This is some of the timelapse sequences I recorded in Iceland in September of 2013.
Over three weeks we drove nearly 5500km taking more than 40000 photos on the way.
Recorded with Nikon cameras and lenses. Post-processed with LRTimelapse, Adobe Lightroom and Adobe After Effects. Motion control sequences done with a Stage One dolly from Dynamic Perception and a Celestron Skywatcher pan/tilt head.
Thanks to Michael Levy for his excellent photographer's map of Iceland - http://international-photographer.com/en/maps-guides/
'Chasing Time' by Dexter Britain
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El Documental indaga en la breve historia (o «resurgir») de los coches eléctricos que tímidamente empezaron a dejarse ver por las carreteras de California a mediados de los 90. El motivo principal de su puesta en marcha fue la crisis de contaminación atomosférica de aquel estado en 1990 y que dio origen a una orden para impulsar la comercialización de vehículos no contaminantes (ZEV, «Zero Emission Vehicles») que debían suponer el 10% de todos los coches vendidos en 2003 en aquel estado. No utilizaban ni una gota de combustible –no directamente. Pero aquellos coches (de nuevo y la historia se repite) no lo consiguieron: unos pocos años después los EV1 de GM (Vehículos Eléctricos) dejaron de desarrollarse; los que ya había circulando fueron retirados y destruidos, así como que los puntos de recarga que se habían instalado a lo largo de todo el estado.
Exiled from the tropical paradise where they evolved, a tiny population of remarkable stick insects dodged extinction by hiding under a single windswept bush on the world's tallest sea stack for 80 years. Thanks to a dedicated team of scientists they're now living safely in captivity, but when can they go home?
This is the preview of our new film Sticky, a fully animated short documentary about the stick insects from Lord Howe Island. We put this section online for our crowdfunders back in April. The film's finished now, a mighty 20 minutes long, and we plan to get it to a film festival near you in 2014.
Keep in touch with its progress over at facebook.com/StickyShortFilm and if you know of a festival that would be a good fit, do please let us know. We'd love to hear from you.
Hello beautiful people! In a spontaneous yay-filled move inspired by High Five Day we decided to throw open the oven door and show you how Sticky is baking. We do hope you enjoy it so far. Go ahead and share the link with whoever you like, and do please let us know what you think about where it's heading. You lot paid Kristin our cellist and Billy our sound artist, so we hope you both feel and enjoy the special glow that only indie artist supporters get to experience. You have rocked, and you continue to rock, and we thank you.
Narration by Nicholas Carlile, seabird and threatened fauna ecologist at the Department of Environment & Heritage, NSW, and actor in a former life.
The cello music is a piece called Clarity, composed and performed by Kristin Rule and available to purchase and listen to forever and wherever you choose through her website theunconventionalcellist.com
Animation by Jilli Rose, lone animator, always on the hunt for fresh interesting work at jillirose.com