This is a small snippet looking at Petes up and coming photo Tour, Workshop that is being held in America in 2013.This is a wonderful chance to be exposed to landscapes that will leave you speechless and awe struck. Its a great way to learn to take better pictures and to be inspired. This tour will run for the month of September of next year.The dates and Prices will be confirmed in 2 weeks.:)
A short timelapse film by
Mario ROMULIC & Drazen STOJCIC
This video was entirely made out of PHOTOGRAPHS. There is not a single "live" video shot in it. We took over 90,000 photographs during several weeks of filming.
City as a living organism
The city describes itself. This in an autobiography of a town that lives by its own rhythm. From it’s perspective everyday life seems insignificant. It lives in a different, separate time dimension and has it’s own perception of the civilizational happenings within the city.
The city has it’s own tempo.
From the town’s viewpoint, our world seems rapid. But the town is slow city, it’s eternal. With it’s monumentality the city accentuates it’s strength and longevity in contrast to the passing lives of it’s citizens.
Metaphysical self-portrait of the city is painted through parallel time dimensions: human (individual as well as collective), and it’s own. It is this other dimension that portraits the city as a living organism with a different - almost surreal rhythm.
Cameras and lenses:
Canon 1Ds mk III
Canon 5D mk II
Canon 14 f2.8
Canon 15 f2.8 fisheye
Canon 17 f4 TS
Canon 24 f3.5 TS
Canon 24 f1.4
Canon 35 f1.4
Canon 45 f2.8 TS
Canon 50 f1.2
Canon 85 f1.2
Canon 90 f2.8 TS
Canon 100 f2.8 IS
Canon 300 f2.8 IS
Canon 600 f4 IS
Canon 16-35 f2.8
Canon 24-70 f2.8
Canon 70-200 f2.8 IS
Sigma 12-24 f4.5-5.6
Motorized sliders & heads / Motion control:
Kessler Crane Cineslider 5 feet
Kessler Crane Ultra HD 12 feet
Kessler Crane Shuttlepod
Kessler Crane Revolution head
Kessler Crane Oracle controllers
Advanced timelapse transitions made with LRTimelapse! Thanks Gunther!
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That's it, hope you like it!
Tempest Milky Way won Best Overall and Audience Choice at the 2011 Chronos Film Festival. chronosfilmfestival.com
One of the challenges in making this video, was trying to get good storm with stars shots. The opportunity doesn't come along very often, the storm has to be moving the right speed and the lightning can overexpose the long exposures. I had several opportunities this summer to get storm and star shots. In one instance, within a minute of picking up the camera and dolly, 70mph winds hit. One storm was perfect, it came straight towards the setup, then died right before it reached it.
Extended cut available here dakotalapse.com/2011/08/tempest-milky-way/
At the 1:57 mark a Whitetail buck came in to check out the setup. It was caught on 20 frames, and was there for about 10 minutes. It was only 50 yards from the camera, dolly and light.
At the 3:24 mark, a meteor reflects on the water of the small lake, see still below in Photos. There are also quite a few other meteors in the timelapse.
This was all shot in central South Dakota from June-August.
Canon 5D Mark II for a few shots, Canon 60D and T2i
Canon 16-35, Tokina 11-16
Shot in RAW format. Manual mode, Exposure was 30 seconds on most Milky Way shots, 20-25 on some of the storm shots, ISO 1600 or 3200 F2.8.
I used the Dynamic Perception Stage Zero Dolly on most of the shots as well, it is awesome. dynamicperception.com
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