On my last trip to Italy i found out that Rome has besides its well known cultural heritage a really big street art scene.
Actually my first idea was making a documentary, but due the lack of time i came with the idea just to shoot as much as i can and play with hyperlapse and editing techniques which i always found really interesting, but never had the opportunity to try it myself.
Fortunately i found the amazing app called "Street Art Rome" which helped me to navigate through Rome to find all the beautiful pieces, even when it wasn't possible to capture all of them.
Most of the pieces are made in suburbs of Rome which you're normally not entering in your usual Rome trip.
To raise interest in these less known neighborhoods, the city invited local and international street art artists to make them look more friendly and interesting.
So if you are done with visiting the Colosseum and the Trevi Fountain take a walk through the other quarters of rome. Don't miss Tor Pignatarra, Tor Sapienza, Ostiense, San Basilio, Garbatella, Quadraro, Tor Marancia, Pigneto, San Lorenzo
A short video about adventuring around the state of Oregon.
This is combined footage of timelapses I've been collecting for a couple years and aerial and ground video I've shot this past fall. The video travels from the Columbia Gorge to Smith Rock and the Alvord Desert and up to Mt. Hood and finally out to the coast.
Song: Mirror Maru by Cashmere Cat
Canon 5D MIII
Emotimo TB3 pan/tilt head
Dynamic Perception stage zero
DJI Phantom 3 Pro
Aerial and Timelapse clips are available for licensing in 4K.
MTJP | Acadia is the culmination of several weeks spent exploring Acadia National Park during peak fall color. This film is, in part, a celebration of Acadia's upcoming centennial. It is dedicated to George Dorr. Sculpted by Glaciers and landscaped by beavers, Acadia is full of wonderfully unique features. Rounded mountains, tranquil ponds, rocky coastline, & some of the most beautiful trails in the world comprise this marvelous wonder. This film was shot entirely in 4K.
Thanks to Alpine Labs for their Radian & Michron Motion Time Lapse Devices, an essential piece of equipment in the making of this video. All of the rotating shots in this video are thanks to Radian: alpinelaboratories.com/zion
Thanks to Sea Raven Media: searavenmedia.com
Thanks to Chris Walker
Artist: Dexter Britain
Track: Light Bridges
Album: Light of Life
Here are a few fun statistics from our trip:
Crew Members: 3
Time: 15 days
Digital Memory: 1.1TB
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"One can't paint New York as it is, but rather as it is felt." -Georgia O'Keeffe
Even with all the changes throughout the years, New York remains a classic American city that will forever be timeless. It is frozen in an era long gone, in an time where big band jazz and swing ruled the night and when it became world renowned as the city that never sleeps. It’s a city that never stops moving and never stops changing, but it is a place that will never loose its essential character.
Neon lights and LCD screens may have replaced the older look of places like Times Square, but it’s history is still alive today and its style has never died. While new buildings with modern looks continue to be built, the classic architecture of the Empire State and Chrysler Buildings, the historic Brooklyn Bridge and so many other locations has helped New York maintain its timeless look and feel. It is a place that has become the epitome of the melting pot that is America and has earned the nickname The Empire City. No other city in the world has quite the same feel as New York and no city has been as able to retain its unique character through decades of change.
For me, the look and feel of New York is best captured in Woody Allen’s classic film “Manhattan” (A film that if you have never watched, I suggest you rent or download right away). The black-and-white feel that he uses, perfectly captures New York City in Allen’s 1979 masterpiece. It is the classic Metropolis of the old Superman films — Batman’s original Gotham.
In this time-lapse film, I worked to photograph the look and feel of a time long gone — blend the old style of New York with the more modern changes that have become interwoven with the city's true essence. Join me as we go back in time to the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s to a grittier and glamorous New York that can only be captured in black-and-white.
I hope you enjoy this look back at the classic Big Apple and see why it is one of the world’s greatest cities.