1. Watch in 4K !!!

    This short video was made during a week spent in Java, Indonesia, driving on my motorbike in east and central Java.

    Unfortunately on a third day my iPhone was stolen,
    so some of a shots (well 2/3 of them) i had to make in a "blind" mode,
    hoping that there will be something worth showing...


    on day 6 gimbal of my DJI Mavic Pro died.
    So the seaside shots were made with uncontrollable (looking down) camera and flying with no visual...

    Still glad that could made something from that tho :)

    Music: Misha Mishenko - hurricane vindur

    Editing: FinalCut Pro X

    Check out my instagram for photos: https://www.instagram.com/antonganja
    Join the adventures: http://buildthetravel.ru

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  2. 'Clearly Coastal’ is a short film that explores Oregon’s rugged and diverse coastline from a unique viewpoint - the air!

    After moving from the Bay Area to Oregon for college, I was excited to see what the Pacific Northwest had to offer. I began spending my weekends at many different locations around the state, but I kept finding myself drawn back to the coast. And I quickly learned why the locals refer to it as “the coast" rather than "the beach.” The Oregon Coast is much more rugged, dangerous, and beautiful than the wide, sandy beaches that I was used to in California. But I loved it. There is something truly magical about this state's coastline - each part of it is different in its own way. Its foggy mountain ranges, historic lighthouses, and towering sea stacks have an allure like no other, and after several outings, I had gathered more UAV footage than I knew what to do with. After some consideration, I decided to make a film specifically about this amazing stretch of coast. This is my first aerial film, and my second short film ever. Please enjoy and let me know your thoughts!

    I would like to give a special thank you to Russell Brown and my parents, who helped kickstart my passion for aerial photography/cinematography. Another thank you to all those who have helped me throughout the 10 month journey this film has taken.

    If you would like to see more of my work, feel free to visit my website or follow me on social media:

    Phantom 3 Pro, Phantom 4 Pro, Mavic Pro

    Soundtrack by Tony Anderson - Dwell

    For inquiries, contact me at taylorgrayphoto@gmail.com

    # vimeo.com/224505602 Uploaded 9,015 Plays 19 Comments
  3. My first time-lapse film. Captured in Austria in the past year.
    Music by Steven Gutheinz "lost time"/musicbed

    Technical: Shot on Nikon D800 | Motion control system: Emotimo Spectrum + Dynamic Perception Slider | Hyperlapse shot on Panasonic GH5 + Zhiyun Crane or handheld | Aerial: Phantom 4 Pro

    For licensing & inquires please contact: stefan_gimpl@hotmail.com
    All shots are available in 5K or more.

    Visit my website: stefangimpl.com

    # vimeo.com/224083730 Uploaded 9,758 Plays 13 Comments
  4. Windy City Nights III is a personal timelapse piece and part of a larger overall project called the “Chicago Timelapse Project” which is a continuation of showcasing Chicago and for a love of night time city photography. One of the things I have always wanted to do was to combine some of my favorite and memorable shots from previous projects and mix them with new shots. This is what you get with Windy City Nights III. It’s a culmination of photography work in Chicago at night for the past 5 years. My focus has always been on the city skyline and the architecture of the buildings. I really enjoy night time photography because it lends itself well to the timelapse technique. With all the movement and lights at night, it really is something special. You can really see the pulse of Chicago at night. My traditional style of photography lends itself well to photographing this amazing city. I have tried to stay true to my style over the years even though different timelapse techniques and technology exists these days. Chicago has a lot to offer with it's unique style and capturing pretty imagery is something I enjoy doing.

    Some of the best moments in making these projects is having the ability to touch people on an emotional level. It’s amazing over the years all the messages I have received about how my work has had an emotional impact on them. It’s always a pleasure to know this, things like this, keep us artists going. I want to give a plug to my business partner at Threaded Films, Ross Gerbasi of Chicago. His early timelapse work in Chicago is what inspired me to get started photographing the city at night. Ross is a talented guy and we have collaborated on numerous projects over the past several years together. Also, thanks to all those Chicagoan's who I have worked with over the years to secure locations for some of these shots. These shots could not have been captured without you all.

    The gear I used in making this is motion control equipment from Kessler Crane and I used Canon 5Ds and 1DX2s paired with Canon Cinema Glass.

    Thank You!

    For more information, please visit:

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  5. Moving Images & Music: Kent Tate. Can a culture that is conceptually linear rather than circular navigate an ever increasing disconnection from the actual world? Can one even retain a sense of place when that place is thrust into a state of perpetual disruption and constant turbulence?

    "Turbulence” is a meditation on various places in the southern Prairies of Canada, places that are part of an ancient Precambrian seabed rebounding from the last ice age. This is a region that 100 years ago had a dynamic range of wildlife, plants, and wetlands supporting various ancient cultures that flourished here for millennia.

    Filmed on Location by Kent Tate: Eastend, Gull Lake, Reed Lake, Regina, & Prairie Dog Town (Grasslands NP) in Saskatchewan + the phantom Canadian Tire store in Medicine Hat, Alberta.

    From 1857 - 1859 John Palliser led an expedition to survey present day southern Saskatchewan & southern Alberta which is occasionally referred to as the "Palliser Triangle." In 1914 Wallace Stegner moved with his family to Eastend, Saskatchewan in the heart of the "Palliser Triangle." At that time, this region was in the midst of a transformation that continues unabated to this day.

    Guy Debord: Society of the Spectacle (1967) "The loss of quality that is so evident at every level of spectacular language, from the objects it glorifies to the behavior it regulates, stems from the basic nature of a production system that shuns reality."

    # vimeo.com/226110218 Uploaded 652 Plays 0 Comments


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