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This is Boston

This is Boston

This video was created as a tribute to the beautiful city of Boston. Bostonians are proud of their city and I wanted to make a video they could be proud of, and which attempts to capture the greatness that is Boston. I’ve had the opportunity to explore Boston and be inspired by it countless times, and I tried to channel that inspiration into this video. I hope Bostonians enjoy seeing their city through my eyes.

-Sean Collins
bodhifilms.com

Music: At Home (Passion Pit Remix) — By Crystal Fighters
Purchase song at:
itunes.apple.com/us/album/star-of-love-remixes/id561061772

This video would not have been possible if not for my longtime friend Kenan Alsarabi, who worked on the production of this video with me. I also want to thank Dynamic Perception for their motion control slider and Gunther at LRTimelapse for his amazing program.

Cast: Bodhi Films

Moving through Chicago

Moving through Chicago

A mainly hyperlapse tour through some of the iconic locations of Chicago. What a great City!

All footage in this video was shot during one week in June 2012 as part of our ongoing ‘Around the World in Timelapse’ project.

Follow the ‘Round the World in Timelapse’ project at facebook.com/gtimage

Thanks for on-location support to:

Hotel 71, Swissotel, Marriott Magnificent Mile, John Hancock Observatory, Park Hyatt Chicago, Cite at top of Lake Point Tower.

Sound track is ‘Believe In Your Dreams’ BY: FRANCESCO D’ANDREA

Cast: geoff tompkinson and Francesco D’Andrea

‘The Lake’

‘The Lake’

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 858 square metres 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.

This is my reflective homage to

‘THE LAKE’

I was fortunate to collaborate on the music for ‘The Lake’ with the french composer Vincent Jacq see his work here: vincentjacq.com facebook.com/VincentJacq vimeo.com/user3179553

Follow the ‘Round the World in Timelapse’ project at facebook.com/gtimage

Cast: geoff tompkinson, Vincent JACQ – Music Composer and Dynamic Perception

Moving through Venice

Moving through Venice

A hyperlapse tour through a few of the iconic locations in Venice

Follow the ‘Round the World in Timelapse’ project at facebook.com/gtimage

If you like this Hyperlapse movie – please take a look at these as well:
vimeo.com/gtimage/hermitage
vimeo.com/gtimage/stpetersburg
vimeo.com/gtimage/cloudgate

Cast: geoff tompkinson

Warsaw Timelapse

Warsaw Timelapse

This movie has been made out of love for Warsaw – our Hometown. Enjoy!!!!!

production – R5 Films
r5films.com/
facebook.com/r5filmsofficial

Film zrealizowany jest w technice filmowej Motion Timelapse .
Zwykła technika Timelapse, polega na wykonywaniu pojedynczych klatek ujęcia w różnych odstępach czasu.
Motion Timelapse wyróżnia się wprowadzeniem ruchu kamery w ujęciach.
Po raz pierwszy w Polsce przedstawiamy Warszawę przy użyciu nowej techniki filmowej.
Podczas prac nad projektem stale doskonaliliśmy technikę co wiązało się z dużym poświęceniem ale również wielką satysfakcją.
Za wprowadzenie nowej techniki ruchu i zdjęcia odpowiada Jacek Banach.

Credits –––
r5films.com/timelapse/
Director – Darek Juraś
Cinematographer – Jacek Banach
Post-production & Animation – R5Films VFX Division
G.M,
Color grading – Kuba Węgliński
Editor – Este
Music – Athletics – Why Aren’t I Home
2012

Cast: R5 Films