Canon 60d, 70d, 5ds
Tokina 11-16 mm 2.8
Samyang 8 mm 3.5
Canon 17-55 mm 2.8
Canon 70-200 mm 4L
Canon 16-35 mm 2.8L
Canon TS-E 17 mm 4L
Manfrotto 190 carbon tripod
Adobe After Effects, Lightroom, LRTimelapse
Tuscan cuisine, incredible boutique shopping, and mesmerizing views at every turn, the city of Florence is nothing short of spectacular. Known worldwide as the birthplace of the Renaissance, Florence embodies the spirit of ancient Italy and has managed to preserve it for nearly 700 years. With over 350,000 who call the city home, and nearly 1.5 million who reside in its surrounding metropolitan area, Florence skillfully fuses the past with the present, creating a unique time capsule of ancient aesthetics housed within a hustling, bustling world of modern day Italy.
Containing a wealth of preserved artistic and architectural masterpieces, the city is home to almost one-third of the world’s artistic treasures, according to UNESCO, an organization which designates world heritage sites to preserve the world’s most important cultural locations and artifacts. With a near countless number of art galleries and over 45 museums – including the Uffizi gallery, the world’s best collection of Italian Renaissance art, and the Galleria dell'Accademia, home to the legendary statue of David – it is no wonder why the city captures the hearts and imaginations of all who visit. From the ancient churches and stunning buildings that line the city streets to the priceless artistic masterpieces created by Michelangelo, Botticelli, and Giotto housed within Florence’s galleries, the city is bursting with art and culture.
Florence’s influence can be felt in more than just the world of art. The capital of the region of Tuscany, Florence is the birthplace of the Italian language. It was famed Italian author Dante Alighieri and other writers such as Boccaccio and Petrarca who were the first to begin writing in a language other than Latin. Florence was also the first city in all of Europe to have paved streets. With its rich history and incomparable influence on modern Italian life, Florence certainly changed the way that most view Italy.
Una città che ha mantenuto inalterato il proprio fascino e lo splendore del passato. Così si presenta Firenze, capoluogo della Toscana. Una città incantevole che non smette mai di sorprendere, con i suoi capolavori d’arte, i marmi colorati delle chiese e le architetture che ne rievocano il fasto e il ruolo svolto nello sviluppo della cultura e dell’arte rinascimentale.
Cuore pulsante di Firenze è Piazza del Duomo, con il complesso monumentale della Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore - sormontato dalla maestosa cupola del Brunelleschi -, il Battistero di San Giovanni - magnifico esempio di romanico fiorentino -, il Campanile di Giotto - un capolavoro di architettura gotica fiorentina.
Alle spalle del Duomo sorge il Museo dell’Opera di Santa Maria del Fiore, dove è possibile ammirare una preziosa raccolta di opere provenienti dalla Cattedrale, dal Battistero e dal Campanile.
Piazza della Signoria rappresenta il polo storico della vita civile e ospita la trecentesca Loggia dei Lanzi, la Fontana di Nettuno e il Palazzo della Signoria o Palazzo Vecchio, uno dei monumenti-simbolo della città, davanti al quale sorgono alcune famose statue tra cui una copia del famoso David di Michelangelo.
Accanto alla piazza vi è la maestosa Galleria degli Uffizi, sede di uno dei musei più importanti del mondo, che include opere di Botticelli, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci e molti altri grandi artisti. Elemento architettonico di particolare rilievo della Galleria è il Corridoio Vasariano progettato dal Vasari alla metà del Cinquecento che collega la struttura con Palazzo Vecchio e con Palazzo Pitti.
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Superposition is an experimental short film. “Superposition" is actually the “quantum theory that describes a challenging concept about the nature and behavior of matter and forces at the sub-atomic level. The principle of superposition claims that while we do not know what the state of any object is, it is actually in all possible states simultaneously, as long as we don't look to check. It is the measurement itself that causes the object to be limited to a single possibility”. In the film, the character desires to break that possibility, she experienced it infinitely but the chances of her breaking single possibility are equal to herself. Every time she is born, she becomes conscious all over again and she doesn’t even know who she is and what she has to do. She is part of the environment but she just doesn’t want to be. She lives in pure white and just wants to live in a little bit of grey. However, if you live in a world where the answers are obvious, a little bit of grey can change the whole picture. One day when you look for the place you last put your key, the universe might collapse until you find it.
DIRECTOR / DESIGNER - Enes Özenbaş
MUSİC - Rafael Anton Irisarri - A Fragile Geography - Empire Systems
In September we spent two weeks with five cameras and two sleeping bags in Tenerife to explore the island abroad from all the tourism hotspots, focussing on its nature and lost places.
In 10 days we slept several nights beneath one of the most breathtaking night skies there are in the whole world, visited ghost town, a forgotten village which used to be a leper colony until it was abandoned, and found a lost hotel, which's construction was suddenly stopped in the 70s because the owner was unknown.
We gathered 42.187 shots which kept us over 240 hours busy in post production and take up 1,12 Terra bytes of our hard drives.
With its imposing mountains, endless plateaus and echoing valleys, Norway is a country where nature takes the lead. Using time-lapse, this film attempts to capture the ebb and flow of the seasons and is a result of one year of planning, a second year of shooting and four months of editing.
20,000 kilometers have been travelled, 200,000 photos taken and 20 terabytes worth of hard drives filled. Months have been spent hiking through the mountains, sleeping in tents and travelling through the entire country hunting for the best locations.
SEASONS of NORWAY is shot and edited by Morten Rustad. The video is available in up to 8K resolution (7680*4320 letterboxed).