"Tempestuous Skies" is a 4-minute film depicting a typical stormy day in Tornado Alley from sunrise to midnight. I photographed the material during 2015 on DCI 4K using my Sony PXW-FS7 with mostly Canon L lenses and a Metabones Speedbooster.
Aerials were shot on a DJI Inspire by Mikon Haaksman and on a Phantom 3 by my 14-year old son Matthew Lisius.
The music is titled "Ascending" by Allegory Music.
A portion of the footage is available for licensing on 4K or HD through StormStock (stormstock.com).
Sony PXW-FS7 (amzn.to/2gKcEzP)
Canon 24-105 f4.0 (amzn.to/2gGqHKF)
Canon 70-200 f4.0 (amzn.to/2gJ4sB2)
Metabones Speed Booster Ultra Adapter for Canon EF to Sony E-Mount (amzn.to/2gGhtOc)
Kessler Quick Release (amzn.to/2fLDzur)
Sachtler Video 25 Plus Fluid Head (amzn.to/2gkOqzb)
Shape Sony FS7 Rig (amzn.to/2gKdfl4)
Zacuto Bluestar Eyepiece Chamois (amzn.to/2gVt9gK)
Zero Motion Control Time-lapse Dolly 6-foot Bundle (amzn.to/2gGpdjn)
DJI Phantom 3 Pro (amzn.to/2gKLE3l)
Martin Lisius is a producer, director and cinematographer at Prairie Pictures, Inc. (prairiepictures.com). He is the founder of StormStock, a collection of weather and climate footage he founded in 1993 (stormstock.com). Full bio at linkedin.com/in/martinlisius