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  1. Director Amon Barker grew up exploring the mountains, valleys, and desserts of New Mexico and developed a passion for the outdoors. He was drawn to photography in order to share his experiences with the landscape. Along the way he met others with a similar connection to the environment even when living very different lives.

    When we came up with the concept for the Human Nature short it was very simple. We wanted to create powerful images of the natural world that would remind viewers of their connection to the land and it's personal meaning to them. We hit the road on a series of production road trips and the story of the edit unfolded through our journey. None of us will forgot the moments along the way.

    View more by visiting: apresvisuals.com
    License our work at: app.nimia.com/profile/apresvisuals/

    Full Credits
    Director: Amon Barker
    Production: Après Visuals, Amon Barker, Karissa Tuthill
    Cinematography: Amon Barker, Tim Barker, Brian Morrison
    Talent: Demi Petersen
    Editor: Amon Barker
    Original Music: Madelaine German, Adam Schmidt
    Sound Design: Scotty Beam, Cleod9 Music
    Titles: Eric Bucy, Kailey Tuthill, Scott Sutton

    # vimeo.com/160685195 Uploaded 60.3K Plays 24 Comments
  2. The first video of my Dolomites timelapse series featuring the beautiful mountains of northern Italy changing over the seasons. Winter is a tough time for shooting in high alpine environments over longer periods. Both for equipment and people. Though it provides a wonderful quiet when all the people return to the valleys for the night and you are the only one left on the mountain.
    Please like my Facebook page: facebook.com/TimestormFilms
    Website: timestormfilms.com

    Cameras: Sony A7RII, Sony A7s, Canon 6D
    Lenses: Canon 11-24mm f4, Zeiss Milvus 35mm f2, Canon 70-200mm f4, Canon 24-105mm
    Motion control: DP Stage Zero, rehoused eMotimo TB3 hardware, MDKv5 Pan/Tilt head

    footage is available for licensing in 4K and 8K UHD.
    Soundtrack: "Declaration" by Ryan Taubert

    # vimeo.com/163996646 Uploaded 46K Plays 42 Comments
  3. "Awakening," is my first major film that I've worked on and is very special to me. I was first introduced to photography when I was 14, during a two week backpacking trip in Colorado. I picked up timelapse shortly after, and have spent the last two summers timelapsing from the high peaks of the Colorado Rockies to the steamy geysers in Yellowstone National Park. It was in these places where my passion for photography and timelapse was 'awakened.’ My discovery of photography has changed my view on the world around me and has allowed me to see and do many incredible things. Roughly 20,000 photos have gone into this film, and after months of filming, traveling, and editing, I am happy to be able to share my project with you.

    Connect with me through social media!
    taylorgray.photo
    instagram.com/taylorgrayphoto
    facebook.com/taylorgrayvisuals
    Snapchat: Taylor_Gray16

    You can find some behind the scenes shots and stills at travel.resourcemagonline.com/2016/04/time-lapse-film-shows-a-young-photographers-passion-for-nature/6924/

    Gear:
    Nikon D7000
    Nikon D5100
    Induro Tripods
    Dynamic Perception Stage One Slider
    Stage R pan/tilt units

    Music licensed from Tony Anderson
    tonyandersonmusic.com

    # vimeo.com/163956858 Uploaded 16.1K Plays 22 Comments
  4. From the beauty of the milky way to mighty mountains, charming landscapes, dreamy rivers, spectacular fireworks and pulsing cityscapes - Nature.Urban.Lights takes you on a journey to some of the most beautiful and spectacular places in the Region of Bern/Switzerland.

    This compilation shows some of my personal highlights from the past 3 years as a Timelapse Photographer.

    All content can be licensed for commercial use. Please contact via Email hello@shotup.ch

    Scroll down for a full list of all locations.

    MUSIC
    Generdyn - In The Spirit (licensed through themusicbed.com)

    GEAR LIST:
    - Canon 5D Mark III
    - Canon 5D Mark II
    - Canon 7D

    - Kessler CineDrive Digital Motion Control System
    - Kessler Oracle Analog Motion Control System
    - Kessler 5' CineSlider
    - Kessler 3' Philip Bloom Pocket Dolly

    LOCATIONS (in order of appearance)
    - Interlaken
    - Oberaarsee (2x)
    - Schallenberg
    - Italy
    - Schallenberg
    - Gurnigel
    - Gurten
    - Belpberg
    - Gurnigel (2x)
    - Gurzelen
    - Gurnigel (2x)
    - Grimsel
    - Mühlebach (4x)
    - Gurten
    - Schwarzsee
    - Lauenensee
    - Merligen (2x)
    - Spiez
    - Merligen (4x)
    - Bern Münster (2x)
    - Bern Nydeggbrücke
    - Bern Altstadt (2x)
    - Zentrum Paul Klee
    - Köniz/Liebefeld
    - Bern
    - Cressier (2x)
    - Postfinance Arena
    - Bümpliz
    - Wankdorf
    - Thunersee
    - Cressier
    - Oberaarsee (2x)
    - Gurnigel (2x)
    - Chasseral (5x)

    # vimeo.com/164892581 Uploaded 10K Plays 10 Comments
  5. “Te Waipounamu” in Māori language, which means South Island. Here are some timelapses I shot all around in South Island, New Zealand throughout the year of 2015.

    Throughout my one year working holiday experience in New Zealand, I work and travel, meanwhile researching and scouting for landscape scenery locations to be recorded in this video. Being born in Malaysia, I only experienced Summer all year. The biggest challenge for me during this video shooting is the rapid changing weather. I spent many nights sleeping in the wild/mountains to get myself familiar with the environment in order to create this video. I hike with heavy equipment through dangerous areas and spend time camping in unbearable freezing cold situation with frozen tripod, dolly and camera in subzero condition. One night, the mist arrived unexpectedly while I was shooting in Nevis Valley and I lost sight on the camera location. I was actually just resting in my car few hundred yards away waiting for the time lapse shooting to finish. The most significant encounter was the wind. I never expect that I could meet sand storm in a beach and it literally fully filled up my dolly and tripod with sands, which took me few hours to clean. The strongest breeze was a night at Mount Cook, it blew down the camera which I set on tripod. The housing of the camera ripped off and a replacement housing was needed. That was the most saddening moment and I still have to hike 2 hours to reach my car. After all, It is always a new and exciting adventure!

    A special thanks to my girlfriend Gemma who had unconditionally supported me and accompanied to the most places. Thanks for always by my side no matter how challenging the way or how harsh weather had been.

    I hope you all enjoy this short timelapse.

    GEAR LIST:
    - Canon 6D
    - Sony Alpha A7S
    - Sony Alpha A7R
    - Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM Lens
    - Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM Lens
    - Sigma 20mm f/1.8 EX DG RF
    - Samyang 14mm f/2.8 IF ED UMC
    - Commlite AF Canon EF to Sony E-Mount Adapter
    - Fotodiox Vizelex ND Throttle Lens Mount Adapter
    - Timelapse+ Intervalometer
    - LEE Filters System
    - Manfrotto 055XPROB Tripod x 2
    - Goal Zero Sherpa 50
    - Dynamic Perception Stage One Dolly System

    Music, Used With Permission
    Infinity - One Hundred Years
    Licensed through musicbed.com

    # vimeo.com/165692898 Uploaded 11.2K Plays 37 Comments

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