions, I prefer a calmer, linear approach to visual storytelling. I’m a great fan of David Lean’s and Stanley Kubrick’s films. The works of these two filmmakers have had a profound influence on my appreciation of film. I was particularly fascinated with the precision of composition and framing of each scene in all the movies they ever made. I admired the way they crafted and shaped the light, like classic painters on canvas. Both filmmakers were known for their patience and waited for the moment to happen spontaneously, and then they would let it linger and play out on the screen. Their philosophy, where nothing is rushed, translates so well into time lapse filmmaking.
‘THE VOYAGE’ is infused with a re-discovered appreciation for my filmmaking idols, my love for architecture and time lapse cinematography. ‘THE VOYAGE’ represents my coming of age as a filmmaker with a profound passion for the craft.
‘THE VOYAGE’ is a first place winner in the Time Lapse Category at the 5th Season of the ‘Spaces of Light’ Photography Award in Abu Dhabi.

Canon 5Ds
Canon 5DMk2
Canon 5DMk3
Canon 60D

Canon 24-105mm f/4
Canon 50mm f/1.2L
Canon 100mm f2.8L
Canon 70-300 f/3.5-4.5L
Canon TS-E 17mm f/4
Canon TS-E 24mm II f/3.5L
Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8

Motion Control:
CamBlock Modular System
Syrp Genie / Magic Carpet
Lil’ Mule

Cinematography and Editing: Beno Saradzic
Camera assistants: Sandeep Nair and Yousaf Shamsuddin

Music score: A. Taylor – ‘A Late Night’s Wandering’

2015, Copyright Beno Saradzic, All Rights Reserved. Re-upload, download, full or partial edit of this film is not permitted without my written and specific approval. You know the drill. Play nice.



There’s no easy way to say goodbye to a friend, especially when they’ve supported you through your darkest times.

Made possible by Patagonia
Generous support from: First Descents, Ruffwear and Snow Peak

In order of appearance: Ben Moon & Denali
Producer: Ben Moon // Moonhouse
Directed / edited / written: Ben Knight // Felt Soul Media
DP: Skip Armstrong // Wazee Motion Pictures
Second Camera: Page Stephenson
Co-Writer: Katie Klingsporn
Wet Camera: Justin Harris
Sound Recordist: Jim Hurst
Music Supervisor: Ben Knight and Chris Parker
Sound Mix: Justin Harris
Narrated by: Ben Knight

Music by: Chihei Hatakeyama, Images of a Broken Light —
Music by: Odesza, It’s Only [feat. Zyra] In Return,, courtesy of Counter Records 2014

Still Photographs by: Ben Moon, Lisa Hensel, Carli Davidson, Miranda Moon, Vivian Moon, Jean Redle Dawn Kish, Lisa Skaff, Pete Rudge, Kristen & Ian Yurdin, and John Sterling

Projecting West — Kickstarter Teaser by Craig Winslow

By: Craig Winslow

15 days of daily video projections tell an unfolding narrative, illustrating a westward adventure from Portland to Portland. More info at

This teaser was original posted for a premiere on The Creators Project:

Consider supporting the project on Kickstarter!

LaforetAIR Los Angeles by Vincent Laforet

By: Vincent Laforet

For more information go to:

AIR is a project born of my need to share an important lesson I’ve discovered over the past decade making aerial photographs: the world is much smaller than we think. Borders are irrelevant and distances shortened. Clearly, we are more intimately connected to one another than we may realize.
AIR is a once a lifetime experience for our team and I’d like to pay that passion and excitement forward with as many of you as possible.
I chose the title AIR because it’s something we all share and are all equally responsible for. By definition AIR doesn’t belong to anyone. It belongs to us all regardless of background, social status and origin, as does this project.
I want to invite you to share your stories and come together at a series of meet ups* we are organizing in each new city that we travel to thanks to everyone one of you who has supported AIR and a few visionary sponsors* (including G-Tech & Storehouse) who have helped this project take flight.
I sincerely hope you will share in the joy of AIR. I hope these images make you smile, or think, or feel for just a moment a little more connected to somebody you’ve yet to meet. Please spread this experience with others.
Will you take the next step and become directly involved in telling your stories of your cities?
A few of you will be invited to fly with us over your cities and many of you will be invited to join us for pre-flight meet ups in each city that we visit, this project will reach its full potential only once you share YOUR stories about your lives, those close to you, and your city with others around the world.
Finally, you always have the option to directly support the project by visiting the store on this site as the majority of those funds will directly go towards helping us visit more cities and continue to share Air with with everyone.
If you made it this far, I guess I can safely say: Welcome aboard to project AIR!
Sincerely – Vincent Laforet