Between the night of December 5 and December 6, 2014 the office of NASA SDO had published some updates in real time about a new massive and extended coronal hole in the sun . This means a high- level of aurora borealis! I was in Iceland for my winter photographic expedition: the spectacle of the Northern Lights that night was incredible . The dancing lights filled the sky.
I'm really proud to present my "Ghosts in the Sky" time-lapse project that collects some of the wonderful northern lights from my recent expedition in Iceland until the unforgettable night of December 5, 2014.
Our story, is the story of the universe. Every piece of everyone, everything you love, everything you hate, and the thing you hold most precious, was assembled by the forces of nature in the first few minutes of the life of the universe. Transformed in the hearts of stars, or created in their fiery deaths. And when you die, those pieces will be returned to the universe in the endless cycle of death and rebirth. What a wonderful thing it is, to be a part of that universe—and what a story, what a majestic story. - Brian Cox, OBE.
Our True Significance is a short timelapse film displaying some of earth's greatest views. Our goal was to show people that no matter how small you feel compared to a mountain, or how trivial you feel when gazing up at the stars, we are all part of the bigger picture, and not mere observers.
After two years in the making and over 12,000 miles travelled, we proudly present Our True Significance. Shot in Tenerife, Italy, France, Scotland, and England.
Our True Significance is the compilation of 2 years of timelapse photography, showcases the different places that James Hollins and Joshua Cole travelled to. Throughout their journey, they encountered many unexpected problems, varying from losing all their footage shot from the summit of El Teide, to being eaten alive by the Mighty Midges in the Scottish Highlands. However, more importantly they had an incredible time and gained numerous memories, which will never be forgotten.
"I can honestly say that without the support from my longest serving friend, Josh, that this film would not have been made. If it's hiking up a mountain in 40C degree heat wearing 30KG backpacks, or being in need of rescue after falling in a swamp, Josh has always been by my side to help me through. Cheers mate!"
If you have any questions about the film, we welcome you to write a comment and look forward to answering any we receive.
We hope you enjoy the film.
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A timelapse journey to the different Buddhist monasteries of Ladakh.
I used a Canon 5D mark ii with a few manual prime lenses for the photos. As for the timelapse controller, I used the eMotimo TB3 black, along with a motorised slider that i managed to put together myself.
For the day to night transitions, the DslrDashboard app controlled the exposure on my camera and LRTimelapse was used to assemble the videos.
Frankie is a city dog. Or at least she was. Her first 5 years were spent living in Melbourne, with her owners, Tilly Ross and Samaan Fieck. Living in an artists warehouse Frankie has had a very social life.
Earlier this year Tilly and Samaan purchased a property in Beech Forest, a small town right in the middle of the Great Otway National Park, Victoria, Australia. We were surprised to see how at home Frankie is in this secluded wilderness. It was so beautiful to watch her exploring the environment with such enthusiasm.