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The Heart Of Glenlivet

“The Heart Of Glenlivet” takes you on a journey through the stunning landscape where one of Scotland’s most favourite whiskies has called home since 1824.

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Vegetime 2 by Davide Vasta

“Tempus Fugit” is a latin metaphor that describes the inexroble passing of time. And nowadays this metaphor is even more actual! People use this phrase during work (hurry up! We need to finish that work!) or simply in life (don’t wait for tomorrow to do something you could do today!)
Time passes and we can’t control it. But is it true?

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Time Waves – Alessandro Petrini

 

This is a journey in my 2 years and a half of timelapsing throughout Italy and Europe. More…

Hunting Light – A Timelapse Journey

From the desert of Morocco to the glaciers of Iceland, from italian landscapes to the fjords of Norway, traveling through Ireland: this timelapse short-film features 18 months of photo travels with FotoCorsi in the constant pursuit of the best light and location.

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Scotland, Outer Hebrides TimeLapse by Kirk Norboury

“Harris & Lewis” takes you on a journey through the breathtaking scenery found on the Outer Hebrides. More…

Casentino Senza Tempo

The ITALIA SENZA TEMPO team landed in Casentino. The park sited between Romagna and Tuscany is the scenario of the last video made by Angelo Chiacchio and Walter Molfese, two young Italian film-makers who have been exploring and capturing some of the most beautiful protected areas in Italy for several years.

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Tarvisiano Hidden Treasure

A project I have dreamed for years is now completed; “Tarvisiano Hidden Treasure” is finally online.

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Positano in Timelapse with ShooTools

Nikon and ShooTools, an evolving species.
The realization of this timelapse only started as a game.

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Central Australia nightscapes in TimeLapse

TimeLapse compilation of more than 10,000 photos taken in Central Australia
(two short segments in South Australia)

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Tarvisiano Hidden Treasure with ShooTools pt2

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.

Day 3 – Mount Acomizza

August 12th. It was 5 p.m. and it was time for a new adventure on my mountains. I choosed a location I had on my bucket list for a long time: mount Acomizza, a particular-shaped mountain on the Italian- Austrian border. More…

Tarvisiano Hidden Treasure with ShooTools pt1

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.

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Moonrise over the observatory

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.

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BEST TIMELAPSE EVER MADE with ShooTools Equipment

Over 10 professional photographers, 

Over 100.000 shots to select the best ones,

Over 5 countries from desert to the north europe.

Extreme condition -15° to +45°

Iceland TimeLape with ShooTools

The timelapse is composed of about 12 000 shots taken with two cameras; Nikon d800 and d700, two lenses Nikkor 14-24 f / 2.8, Nikkor 24-70 f / 2.8, and of course ShooTools Camera Slider with one 80 ShooTools Auto Pan More…

Backstage Video by FotoCorsi – TimeLapse Workshop

Amazing Backstage Video, of 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).

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Bolsena Lake in TimeLapse with Slider ShooTools!

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…

Twofold Nature – Abruzzo Sublime and Beautiful

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.
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Aurora Borealis in TimeLapse with ShooTools

“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…