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Pequena Grande Vitória

Pequena Grande Vitória

“Pequena Grande Vitória” nasceu ao longo do ano de 2014 e reuniu mais de 15 mil fotografias e 1 terabyte de arquivos. Inicialmente, o projeto consistia em experimentação de diferentes técnicas de timelapse, repleta de tentativas e erros.

Entretanto, a cada lugar visitado encontravamos não só o conhecimento técnico que buscávamos, como também uma nova forma de ver Vitória.

Iniciou-se assim a busca por pontos de diferentes ângulos de visibilidade, e quando percebemos já tinha se tornado viciante subirmos no topo de edifícios para, enfim, encontrar a nossa “Pequena Grande Vitória”.

Dirigido, Fotografado e Editado pela dupla:
Gustavo Martins e Marina Abranches

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Música:
Paulo Fagundes e Luís Oliveira

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Equipamentos Utilizados:
Câmeras: Canon T2i, Canon 60D
Lentes: Canon 16-35mm, 50mm 1.4, 70-200mm / Samyang 8mm, 14mm, 35mm

Disponível em 4K.

Contato:
gustavovialmartins@gmail.com
marina.abranches@gmail.com

Cast: Gustavo Martins and Marina Abranches

Journey Through the Crimean Caves

Journey Through the Crimean Caves

The shooting took place in the ancient and most beautiful places of the Crimea during 4 months.
Mangoup, Tepe-Kerman, Chufut-Calais, Eski-Kerman, Kiz-Kerman, Kachi-Calyon, Shuldan, Sphinx Valley, Buckley, Inkerman, Balaklava, Chersonesus, Meganom, Cape Aya.

Created by:
Denis Fedorov
Eugene Bryohin

Soundtrack: Dark Patrick – Blessed Strangers
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Downscaled from 4K.

Cast: Eugene Bryohin

THE CITY OF ANGELS

THE CITY OF ANGELS

In this short timelapse video I photographed many iconic locations in Los Angeles. LA has been filmed countless times, but I wanted to capture the city in a unique way. To do that, I used a technique called hyperlapse, which is a series of still photographs taken over a desired distance at a set interval. Every frame of this video is a still photograph.

After exploring the city, I’ve learned to appreciate Los Angeles in a way which I didn’t before. I love the views, the architecture, the history and the diversity. Yes, the traffic is horrible, and parking is a nightmare, but it’s a beautiful place, and it’s my home and I’m proud to say that I live in the City of Angels!

-Sean Collins

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Music by: Explosions in the sky — “The Birth and Death of the Day”

Article about the video in Los Angeles Magazine: lamag.com/citythink/citythinkblog/2013/10/22/at-the-speed-of-la-see-the-city-through-hyperlapse-technology

Shot entirely in 5K resolution with Canon cameras and lenses.

Post-Production workflow: Lrtimelapse => Lightroom => After Effects => Final Cut Pro 7

A big thank you to some of my friends that helped: Mervyn Cole, Jason McMahon, Ron Carlson, Nick Stich and Jason Fisher.

Cast: Bodhi Films

GEORGIA | hyper – travel

GEORGIA | hyper – travel

Are you ready to fly? This film is a HDR hyperlapse postcard that will take you to a journey through Georgia – probably the most friendly country in the world. Feel free to share this video and send this postcard to your friends 🙂

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Cinematography & production | Piotr Wancerz

Music | “Ethnotronic” by Sanisenko

Locations | Batumi, Cminda Sameba. Gelati, Gori, Kutaisi, Mestia, Tbilisi, Sighnaghi, Stepancminda [Kazbegi], Upliscyche.

Special thanks to | Tomek Łagodziński, Kasia Mazur, Kasia Niemirska, Wiktor Szybist, Marta Wancerz

Cast: Timelapse Media

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.

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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

Hyperlapse Plaza de España de Sevilla

Hyperlapse Plaza de España de Sevilla

Footage disponible en 4K

Realizado en la Plaza de España de Sevilla (Andalucía, España)
Producido mediante técnicas de fotografía: Hyperlapse (o Motion Timelapse) y Timelapse.

Música: Plurabelle – Lips (soundcloud.com/plurabellemusic)

Realizado con Canon EOS 5D MkII – Canon EF 17-40mm L
Procesado mediante Adobe LR, LRtimelapse y Adobe PR.

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Cast: Comuniko

Kharkov/Ukraine 2012 TimeLapse in Motion (Hyperlapse)

Kharkov/Ukraine 2012 TimeLapse in Motion (Hyperlapse)

Video (hyperlapse) about big Ukraine city – Kharkov
Making from May to September 2012
Shooting, post-processing and editing by Kirill Neiezhmakov
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music: Andrew Bayer & Matt Lange-In Out Of Phase (Calyx & Teebee Remix)
YouTube 1080p: youtu.be/7wv1v0wVqfo

Cast: Kirill Neiezhmakov

‘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

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