1. Lights Over Lapland the Aurora Borealis Experience is a project that I have been working on for the last three years. The video was created using DSLR cameras and a time-lapse technique that required thousands of hours to produce. The opportunity to spend so much time in such an incredible environment capturing this phenomenon has been one of the most amazing experiences of my life.

    If you would like to experience the magic of the aurora borealis in person please visit lightsoverlapland.com and book your place on one of our aurora expeditions while we still have spaces available.

    I would like to thank our editor Tom Malkowicz (Thomas Malkowicz) for his contribution and creative assistance. Without his help this film would not have been possible. I would also like to thank my wife Linnea. Her patience, and willingness to allow me to follow my dreams have been the driving force behind this film.

    All of the images in the film were captured in Abisko National Park, Sweden.


    Where will you be when the solar maximum arrives?

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  2. Mountain peaks, clouds, mist and starry sky of the Tekapo International Dark Sky Reserve in motion.

    I am very happy we made Lake Tekapo on South Island of New Zealand our winter holiday destination. Of course it had to be around the New Moon and I hoped for some clear nights. The weather was good and I had two cameras clicking away during six nights.

    One lucky night the fog descended on the valley but Mt. John remained above it. The lights of Lake Tekapo village and passing cars under the blanket of fog made for a very cool foreground. I think I like it even better than Aurora. Warm thanks to the University of Canterbury for letting me use the Mt. John Observatory grounds.

    Matariki (the Māori name for the Pleiades) eluded me due to clouds, full memory card or flat battery until the very last morning at the Church of Good Shepherd. Even then it looked like the fog thickened just before Matariki rose but it cleared up just in time when Jupiter and Venus joined the show.

    I hope you enjoy watching this short film as much as I enjoyed making it.

    Alex Cherney

    Music: ambient symphony by zero-project.gr

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  3. Melancholia is a time-lapse shortfilm shot in Iceland during the summer solstice of 2013, using modified infrared Sony DSLR camera.
    During 12 days I explored and photographed both the South Coast and the Snæfellsnes peninsula, looking for the best scenes to represent in infrared.
    Direct sunlight, green grass and blue skies are a must in infrared photography, and are even better if combined, something not easy to find in Iceland.
    I want to thank Quique Touriño for helping me in the hard process of developing the infrared pictures.

    Shot with Sony A65 + Zeiss 16-35mm + Sony 70-200mm
    Motorized slider by Kietacam. kietacam.com

    Music by Ólafur Arnalds. Please support this amazing Icelandic artist at: olafurarnalds.com


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  4. Enrique Pacheco is a cinematographer specialized in travel. He is world renowned for his time-lapse technique. His videos capture and embody the beauty of remote and hidden places as well as urban landscapes. This time Enrique shows us his more personal side, putting himself in front of the camera. Explaining the roots of his work and what motivates him to carry on moving forward.

    Directed by / Enrique Pacheco: enriquepacheco.com
    Music by / The American Dollar: theamericandollar.info
    Cinematography / Macgregor: blackmilk.eu
    Edited by / Jota Aronak: jotaaronak.com
    Sound by / Ross Curry: facebook.com/rosscurry
    Thanks to : Barbro Rakos, Basti Jean, Quique Arias, J.F Calero.


    Enrique Pacheco es un videografo especializado en viajes y un referente mundial en la técnica de Timelapse. Sus videos nos han mostrado la belleza que habita en lugares remotos y ocultos por todo el planeta... o a la vuelta de la esquina, en las grandes urbes. En esta ocasión Enrique nos sorprende mostrando su lado más personal, poniéndose delante de la cámara para convertirse en el protagonista de la historia, para explicar las motivaciones y sensaciones que le mueven a continuar hacia adelante, la raíz misma de su trabajo: una forma de vida.


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  5. Aurora Borealis are a natural light phenomena that can be seen specially in the Earth Poles. The North Pole ones are called Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights, while the South Pole are Aurora Australis or Southern Lights. They appear because of a collision from the particles that form the sun wind against the magnetic fields of the Earth.
    The scene of this video is Iceland, a place with amazing landscapes at any time of the year, but it's in winter when this country attracts the most attention because of the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights.

    Enrique Pacheco has made this video during many personal expeditions and workshops in Iceland from the last three years. Enrique Pacheco is an expert in Iceland landscape and Aurora Borealis shooting, with more than 12 successful trips. If you are interested in travel to Iceland and live this unique experience, Enrique Pacheco offers workshops, in which you'll learn the time-lapse technique, improve your photography skills and enjoy the amazing phenomena of the Aurora Borealis. enriquepacheco.com/workshop-aurora-borealis-in-iceland

    This video has been made with the time-lapse technique, using DSLR cameras to capture consecutive pictures and then put them together. Most of the shots have 10 and 20 seconds of exposition in between, were shot with wide lenses and with the maximum aperture. ISO 1600 and 3200 are the main ones.

    The equipment that Enrique Pacheco used was Sony a99 and Zeiss 16-35 f2.8 for most of the shots, sometimes also Sony RX1.

    Enrique Pacheco has had the participation of Péter Nánási (peternanasi.com) as music composer. Péter has created an amazing music piece, exclusive for this video.
    Special gratitude to Péter, as well as to Sony and Kietacam, Enrique Pacheco's sponsors.


    Las Auroras Boreales son un fenómeno natural en forma lumínica que puede verse principalmente en los polos de la tierra, llamándose Boreales las que se producen en el polo norte y Australes en el polo sur. Su aparición se debe al choque contra los campos magnéticos de la tierra de las partículas que componen el viento solar.
    Islandia es el escenario de este video, es un lugar de paisajes increíbles en cualquier época del año, pero es en invierno cuando este país cobra gran protagonismo gracias a las Auroras Boreales.

    Enrique Pacheco ha realizado este video durante las numerosas expediciones personales y workshops que ha desarrollado en Islandia en los últimos tres años. Enrique Pacheco es un experto en el paisaje Islandés y en la captura de Auroras Boreales, con más de 12 viajes con éxito. Si estás interesado en viajar a Islandia y vivir esta experiencia, Enrique ofrece talleres, en los que además de aprender la técnica time-lapse y mejorar tus dotes de fotografía, podrás disfrutar del impresionante fenómeno de las Auroras Boreales. enriquepacheco.com/workshop-aurora-borealis-in-iceland

    Este video ha sido realizado con la técnica de time-lapse, es decir, utilizando cámaras DSLR para la captura de fotografías fijas consecutivas. En la mayoría de los planos las tomas tienen entre 10 y 20s de exposición, y fueron tomadas con ópticas angulares y a máxima apertura. Utilizando casi siempre ISO 1600 o 3200.

    El equipo utilizado ha sido Sony a99 y Zeiss 16-35 f2.8 en la mayoría de las tomas, así como Sony RX1 para algunos planos.
    Para este video Enrique Pacheco ha contado con la participación especial de Péter Nánási (peternanasi.com) como compositor. Peter ha creado una magnífica pieza musical, exclusiva para este video.
    Agradecimientos especiales tanto a Péter como a Sony y Kietacam, patrocinadores de Enrique Pacheco.


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    // or you can contact the media department: media@enriquepacheco.com

    (please only professional enquires, high quality footage is not for free)

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