1. Explore southern New Zealand in a journey from the dry highlands of canterbury to the lush rainforests of the westcoast and the rugged coastlines of the south to the highest peaks of the southern Alps. Captured in incredibly detailed 8K resolution and mastered at 60fps this video is aimed to bring you as close to the scenery as being just on location.
    Within the production-time of 16weeks, 185000 photos have been taken, 8TB of raw-material shot, over 220 hours of time captured, 8000km driven and over 1000 hours have been spent for post-production.
    Visit my website for information about the project:


    Behind The Scenes:
    8K Version:
    Soundtrack: “Waves” - Mattia Cupelli:


    Cameras: Sony A7RII, Sony A7s, Canon 6D
    Lenses: Zeiss Otus 28mm, Canon 11-24mm, Tamron 15-30mm, Zeiss Milvus 35mm, Canon 70-200mm
    Motion-Control: eMotimo Spectrum ST4, customized Dynamic Perception Stage One

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  2. A collection of shots captured in 2016

    Shot on the RED EPIC W

    Aerials shot with
    DJI X5R with Olympus 12 mm, DJI 15 mm MFT and Panasonic 42.5 mm OIS lens.

    Timelapses shot with the Canon 5D Mark III
    Sigma 12-24 f/4 ART
    Sigma 20 f/1,4 ART
    Canon 16-35 f/4 IS
    Canon 24-105 f/4 IS

    Music: Cascade by Mode, Musicbed

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  3. Winter is renowned for being the season of quietness, sleep and cold in the northern hemisphere. Most animals and plants have entered a state of dormancy to pass the harsh conditions. As the Earth revolves around the Sun, it is at its closest, but the slight tilt of our planet is enough to plunge mid and high latitudes into long hours of darkness. Why go outside when you can be warm and comfortable at home? Well because if you don’t you will probably miss many spectacles and displays mother nature has to offer. The wait is no more. Grab your boots, gloves, beanies and warmest clothes, and step into the wonders of the Danish winter nights.

    On the menu: colorful sunsets, scenic frozen landscapes, super moons, aurora borealis, milky way and other winter deep-sky objects. I tried to compile everything in a time-lapse movie to prove how mesmerizing the winter night sky can be, no matter how cold it is outside!

    Most sequences of deep-sky objects like the Andromeda Galaxy and the North-American Nebula have been tracked with iOptron Skytracker to enable great nebulosity detail, in spite of compromising weather conditions (low clouds, haze, fog and due). You might even be able to notice some other remarkable sky phenomena like green flash, moon halo, meteorites, and at 02:32, one of my favorite shots: some swans were foraging in the shallow under the Swan constellation (Cygnus) and the aurora.

    All shots have been recorded from mid-December until now and represent around 10,000 pictures and hours of editing. I used Sony a7r2, Sony a7s and Canon 6D for the shoot. 

Thank you for watching and I hope you enjoyed the marvels of the Danish winter night sky. Don’t hesitate to like, comment, share and of course subscribe to my channel for more videos!

    For more information, you can also find me at:

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  4. Discovery III

    Two years ago I started a journey into timelapse photography and in turn started this series Discovery. Working on this personal project has meant a lot to me. I wanted to push myself in both my creativity but also connect more with the outdoors.

    Discovery III revisits familiar places from the first two films but also many new ones. A journey through the seasons from the lush waterfalls of Oregon to the fall colors of Colorado to remote alpine lakes and even snow covered Eastern Sierras.

    Searching for a song is one of the most difficult things when making a film. You want it to complement the visuals and help move the story along. I settled on a song by Ryan Taubert called “Becoming Human”. The heavy orchestral component and flow of the song lended its self well for the combination of timelapse and aerial video.

    Discovery I:

    Discovery II:

    I hope you enjoy the film and feel free to share!

    Equipment used:

    Sony a7rii + A7s, multiple Sony E-mount Zeiss lenses.
    Motion Control, Emotimo TB3 3-Axis system/ Rhino Motion

    Follow my work:

    Ryan Taubert “Becoming Human”

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  5. The past year has been full of incredible travels around the globe to the most amazing places on earth. We saw an mind-blowing volcanic eruption in Chile, hiked to frozen mountain lakes in Patagonia, traveled through Norway watching the northern lights and the shot on epic mountain peaks in the majestic Italian Alps, the Dolomites.
    Together with the footage from my trip to New Zealand in 2014 I am proud to show you the best Timestorm Films has to offer.
    For licensing check our extended library of cinema-quality 8K and 4K footage here:

    CONTACT (professional inquiries only please):

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    thanks for creating a channel like this! I really like it!
    Check out this:

    In some way it looks like you extracting one earth out of an another. Cloning Earth. Split it apart. Atom for atom. Pixel for pixel. The abstrakt creation of a exact duplicate, a visual method of cloning Earth.

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    Nature near the BTA-6, the biggest optical telescope in Eurasia.


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    Montserrat, Magical lights. Timelapse
    Music: Meditacio. Astralic

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