This video is a labor of love for me. I first got the idea to do a time lapse in North Cyprus 3 years ago during a visit over Christmas Break. Since then, I have been capturing footage on every visit. It took me this long to get enough footage to be able to create this video.
Autumn is, together with Winter, the season I prefer. Its colours, as well as its foggy days, make it fascinating and picturesque. In dull Autumn days I like spending my time in the mountains hoping to climb up the clouds that look like the waves of the sea. Very weird situations to find. It took a lot of sacrifices and patience: sometimes the conditions seemed to be good but, often, the fog was too high.
This timelapse short film tells “The Autumn in my Mountains”: colours, fogs, snow.. A two-year shooting, more than 40000 RAWs shot.
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"Autumn in my Mountains" is copyrighted. Some of my clips are available up to 4K (3840x2160) resolution, other only in Full HD (1920x1080) resolution. If you are interested in using any of my images and/or time lapse footage, please visit my website, my Nimia page app.nimia.com/profile/gabri.prato or contact me directly.
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This is a time lapse, or a time travel of the breathtaking and scenic Arctic Norway by the photographer Fatih M Sahbaz. Behind the video there are tens of thousands of shots that were made over a course of a 4-month-travel in different parts of the North Norway. Mainly Nordland and highlighting the wonderful Lofoten Islands.
For licensing, cooperation, booking or any related concern, contact the photographer via fatihmsahbaz.com
WHO'S AFRAID OF ..... RED, YELLOW AND BLUE? Or grasshoppers, ants and wasps. Am I afraid? You......?
Inspired by the sounddesign 'The Cracked Wormhole' of ferrie=differentieel, I made this video 'WHO'S AFRAID OF.....'.
Between heaven and earth exists all living things. Natural forces like light, wind, heat, cold, and water shape our existence just as they have the breathtaking landscapes in China's Zhangjiajie National Forest.
During rainy season, the moisture turns into fog which flows among the rock formations as if islands of rock and trees were floating in a sea of clouds. And light rain won't do it. You need a downpour. Then, you need to be fast, as the fog doesn't stay around for very long. The right conditions don't happen often but when it does, it is an amazing sight to behold.
I was lucky to have been able to shoot these conditions for a week. However, the adventure starts before hand. Getting here isn't easy, which is why I didn't see many westerners. It takes an overnight train to get to the closest city, then another 2-3hr drive to the entrance of the park. From there it is an hour or more to get close to the locations. A lot of preparation, luck and patience!