For YouTube Comedy Week, Sarah Silverman and will.i.am teamed up to create the music video for “Perfect Night,” a kickin’-it-at-home anthem where Silverman describes her perfect night of being alone, ordering in, getting high, masturbating, and more. video via JASH
Illuminating the culture of Burning Man – the annual pilgrimage to Nevada’s Black Rock Desert – as a catalyst for community, innovation and the actualization of dreams, this film offers a glimpse into the art and culture of this dynamic community with the hope to spark a dream within you.
DREAM premiered at the Sonoma International Film Festival. Directed and produced by Rich Van Every of lightworkscreative.tv. Rich also was a cinematographer for “Spark: A Burning Man Story,” a feature film on the inside story of Burning Man during a year of unprecedented challenges and growth.
“Spark: A Burning Man Story” premiered at SXSW 2013 and will be in general release Summer 2013. See sparkpictures.com for more information and to sign up for email updates on upcoming screenings.
AmazingLife247 has created a compilation video of strange, funny, and downright weird moments from Japanese game shows, including a man trying to take a woman’s bra off using nothing but clothes pins attached to his face and a track race in which men hop into bed and have sex before crossing the finish line.
Marine scientist Cassandra Brooks describes her experience traveling through Antarctica aboard the National Science Foundation’s icebreaker, the Nathaniel B. Palmer. In this time-lapse of her journey, Brooks describes the environment, different types of ice, and briefly touches on some of her research.
After the unbelievable response to our first DEATH VALLEY DREAMLAPSE (vimeo.com/57757618) our team returned for Part 2, this time going deeper, to the mysterious and unexplained sliding stones of Racetrack Playa. No UFOs this time (we THINK) but plenty of wonder and amazement, including some insane star trails, a beautiful milky way pass over the lakebed, and an incredible pink desert aurora! We also tried out some new timelapse techniques, like moonpainting the foreground landscapes (0:53 – 1:20), and also some experiments merging regular timelapse footage with star trails — a technique we’ve been calling STARSCRAPING (1:07:1:33). If it has an actual name, let us know! Star Trails shot at 25 sec exposures. No special effects used, just the natural rotation of the earth’s axis. Photography Merging: STARSTAX. Used two Canon EOS 5Dmkii, with a 24mm/1.4 lens & 28mm/1.8.
A short tilt-shift time-lapse film featuring the city of Melbourne, Australia. This piece is 10 months in the making and features a range of different events and festivals held in the city throughout the year.
Music: “Reflections” by Tom Day. Big thanks to Tom for his sound effects and audio mix soundcloud.com/tomday
Equipment: Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 17-40mm f/4L, 24-105mm f/4L and 70-300mm f/4-5.6 USM
The tilt-shift effect and grading was applied in Photoshop, and the film was edited in After Effects and Premiere Pro CS6.
Most of the shots were captured from the Eureka Skydeck, which is a lookout at the top of Melbourne’s tallest building. Other locations were the Shrine of Remembrance memorial, car parks and bridges around the city.
This is my third short-film about the northern lights. This year some epic displays has been on the sky, and for the first time I have included real-time recordings. As usual, my main focus is on getting the auroras show as close as possible to real-time speed given the time available in a short video. Although in a few sequences I have accepted overdoing the speed to better enhance other elements, such as moving fog, faster pans, clouds, milky way etc. In the film I have tried to show the slower majestic dancing lights, as well as the more faster, dramatic and abstract shows, and finally the auroras in combination with city lights and urban elements.
The video is shot using stills and assembled together for best possible resolution and dynamic range. In this video however, for the first time, I have also chosen to include some real-time video footage. This is to better show how furiously fast and beautiful the polar spirits can dance! The two sequences which are shot in real-time (in the middle of the video) could never have been recreated using still photos, regardless what camera you are using.
To substantiate the feeling and sense of the different aurora shapes and speeds I did get a special musical soundtrack composed by composer Peter Nanasi. In my opinion the music is just fantastically beautiful and I recommend you watching the video on a large screen as well with proper audio gear connected. Peter is just fantastic talented, and very professional to work with. Thank you Peter for your hard work.
Ever since I was a kid, I have always been mesmerized by extraordinary beauty of my hometown, San Diego. The city has many hidden treasures that have always captivated me, and they continue to do so. Most people only get to experience the tourism side San Diego, but I wanted to show the city through my own eyes and artistic vision. I wanted to showcase San Diego from the eyes of somebody who has lived there their entire life. I have been working on this piece for about four months to really harness the details and create a visually striking Timelapse film. I wanted to make something that was unique to my own perspective of filmmaking. I also wanted to create this video to encourage people to go out and witness how beautiful San Diego really is.
This timelapse features my best work yet. It represents hours and hours of dedication to the art. I’m driven by chasing fleeting moments of damatic light on beautiful landscapes and also capturing the night sky and milky way in all it’s glory is a real buzz. Not be mention curling up out under the stars beside all the gear for whole nights at a time catching some sleep here and there between checking the gear and changing batteries and staring up into eternity with spectacular meteors burning up in the cosmic shore out the corner of your eye. Doing this sort of thing has bought me closer and closer to the wilderness. There is something about doing this sort of stuff that just makes you want to keep coming back for more and more. Maybe it’s the experience of being out there at one with the incredible beauty of this landscape. Maybe it’s the challenge of capturing it in the camera in the way that you witnessed it. Maybe it’s the excitement of seeing just what you got when you finally render it all out. Maybe it’s the satisfaction you get out of showing this to other people. Most probably it’s a combination of all these things.
I hope you enjoy watching this timelapse. Please leave a comment if you wish, I’d love to hear from you. It is my hope that in bringing back a little piece of nature to portray in this way helps spark the respect we need to have for such an incredible place.
All scenes shot in the North Island of New Zealand.
Main equipment used:
Canon 5D Mark II & various Canon Lenses
Dynamic Perception Stage Zero 6ft Dolly
“Go Beyond” by Ben and Matt Hales, licensed for use through Universal Publishing Production Music and APRA New Zealand.
Thanks to my family for putting up with my habit
My first go at timelapse. Shot over the last couple of months mostly in and around the volcanic plateau of the central North Island of New Zealand in the Tongariro National Park World Heritage Area. A culmination of thousands of still frames, some long cold nights and early mornings out under the beautiful southern hemisphere skies of New Zealand. Shot using a Canon 5D Mark II full frame DSLR rendered out in full HD 1080p from the digital raw stills at 5630×3740. Music is “Above Two Souls” by Gregg Lehrman and Boris Nonte.
Ferromagnetic particles in the putty are strongly attracted to the magnet and very slowly engulf the surface of the magnet. The magnet shown in the picture is a strong neodymium iron boron magnet. It’s a very powerful magnet for its size and could erase magnetic stripes found in credit cards and damage electronics! The putty looks and feels like regular silly putty, but the difference lies in the fact that it has been infused with millions of micron-sized ferrous particles (most often iron oxide powder). The magnetic putty is not actually magnetic by itself, since the infused particles are made of iron powder. via Oh Have You Seen This?
This film captures the grueling process- from convincing hundreds of people from government agencies, private and non-profit civic and cultural organizations and the general public at large, that installing this historically massive fine arts sculpture along a 2+ mile bridge span overlooking downtown San Francisco to tackling the day-to-day issues of hanging 25,000 LED lights on the cold, windy facade of a 75 year old transportation structure.
And that’s all while they somehow manage to raise the $8.2 Million in private funding to make this project come to light.
Ray Gascoigne has been around boats his whole life, as a shipwright, a merchant sailor, and now as a ship builder on the smallest dry dock there is: a bottle. This short film, by Smith Journal and Melbourne-based production studio Commoner, picks through the wood chips to tell the story of a craft honed over 60 years, and the man behind it. A step-by-step account of the process was featured in Smith Journal volume six. Find out more about the projectLearn more about Smith
“Wide Web World” is a high-flying aerial tour of cities around the world that was created with 3D mapping imagery recorded directly from the web-based mapping service, Here. It’s a far cry from the early days of online maps. The video was created by Austrian video producer Paul Wex.
filming/editing: boilerhum (boilerhum.com)
music: toxicucumber – oil b. (soundcloud.com/oilb)
camera: Canon eos 7D
editing software: FCP X
color correction: Adobe after effects
australian map: Adobe after effects
A timelapse of the construction of Maersk Line’s very first Triple-E vessel at the DSME shipyard in Okpo, Korea. The timelapse was produced by Discovery Channel and Maersk, and it consists of 50,000 photos taken over 3 months. Read more about Maersk Line’s Triple-E vessels here: worldslargestship.com
STREET is an unscripted 61-minute high definition video filmed by artist James Nares over one week in September 2011. The final video is a mesmerizing experiment in the nuance and beauty of everyday people and people-watching; providing a global view that extends beyond the streets of New York where it was filmed: from Battery Park to the furthest reaches of Upper Broadway, and West Side to East Side in Nares’ personal homage to actualité films. In Nares’ words, “I wanted the film to be about people. All it needed were magical moments, and there are enough of those happening every moment of any given day.” The soundtrack for the film was composed and performed by Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore.
When we set out to make this short, our intention simply was to observe the phenomenon of fashion bloggers and street style stars. As we started to review the footage, two salient trends became apparent: fashion editors frustrated by the ensuing commotion outside of shows, and the rise of “peacocking” street style stars as a result of the proliferation of blogs. This film examines these themes from both perspectives.
This is a tribute to the International Space Station Program as well as Dr. Don Pettit, NASA Astronaut and ISS Astrophotographer. It can not be emphasized enough, how Dr. Pettits innovative photographic work and his passion has changed the way we see earth from space. Accompanied with great info on the challenges of astrophotography aboard the ISS by Dr. Pettit, the shortfilm features a great compilation of 4 timelapses (“intro”, “startrails”, “fisheye” and “aurorae”). Now welcome aboard the ISS – enjoy stunning photography and timelapses from the Space Station!
We shot this footage during a transmongolian and transsiberian travel from Beijing (China) to Ulaanbataar (Mongolia capital) then to Irkusk (Siberia ,Russia) and ending in Moscow (Russia). About 7500 Km ride.
I shot this film over 4 trips to NYC 2011-2012. The time-lapse sequences you see here were made (mostly) from hundreds of thousands of still images. A Canon 7D and T3i were the main cameras, with backup from a couple of older Nikon Coolpix 5000 point and shooters. A few clips are sped-up video.
Filament Mind is an installation at the Teton County Library created by designers Yong Ju Lee and Brian Brush of E/B Office. Whenever any library visitor in the entire state of Wyoming searches the public library catalog, Filament Mind displays the search using 44 colorful LED illuminators connected to one thousand fiber optic cables.
Have you ever seen an entire river? This is a 113 day journey down the Green and Colorado Rivers, from source to sea. We started in the Wind River Mountains, Wyoming in October 2011, and finished at the Sea of Cortez, Mexico in January 2012. The river begins as a trickle, carves ever deeper and more spectacular canyons, and is reduced to a trickle again by water diversions. For more information, please visit downthecolorado.org
For many years now I have been fortunate enough to live for part of each year on the shore of Lake Hallstatt in Upper Austria. This video is not about the town – but about the Lake itself. Hallstatt, the town, is famous for its production of salt, dating back to prehistoric times. It is a very popular summer tourist destination – so popular with the Chinese that they have actually built a replica of the town in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong. The whole area has Unesco World Heritage status. Lake Hallstatt has been referred to as the “melancholic lake”, the “still fjord” and the “vision of a perfect mountain lake”. It is a classic relic of the Ice Age and it has a total area of 8.58 square KM lying between the steep Obertraun and Hallstatt mountains and Bad Goisern. It is the fifth largest of the Salzkammergut lakes. Although this lake is one of the darker, colder, less inviting lakes of the region, as a photographer I decided to use this darkness and stillness as a device to reveal the true beauty of the lake through its mirror-like surface.
TimeLAX is a time-lapse photography project that shows the Greater Los Angeles area from many angles.
The project includes different types of photography such as panoramic, architectural and artistic. We have scouted, tested and selected more than 200 locations that will be presented in a series of videos.
Photography by RalphGM – Edited by RandyFX
Music “Orchestral Inspiration” by Akashic Records – SaReGaMa saregama-music.
Last May in Zurich, the MFO Building, a 19th century 3 story brick office building, was placed on rollers and moved nearly 200 feet over the course of 17 hours. The remarkable feat of engineering was captured in this time-lapse by Swiss photographer Patrick Gautschy. The 260 foot long, 6,200 tonne structure was built in 1889 as part of the Oerlikon machine factory complex. It was slated for demolition to make way for the expansion of a nearby rail station, however a public petition to save the building led to the complex operation to relocate it.
This first installment in this multi-part series is the beginning of a long-term project in which I want to capture the rise of modern civilization, from ancient societies to the bustling and modern cities of today.
Travelling to Europe made me realize how much the past is still present in our everyday lives. Our cultural institutions are the product of those who lived before us and of the societies they built. The remnants of the past are still a significant part of the modern era.
In Civilization: Part I – Europe, I travelled to 14 cities in 4 countries filled with history who had major influences in shaping the world in which we live in: England, France, Italy and Spain.
In these locations you can see the remains of the vast Roman Empire, the intertwined Muslim, Christian and Jewish cultures, the birthplace of the Age of Enlightenment, the European emblem of parliamentary democracy as well as many UNESCO World Heritage sites.
It is also those same countries that would eventually embark on a journey to the New World and build the foundations of America.
Civilization will make you travel in the past, but also in the present, to show you the enormous steps mankind has made throughout history. Hopefully it will give you awareness of our incredible cultural heritage.
‘The Art of Illustration’ by PBS Arts: Off Book takes a look at the world and art of illustrators, the creative ways that they can relate to their audiences and how their roles continually change throughout the years.
llustrators articulate what a photograph cannot. Using an array of techniques and styles, illustrators evoke stories and meaning in a variety of mediums, from editorial illustration in magazines and newspapers, to comics books, to activist media. And as their tasks over the years have become less informational and more expressive, their individual voice as artists becomes all the more critical and beautiful, revealing an exciting and awe-inspiring age of illustration.
Thanks to Tourism BC and Blackcomb Aviation, last weekend I took an awesome helicopter flight around Garibaldi Park in the Whistler, BC area with landing on a glacier. The tour is called: “Whistler Helicopter Tour Peak Experience” and can be booked directly with Blackcomb Aviation, flights leave from Whistler Municipal Heliport.
It has been a week since we got back from Whistler, BC. I must say that besides helicopter tour of the area park and landing on a glacier, I have totally fallen in love with snowmobiling. It is so much fun that I spent not just one day, but two days riding them up on the Whistler trails up to Crystal Hut at 6,000 feet and back down to the Whistler Village. I highly recommend it for anyone who did not try it before. Here is a photo of me getting ready to head out for an afternoon riding:
If you want to experience beautiful mountain views from trails of Callaghan Valley near Whistler, dog-sledding is awesome as well. I did just that for just over 2 hours on one of the afternoons:
Highlight from the helicopter glacier landing is the unforgettable view at 7,000ft. – well above the clouds – overlooking snow covered peaks:
Miniatur Wunderland, with its small-scale model trains and landscapes, is one of Hamburg’s biggest tourist attractions. This month, it unveiled its latest addition: the world’s largest miniature airport.
Official music video for “Havoc” by While You Slept. Shot in one take at 300 fps using a Red Epic with a 75mm master prime.
This music video for “Havoc” by Norwegian band While You Slept features elaborate live special effects, pyrotechnics, and choreography, all captured in a a single 18 second shot. Filmed at 300 frames per second, the footage plays back in beautiful slow motion over the course of the 3 1/2 minute video. The video was directed by André Chocron.
To celebrate the occasion, Nikon released the above video, which offers a behind-the-scenes look into how its widely used lenses are made. The video starts from the production of the glass from sand and goes through final assembly, all in three-and-a-half minutes.”
Mountains in Motion: The Canadian Rockies is an award-winning short film documenting the life of the alpine landscape through time-lapse photography. In an effort to highlight the wildness of these mountain places and how they have inspired explorers of the past, present and future, time-lapse sequences were patiently gathered from exposed summits, by glacial lakes, and under aurora-filled skies. Hours and even months of change lapses in a matter of seconds, providing the viewer with a rare insight into the ever-changing nature of the landscape. Weaving throughout the film are reflections of an early mountaineer, who is deeply moved by his own encounter with the mountains and the revelations of explorers who have come before him. “What is this power that lures me upwards, into the unknown,” he wonders, “that pulls me deeper, despite snow, wind and exhaustion?” Made on a shoestring budget and with entirely volunteer hours, the film brought together artists from two vastly different parts of North America – Banff, Alberta, and Atlanta, Georgia. Strangers at the start, the film team developed strong friendships over the course of production and were united by their common goal of capturing the beauty and essence of a place that inspires them every day. This 100% human-powered film combines advanced time-lapse photography with an original story and musical score to bring the landscape center-stage and offers a thrilling new perspective that re-establishes the Canadian Rockies among the finest mountains in the world.
It’s hard to put your camera down in India. With so much beauty and filth, food and poverty, happiness and stress: its an overwhelming (and wonderful) place to film. We came back exhausted, full and still overwhelmed (this time with the task of editing all the footage into a short video). Because India is a big place, and each area varies dramatically, we attempted to construct a day across India: from north to south, from dawn till dusk.
Filmed and Edit by Andry Verga with Canon 550
Recognize U by James Wynne
Interloper by Kevin MacLeod – Album: Scoring: Tension
Archangel by Two Step from Hell – Archangel ℗ 2011
Ivrea, a town in northwestern Italy is most famous for its traditional carnival celebration. The core of the Carnevale di Ivrea is the famous Battle of the Oranges where thousands of citizens are divided into nine teams who them violently pelt each other with oranges. These orange battles occur on the traditional carnival days of Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. Held every year in late February, the celebration revolves around a 12th century legend of a miller’s daughter who refused the local duke’s “right” to spend a night with each newlywed woman in his domain and instead chipped off his head. This refusal lead the commoners in the town revolting against their rulers, they then stormed and burned the palace. Each year a young girl is elected “Mugnaia” and plays the role of Violetta, the miller’s daughter who still today, honored as a local symbol of freedom.
Royal battles are fought in the town’s historical squares between throwers on foot representing the people in revolt and others on waggons drawn by horses in gay trappings, who take the part of the tyrant’s officers. Another feature introduced by the French Revolution is the sort of red woollen nightcap falling over the right shoulder.
Known as the “Phrygian bonnet” by analogy with the cap worn by freed slaves in Rome and adopted in France as a Republican symbol, this is de rigueur for those who venture out between Ivrea’s red towers and the cerulean Dora during carnival time. An account will now be given of the individual items on the calendar of the Ivrea Carnival from Epiphany to Ash Wednesday, the various ceremonies and other events that take place, and their historical background.
There can be no doubt that this is the most spectacular moment of the whole event, clearly depicting the fight for freedom, the symbol of Ivrea Carnival. Together with all the historical events in the Carnival at Ivrea, the orange battle constitutes an incredible cultural and goliardic heritage, making the Carnival one of the most important on the national and international scene. Throwing oranges is also the event in which most people can be involved: anyone can do it by becoming a member of one of the nine foot teams or of one of the groups throwing from a cart.
The short documentary Richard tells the tale of a British piano tuner who voluntarily gave up his apartment to live a nomadic, homeless existence around London. Richard made the dramatic life change after becoming fed up with his massive student debt, his workaday lifestyle, and his material possessions. Amazingly, because his nomadic lifestyle has few expenses, he was able to pay off his student debt in one and a half years. The film was directed by Matt Hopkins of the EnglandYourEngland web documentary series.
Brainstorm is a new feature in which we will introduce various people that we collaborate with on projects. The first episode focuses on San Francisco based street photographer Travis Jensen, who is responsible for the images contained on DGK’s Killin’ It and Brash Delivery graphics. Many people have asked how Travis is able to get such candid photos on the street. So, we decided to take a journey up to San Francisco and capture him in his element and have Travis explain his technique and show you exactly how he approaches his unique style of photography. Be on the look out for more of Travis’ images on DGK products in the future. He’s definitely one of the best at what he does. Directed by Leland Ware Shot by Mecky Crues
Tangled vines. Endless rain. Dodgy hotel rooms. Mud. Biting flies. Aggressive viruses…Perfection. Is this a vacation? Erik Boomer, Tyler Bradt, Galen Volckhausen, Tim Kemple, Anson Fogel, Blake Hendrix and Skip Armstrong hunt the remote Mexican jungle for the perfect waterfall…and the perfect shot. Paddler and cinematographer alike explore a world beyond the expected.
“There’s craft in everything that we do at Stumptown, from the roasting process to the hands-on craft of making each and every cup at our coffee bars. We don’t have assembly lines or machines moving our coffee around. It’s all done by hand. Everything that we do at Stumptown is done by hand.”
Another year done come and went, you guys. In an effort to document my year, I filmed one second of everyday for the whole year, a sort of different approach to a time-lapse video. A lot happened in 2012 – I moved out of Bed-Stuy to Chicago, went to Colombia, turned 26, got paid to travel to the Galapagos Islands and Barcelona. I started some new jobs, quit some old ones, and hey, I guess the world didn’t end. It was a year when seeing a humpback whale in the wild was no big deal on one day and other days when the most exciting moment involved standing in line at the post office. Here’s hoping to more of the former and less of the latter in 2013. If you pay attention, you’ll spot tons of friends, bike rides, planes, trains, and automobiles, sea turtles, some performances by The Drums, The Promise Ring, and Beach House, a marimonda, eagle rays, Wyatt Cenac, the world’s tallest species of palm tree, Barcelona, a bathtub filled with PBRs, plenty of dogs, Notorious BIG, a lotta pizza, Riff Raff, and a whole buncha other stuff. Pretty much everything was shot with a Canon 5D Mark II, a gopro, and a (now stolen) iPhone.
Flowers Timelapse compilation (Amaryllis, Lilies, Zygocactus, Rose, Gladiolus, Gardenia) I took more than 7100 photos in more than 730 hours (using Canon 5D Mark II) It is my first timelapse, hope you’ll enjoy it pruskova.com
Adding more details according to questions I’ve been receiving:
It was shot in a homemade “studio” that I made in a cabinet. I covered the back of the cabinet with black cloth, the flower was placed in the middle, and the whole cabinet was then covered with another cloth to insulate from the daylight (to keep the light constant, which is the most important). Two led lamps were used to illuminate the flowers. Some flowers bloomed in hours, some in few days. Therefore the interval between photos varies from few seconds to several minutes depending on the type of flower. After several missed tries you’ll learn. In order to keep ISO as low as possible (couldn’t go lower than 640 because of low light), the shutter speed was usually 1/5 s at f16. All flowers are mine or from my mother’s garden. The music is called Arrival of the Birds by The Cinematic Orchestra… amazing music, my favorite.
This is a video of a Tagtool session by Maki and iink at an abandoned industrial complex right next to the cemetery of the nameless in Vienna. Made with Tagtool for iPad, the multiplayer app for animated art. Find out more at tagtool.at!
The ultimate full moon shot. Dean Potter walks a highline at Cathedral Peak as the sun sets and the moon rises. Shot from over 1 mile away with a Canon 800mm and 2X by Michael Schaefer. mikeylikesrocks.com
Why is there such an obligatory feeling to work on ones holiday? In most case scenarios, I wouldn’t have bothered bringing and burdening myself with my new Nikon toy & its accessories on my week off. But I was going to Myanmar, a nation that I have placed close to my heart and visually strikes me as one of the most photogenic countries I have even seen. Read More | Comments
The amazing rice terraces of Yunnan Province are a sight to behold. But beyond the majestic beauty is a 1300 year old system of rice farming that works in sync with nature. We spent a few days with Mr. Lu to discover why this ancient system works so well, and the rice tastes so good.
When I run out places to go… there is always that thing flying around the planet:
In her final days as Commander of the International Space Station, Sunita Williams of NASA recorded an extensive tour of the orbital laboratory and downlinked the video on Nov. 18, just hours before she, cosmonaut Yuri Malenchenko and Flight Engineer Aki Hoshide of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency departed in their Soyuz TMA-05M spacecraft for a landing on the steppe of Kazakhstan. The tour includes scenes of each of the station’s modules and research facilities with a running narrative by Williams of the work that has taken place and which is ongoing aboard the orbital outpost.
Hurricanes! The fiscal cliff! Honey Boo Boo Child! The bizarre events of 2012 look a lot like omens of the apocalypse! JibJab takes inspiration from the Mayan calendar in an animated musical extravaganza looking back at possibly the last year we’ll ever have to review. It’s 2012, the end is here!
I wanted to use pictures taken from the International Space Station to tell a story and share the message sent by the astronauts who worked on the station in the last 11 years.
They are working to open a Gateway to Space for all humankind, but people on Earth must understand that they have to get rid of the concept of borders on our planet if they want to follow the astronauts to new worlds in outer space. While the cosmonauts speak a day passes on Earth, from dawn to sunset, until the Gateway opens with a burst of light. The ISS then gains speed, the astronauts are leaving our planet which they see spinning faster and faster, merging earth, oceans and people together, ready to follow them, Further Up Yonder.
A ShortFilm made only by TimeLapse and HyperLapse technique, focused on Xmas time in London… I tried to catch the most beautiful decorations and events that this incredible city can offer in this time of the year. Unfortunately due to whether conditions, i couldn’t get any snow. A special thanks to my friends and great musicians Alberto Vuolato and Paolo Giacomelli that composed the music. Photo & Editing: Mattia Bicchi
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