Over 30,000 still images, taken over the course of a year.
Directors Eric Wilson and Matt Moglia traveled to Pyramid Lake Nevada to shoot the annular solar eclipse. They then drove down to Mono Lake California to shoot the Milky Way Galaxy. The resulting shots are this video.
“Weathering Spring – Portland Time-Lapse” is an artistic documentation of the Portland spring using time-lapse photography. It is a culmination of nearly 3 months of work, over 64,000 photos making up 83 different time-lapse clips (about 45 of which made it into the final cut), 800 GB of hard drive space and one very exciting spring season in Portland. The video provides an epic visual roller coaster ride through the city’s stormiest days on into the night displaying glimmering city lights and intense traffic and back into the daylight with those beautiful sunny spring days that lead us into the long awaited pacific northwest summer.
Here my crew and I tackle the enormous task of lighting and photographing the Intercontinental Hotel in Downtown Miami. This behind the scenes takes you from the initial client meetings & location scout to the final shoot and lighting.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could download multiple cards into your Lightroom library simultaneously at the end of a shoot ?! You can!
This video comes in the wake of the invitation to Luciano Rodriguez and Luis Caldevilla, by Miquel Serra-Ricart, manager of the Observatorio del Teide in the Canary Islands Astrophysics Institute, to teach a course on photography timelapse.