FLUX: continuous change. This kaleidoscopic montage features original hyper-lapse, and footage from: Burning Man, the Endeavor Shuttle transfer, a Cry Wheel circus performance, and an underground cross-dressing club.
On September 18th, I drove from Denver to Aspen to photograph the most iconic mountain landscape in the Rocky Mountains.
I spent a total of 36 hours in Aspen and shot as much as I could. I learned a lot in that short amount of time. Please take in the fall sights of the Elk Mountains in Colorado
Filmed by Mike Kvackay | http://mikekvackay.com
Thanks to everyone for the motivation to keep with it
EN. This video is a 5-minute visual journey through Paris in technique of hyper lapse and time lapse. When the city and the weather become the movie directors, and the time becomes the main actor, wonderful views are opened. Turn Captions On, we signed places. Read about creation of the video clip: http://ift.tt/1iOv43U
FR. Cette video à durée de 5 minutes est le voyage visuel à travers Paris en technique hyperlapse et time-lapse. De merveilleuses vues s’ouvrent, quand la ville et le climat deviennent metteurs en scène, et le temps – un principal acteur. Lire de la création de la vidéo : http://ift.tt/1Vd1cK1
You can find music theme in iTunes / Vous pouvez trouver le sujet musical à iTunes
Shooting and video editing
Сonstantine Konovalov and Irina Neustroeva
Music and sound design
Help in video editing Sergey Akimov
For cooperation please contact us by e-mail: TeeterTotterTam@gmail.com
Watch it in 4K: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22ynZTtHH9o
The light during midnight sun is a surreal and unforgettable experience. Hues of pinks, purples, reds and oranges that you may be lucky to see for a few minutes during a normal sunrise/sunset can explode for hours in an epic display of nature’s masterful artistry.
Shot over two weeks from late June through early July in Iceland, finding the best spots to experience these conditions was not easy. We had to navigate Iceland’s fickle weather. The southern half of the island was storming most of the time. Knowledge of the island’s various micro climates and scenic locations were important in figuring out where to go for any given night. So was staying mobile and keeping all options open. Each day was a new and unexpected adventure.
Over the course of the trip, we covered most of Iceland’s varied landscapes, traveling a complete loop on the ring road as well as spending time in the central highlands in the middle of the island.
You’ll see scenes from Snaefellsnes peninsula in the west and various mountains and coastal areas in the north, to the fjords in the east and the Vatnajökull glacier region in the south. Perhaps the most unexpected of all was catching the large plumes of clouds being generated by the cooling lava from last year’s volcanic eruption in Bárðarbunga.
In the end, the odyssey is about the journey and its experiences rather than about the destination.
Music is the song “Market” by Justin R Durban – http://ift.tt/UeMPrg
Join me for my next trip to Iceland! Or one of my other timelapse workshops. http://ift.tt/1hou2Cw
Thanks to our sponsors:
Kessler: for their amazing tools for filmmakers. I was fortunate to shoot with their Second Shooter for all my motion controlled shots. http://kesslercrane.com
LRTimelapse: Gunther’s software is a must-have tool for processing professional quality timelapses. http://lrtimelapse.com
Glacier Car Rental: for providing me with transportation so I could shoot at all of these fabulous locations. http://ift.tt/1lIlYif
Shot, edited, and available in 4K. Some shots available in 7K.