Nick Fancher is an experienced photographer of fashion, weddings, and men's and women's lifestyle. In 2007, he founded Shutter-Think Photography, specializing in portrait and fine art photography.
His work has been featured in the international publications Photo District News (PDN) and JPG magazines as well as locally in C Magazine and Columbus Alive. His wedding work has received awards from the Wedding Photojournalist Association (WPJA) as well as Bride Magazine and PDN. His art has been featured in ROYGBIV and BoMA galleries.
Andy Newman is a filmmaker specializing in short form documentary, commercial, and fashion videography. His video work has been produced for the US Olympic Committee, The Ohio State University, HOMAGE, JackThreads, and more.
This is my little dream to make a timelapse short clip which is about my city -- Hong Kong .
The whole project lasted around half a year .
At the first step , I found that motion-dolly sells online are quite expensive .
So I started to do researches / build up parts for the 2-axials motion dolly /
assemble them onto the slider / adjust a better accuracy .
It's some kinda troublesome jobs .
But no wonder , the longest part of the project must be taking out those gears ,
sight seeing , setting up the GH2 and waiting for the shots at different spots .
It's a bit hard . But I'd really enjoyed .
Hope you can share me 5mins to share my little dream .
Songs : Radical Face - Welcome Home
Camera : GH2
Lens : Panasonic 14140mm + 25mmF1.4
Pics : Around 30,000 pictures .
Making of the Cosmote & OTE 360° Timefreeze Project at the Olympic Athletic Center of Athens (OAKA). This project gave the opportunity for everyone to make a timefreezed video for free, download it and share it with friends.
It was a 13 day, double event. Twelve days side-event for Cirque du Soleil's - "Alegria" show, sponsored by OTE (Hellenic Telecommunications Organization) and a single day side-event for the Red Hot Chilli Peppers concert sponsored by Cosmote (Greek mobile network operator).
We used 90 Olympus digital cameras in a circular rig, 9 meters in diameter. Approximately 500.000 photos were taken during the 13 days of the two events. A record breaking of 3.000 timefreezed videos were produced!
Since December 2011, I have been helping my friend to produce a video for his company. I ended up going to Central on a daily basis to brainstorm ideas and scope out interesting locations for the film.
I became addicted to the extraordinary contrast of old versus new that surrounded me. The buildings, structures and people around me was inspiring.
With this inspiration I created this short time lapse film called "Evolution". I have tried to capture not only Central but our amazing city of Hong Kong through the concept of change.
While filming Evolution, my gh2 was damaged at the Hong Kong container terminal. It was a total disaster! It made getting the film done a real challenge. Lucky for me, my friend let me borrow his spare 5dII. I was really surprised by the DIY Dolly which handled the movement of the heavy 5dII very smoothly. Mission accomplished.