A nuclear explosion occurs as a result of the rapid release of energy from an intentionally high-speed nuclear reaction. The driving reaction may be nuclear fission, nuclear fusion or a multistage cascading combination of the two, though to date all fusion based weapons have used a fission device to initiate fusion, and a pure fusion weapon remains a hypothetical device.
Atmospheric nuclear explosions are associated with mushroom clouds, although mushroom clouds can occur with large chemical explosions, and it is possible to have an air-burst nuclear explosion without these clouds. Nuclear explosions produce radiation and radioactive debris.
A short documentary film about Lebanon during my 3 day trip through the country. The movie does not contain any spoken word but is accompanied by traditional music. It has been recorded on a Nikon D300s with the use of a 50mm prime, a wide angle and a standard kit lens. Wherever possible I put the camera on a tripod. It contains footage of Beirut, Harissa, Baalbek Ruins and the people of Lebanon. I made this movie to challenge my photography skills and visions in a movie.
When the shells rain in it's easy to pick out the victims from the bad guys. But in the porous borderlands of Lebanon and Syria it's not so black and white as we are often led to believe. Allegiances are formed both keenly and reluctantly straddling both ancient sectarian loyalties and the ruthless pragmatism of the moment.
Meet Nabhan, shot through the penis but ready to finish the Jihad against the tyrant Assad and four year old Omran, 'The Littlest Spy', shot in the leg escaping Homs. In the north young Sunni men shoulder anti-tank mines and hop three-up onto rickety Chinese motorcyles and head into the Syrian hills. In the south of Lebanon Shia civil war veterans tell us they are training their children to fight for Bashar in the wider battle to come.
Borderline Crazy is one man's journey into the often contradictory and confusing Levantine world where one man's liberator is another man's despot and no battle can be viewed separate from history or the agendas of all the world's players. Shot in December 2011-January 2012 in the Lebanese Syrian borders, the hills outside of Homs and the streets of Beirut, the film is a rough cut work in progress. Please call Si Mitchell on +447868 726359 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or further interest.
Egypt HD is a short film exploring the most amazing and exotic locations in Egypt. Our purpose of this video is to show everyone domestic and international the true beauty of this country.
I started this project in September 2012, was working on it on and off, and in November 2012 Zahran joined me and we started shooting since. There are hundred s of location that I could've shot , but due to the country's situation and that the project is funded from my pocket everything was really limited. I am planning to do a Volume two next year, So I hope this message can reach sponsors or producers so we can make a volume two with more advanced gears and show everyone in the world the beauty of Egypt.
Licensing: All of my work is available for licensing under a rights-managed agreement. If you are interested in using any of my images and/or time lapse footage, please visit my website or contact me directly.
Almost all the shots are shot with my 6 foot Dynamicperception.com stage zero.
- 2 Canon 5D mark 2
- 1 Canon 7D
- EF Canon 16-35mm
- EF Canon 24-70mm
- EF Canon70-200 mm
- EF Canon 24-105 mm
- Tokina 11-16mm
St. Catherine mountain
Thanks to :
My lovely wife Salma and daughter Talia
Iman Essam and Taunt Heba