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Shot by Joe Capra of, PHASED | LA was shot natively in 12K resolution entirely on the Phase One XF IQ3 100 megapixel camera . That is three times the resolution of existing 4K Ultra HD content, and each and every single frame of this film is 100 megapixels. With the latest software update to the XF system Phase One added a new timelapse mode which allows users to easily shoot extreme resolution timelapses. Having the ability to shoot in such extreme resolution allows you much more creative freedom and flexibility in post production, and this film’s purpose is to demonstrate that. You can punch in extremely far into a scene while maintaining massive amounts of detail.

To learn more about the Phase One XF IQ3 100MP Camera System please visit

If you would like to rent and play around with the system please contact

Camera: Courtesy of Phase One
Music: “Journey” by Tony Anderson

A big THANK YOU to:
Phase One
Digital Transitions
Chris Pritchard ( )
Dustin Kukuk ( )
Ballio Chan ( )

Maroon Bells in Autumn by Mike Kvackay

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By: Mike Kvackay

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 |

Thanks to everyone for the motivation to keep with it

Paris Day & Night by Teeter-Totter-Tam

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By: Teeter-Totter-Tam

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:

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 :

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
Fab Martini

Help in video editing Sergey Akimov

For cooperation please contact us by e-mail:

Odyssey 4K by Henry Jun Wah Lee / Evosia

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By: Henry Jun Wah Lee / Evosia

Twitter: @evosia

Watch it in 4K:

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 –

Join me for my next trip to Iceland! Or one of my other timelapse workshops.

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.

LRTimelapse: Gunther’s software is a must-have tool for processing professional quality timelapses.

Glacier Car Rental: for providing me with transportation so I could shoot at all of these fabulous locations.

Shot, edited, and available in 4K. Some shots available in 7K.

PATAGONIA 8K by Martin Heck | Timestorm Films

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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

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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