Jebel is the first installment of a larger project. Jebel Shams is The Sultanate of Oman's tallest mountain which is the main focus of this landscape project. I wanted to show the beauty of this little known landscape that makes up this part of the arab world. Traveling here is amazing, but being able to live here for some time has allowed me to record the unique beauty of the country.
Oman is blessed with clear skies for the most part which leads to great time lapse opportunities, although it's a constant fight with light pollution. While the rest of the country is on fire for most of the year with temperatures above 40˚ C the cooler temperatures atop the Jebels (mountains) are our sanctuaries.
Time Lapse and Video By: Skyler Burt
Music: Call to Prayer by Paul Avgerinos / Getty Images
Please watch this Melbourne timelapse in HD with sound :)
In Melbourne we have a saying "If you don't like the weather, just wait a moment..."
I love this great city, you never know what to wear,
but making this timelapse and getting rained on five times a day was pretty fun.
I wonder if you guys can tell all the places in this video... :)
A project at Deakin University in Melbourne, shot mostly on Canon 5D mark iii with a Canon 14mm f2.8 lens.
Movement in the timelapses done using the Kessler CineSlider and the Oracle Controller.
This was shot around Melbourne Australia, using my Canon 60D and the Dynamic Perception Stage Zero camera dolly. I've had this dolly for a while now but this project has really let me give it a good run, and its great.
Canon 70-200mm 2.8 IS
Stage Zero Dolly
Music: Vincent Tone "Astronaut"
All photos taken on location in Melbourne by myself, John Savage