I passed some days at the Reunion Island, this is somes pictures i could cath :)
I have chosen a great music from John Williams, i tryed to make my best...
CAMERA : Canon 5DmKII LENS : Canon 50mm f/1.2 - 16-35 mm f/2,8L II USM - 70-300mm f4-5.6L Edit : FCP
Music : John Williams Toy Planes, Home and Hearth (Chopin Mazurka Opus 17, No. 4)
from Empire of The Sun
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Music: M83, "Echoes of Mine" off of 'Hurry Up, We're Dreaming.' Available from Mute Records, EMI Music
Download the song/album here here: itunes.apple.com/us/album/midnight-city
Cinematography, Direction, and Editing by: Colin Rich: facebook.com/colinrich1
A big thanks to Matthews MSE (msegrip.com) especially to Bob Kulesh, Tyler & Ed Phillips for their generous support and patience of this lengthy endeavor. Most of the linear motion control shots were captured using their FloatCam DC Slider, a wonderful piece of engineering for the time lapse world.
'Nightfall' is a three minute tour of light through the City of Angels.
I shot "Nightfall" in an attempt to capture Los Angeles as it transitioned from day to night. As you probably know, LA is an expansive city so shooting it from many different angles was critical. Usually I was able to capture just one shot per day with a lot of driving, exploring, and scouting in between but the times sitting in traffic or a "sketchy" neighborhood often lead to new adventures and interesting places.
Nightfall in particular is my favorite time to shoot time lapse. Capturing the transition from day to night while looking back at the city as the purple shadow of Earth envelopes the eastern skyline and the warm distant twinkling halogen lights spark to life and give the fading sun a run for her money- this will never grow old or boring to me.
In this piece, it was important to me for the shots to both capture and accentuate the movement of light through the day and night and the use of multiple motion control techniques allowed me to do so.
I hope you enjoy watching it as much as I enjoyed creating it.
An English translation of the lyrics-
"It is late. I am looking for my other home, taking an unfamiliar path: a small trail near the factories and the city, cutting through the forest. I can barely see nature when suddenly, night falls. I am engulfed by a world of silence, yet I am not afraid. I fall asleep for a few minutes at the most, and when I wake up, the sun is there and the forest is shining with a bright light.
I recognize this forest. It is not an ordinary forest, it is a forest of memories. My memories. The white and noisy river, my adolescence. The tall trees, the men I have loved. The birds in flight, and in the distance, my lost father.
My memories aren't memories anymore. They are there, with me, dancing and embracing, singing and smiling at me.
I look at my hands. I caress my face, and I am 20 years old. And I love like I have never loved before."
This summer I traveled to Easter Island to shoot a program for Nova/National Geographic. These are some timelapses I did with my DSLR while there. Cheers.
Known in the local tongue as Rapa Nui, Easter Island presents an overwhelming mystery. It’s the world’s most remote inhabited island, and the famous Moai statues— over 800 of them, some weighing 80 tons, others standing 30 feet tall— dot its surface. Despite years of study, no one knows definitively where they came from or why they were made. Only the mystery is certain.
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Directors | Tyler Jones & Mark Slagle
Featuring | Tyler Phillips
Cinematographers | Tyler Jones & Mark Slagle
Editor | Tyler Jones
Music | "Dovadeer" by Adventure the Great & "Go Easy Little Doves, I'll Be Fine" by Brooke Waggoner