Tarvisiano Hidden Treasure is a timelapse project about a small mountain area called Tarvisiano, located in the North-East of Italy, on the Slovenian and Austrian border. Even if this hidden region is unknown to most people, it encases wonderful lakes, amazing mountains, big waterfalls and untouched nature.
A short film realised by the Italian Filmmaker Giovanni Antico for the Astronomical Observatory of the Autonomous Region of the Aosta Valley. It gives a glimpse of its instruments and activities, from a typical guided visit for the public to scientific research.
This is a trailer with more than 6.000 shots made with Nikon D3s, Nikon D700 just for one sequence, Nikon D800E and with D4s but just some sequnces of the final version, and of course with a ShooTools Camera Slider One 150 and some Manfrotto/Gitzo tripods, it will take more than one year to be complete. More…
The first edition of the workshop Dolomiti Timelapse di FotoCorsi was held on 25 to September 28, 2014 in the beautiful Val di Fassa (Italy).
The main purpose of the workshop was to teach the best techniques for shooting and post-production to create a timelapse video of professional quality.
This project took almost one year to complete and more than 50.000 shots, mostly with two Nikon cameras, D600 and D7000, and ShooTools Camera Slider One. I used wide angle lenses with a very fast aperture (Nikkor 14-24 f/2.8, Tamron 24-70 f/2.8, Samyang 24 f/1.4, Sigma 10-20 f/4-5.6) and a couple of longer lenses (Nikkor 50 f/1.4 MF and 105 f/2).In some of the sequences I used a B+W ND110 filter to get a smooth water.
The biggest risk you run during the shooting of a video clip in a forest is to be obvious and to propose something already seen. Trying not to be completely didactic I decided to use different shots and different camera movements in this way i would be able to keep a little rhythm during editing.
We decided to create a series of videorecipes in order to promote De Longhi’s new product.
For our creative proposition we used a minimal scenography with a main angle of shot, the plongè; we chose not to show the chef, but just her hands working on the main steps of the preparation.
“The Aurora Borealis and the unique scenery of Iceland captured in a mesmerizing way, where the amazing Auroras tell the story.” The wonders of the Aurora s are difficult to experience, normally only visible in arctic regions and at the Antartica. Now they are at your fingerti ps! In this up – coming film the Aurora Borealis and the unique s cenery of Iceland are captured in a mesmerizing way. More…
“I thought I’d upload a short Showreel of some of my timelapse photography I’ve done over the last year. The video is quite short as I didn’t want to put too much footage into it as I will be showing it next year when I release my film on the Scotland’s beautiful Galloway Forest. Most of the footage was taken in the Galloway Forest and surrounding areas but I’ve also added a few shots from trip to Iceland in May.”
The Time Lapse techniques, by using interval picture capture, makes it easy to compress the time of common events from their realtime to seconds. The rapid growth of a flower; the sky from sunrise to sunset; a building being built over months, the only limit is the human creativity! By adding fast camera motion during time lapse it is also possible to obtain hyper lapses.