Winter is upon us…
Nothing quite like being in the mountains when Mother Nature is delivering.
Filmed at Stevens Pass
SHREDS: Stuart Cambell, Tim Carlson, Matt Christie, Brandon Cocard and Matt Wainhouse
I apologize for the song… but I had to.
Avenged Sevenfold “Nightmare”
Nike asked me to make movie about earning Fuel Points which requires you to be active so i thought i’d push what being active meant. That’s the gist of it anyways. My homie Graham Veysey nwaterp.com and I shot it in 5 days (EXCEPT for the vietnam shot, that was from this summer) and we really didn’t plan anything. Any excuse for an adventure.
Time-lapse photography allows Dustin Farrell to capture amazing imagery that no other medium allows—and that even eludes the human eye. He can track the passage of clouds and stars, and document the tiny changes in landscapes and everyday scenes over time. Find out how he shoots his time-lapse photos and reassembles them into remarkable films in this installment of Start to Finish.
We follow Dustin into the desert of Devil’s Garden in southwestern Utah, to find out how he transports and sets up the equipment required to capture his shots—from dollies and motion controllers to LED lights and camping lanterns. Back in the studio, he demonstrates how he realizes his vision with tools like Adobe Camera Raw and After Effects. Although the process may be long and unpredictable, in the end he has a final sequence that is otherworldly—rendered with real-world technology.
Hidden among the trees of an Italian forest, Bruno has been building swings, slides, seesaws, gyroscopes and roller-coasters for the last forty years. They are his passion and a way to attract clients to Ai Pioppi, the restaurant he runs with his family. Throughout this short documentary, his hand-powered toys move alongside his thoughts about existence and death; and why he spent more than half of his life creating rides.
A Fabrica film
Written by Luiz Romero
Director of Photography – Coleman Guyon
Camera Operators – Giacomo Pennicchi and Coleman Guyon
Sound Operators – Sabina Dallu and Luiz Romero
Sound Design and Mixing – Geremia Vinattieri
Original Music – Coleman Guyon
Graphic Design – Vidit Narang
Creative Consultants – Ries Straver and Cosimo Bizzarri
Thanks to Tim Wan, Renée Mello, Jonathan Chomko, Caitlin Hu and Leonardo Amico
Special thanks to Dan Hill
A short motion timelapse movie by Alexandr Kravtsov.
Barcelona, Spain. August - October, 2013.
Broken camera, lost flash drive, near 100 subway rides, 24 000 photos, endless hours of post production and rendering and 480 gigabytes of material.
Music: Uppermost - Revolution
Canon 7D, Tokina 11-16, Canon EF 24-105 4L, Canon EF 70-200 2.8L.
Timelapse of the observatories atop Mauna Kea, Hawaii. The summit is at an altitude of nearly 14,000 ft and is the premiere site for astronomy in the Northern Hemisphere. As an astronomy graduate student at the University of Hawaii, I’ve enjoyed excellent access to the facility. Some of my favorite still images of Mauna Kea can be found at sgphotos.com/photostories/maunakea.
This montage was filmed on three nights in April (I was observing on one of the telescopes and would walk outside when things got boring) and four nights during summer 2013. More information (i.e. “What’s up with the lasers?” “What gear did you use?”) can be viewed at sgphotos.com/portfolio/timelapse/makingmaunakeaheavens/.
More of my timelapse work can be found here and at sgphotos.com/portfolio/timelapse. Please notify me prior to featuring my work.
Music: “All is Violent, All is Bright” by God is an Astronaut.