Fourteen months and about 40.000 photographies after my first Flowers Opening Timelapse, my second flowers work has arrived. You can see here a lot of different species of flowers, from the common Lilium to the strange Tigridia, which I took from Holland. Special thanks to Roger Subirana (rogersubirana.com/), who is accompanying my images again with his fantastic music.
Here is my web, where you can see more timelapses and photographies: daviddelossan.com/
You can follow me on twitter: http://twitter.com/DaviddelosSan
If you want to license any of my images or videos (available in 4K), contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Catorce meses y 40.000 fotografías después de mi primer Flowers Opening Timelapse, llega mi segundo timelapse sobre flores. Podréis ver muchos tipos diferentes de flores, desde la común Lillium hasta la extraña Tigridia, traída desde Holanda. Muchas gracias a Roger Subirana (rogersubirana.com/) que una vez más acompaña mi timelapse con su espectacular música.
Aquí tenéis mi web, donde podréis ver más timelapses y fotografías: daviddelossan.com/
Podéis seguirme en twitter: http://twitter.com/DaviddelosSan
Si queréis licenciar alguna de mis imágenes (disponibles en 4K) podéis escribirme a email@example.com
Set off on a 1650Km north to south journey: capturing the best wonders of Vietnam: Hanoi ancient quarter, the breathtaking Halong Bay, the claustrophobic caves in Trang An, the glamorous fabric merchants in Hoi An, the secret temples inside the marble mountain in Da Nang, the historical old capital Hue, the wet and tropical mekong delta and the white sandy beaches at Phu Quoc.
OFFICIAL SELECTION - 2016 Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival
Directed and edited by: Oliver Astrologo
Music: Passerby - Max LL - Licensed on MusicBed - Final Mix-Down by Massimo Diggio
Thanks to: Simone, Valeria, Chiara, Nils, Federico and everyone who helped me create this video.
I have received so many messages asking for details on how I produce my videos.
I put down this short piece: oliverastrologo.com/videotips this explains few techniques I have been using and includes a list of equipment. Don't hesitate to write to me if you need further details or have any recommendation.
Gear (Find a comprensive list of my equipment here: oliverastrologo.com/gear)
Sony A7ii @ 1080 50p PP7 (Exposed in S-Log2)
Video Stabilization: Nebula 4000
If you've got four minutes, I'd love to give you a timelapse tour of all of the most visually stunning places California has to offer, filmed over four years, from coastline to mountains to deserts, from cities to agriculture to national parks.
California is the most populated state in the United States, and the third largest. It's almost double the size of the United Kingdom and slightly larger than Japan. If it was it's own independent country (as it was briefly for a few weeks in 1846), it would have the 8th largest economy in the world by GDP. It contains the highest summit and the lowest desert in the Contiguous United States (and the second-lowest point in the world), both of which are in the same county. It's most known for movies, technology, wine, and national parks, but also grows more than a third of the vegetables consumed in the US, two-thirds of the fruits and nuts, and an unknown but presumably huge percentage of marijuana. It contains every major climatological biome except tundra. More important than those facts, to me, is that I was born and spent most of my life here.
The average clip took 1-3 hours to film and another 3-10 hours to edit. Several cuts are from clips more than 24 hours long. I shot 423 clips over four years to make this, but the majority of the 67 clips ultimately used were shot in the last 12 months.
The music is "Intense Rocks" by Sebastian Watzinger, licensed from Audiosocket.
If you'd like some background on my process, I did an interview with Fstoppers, where I discuss technical details, cameras used, and workflow: http://bit.ly/1wfrWPo
Timelapse slider dolly by Dynamic Perception: http://bit.ly/1pci4QI
Most of the individual clips are available for license via Getty Images. Many of them feature in the Magic Window timelapse screensaver for Mac. Links are now at the top.
(If you got this far down, thank you! I'd like to add that I'm available for hire. I specialize in still photography and timelapse photography for travel, architecture, and industry.)
Full list of locations used:
Death Valley National Park
Inyo National Forest
Mono Lake South Tufa Reserve
San Luis Obispo
Sequoia National Forest
Yosemite National Park