“Nimbus – The Quiet Sky” is a Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film Of Clouds Directed By Jim Bailey.
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Jim Bailey
Music Composed and Performed by: Mazzy Star (“Into Dust”)
“This first video is from the perspective of simple cloud watching. Unlike parts 2 and 3, in this video there is no need for an umbrella or storm shelter, no need to run for the car, no reason not to have another glass of wine. Just lie there on the grass and enjoy watching the clouds as they scurry about their business.
All but two sequences were filmed within 5 miles of my home in Bentonville, AR, many from my front yard. The other two were filmed in SW Missouri.”
“House Of Clouds” is a Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film on Hawaiian islands of Oahu and Maui, including Haleakalā (House of the Sun), Directed By Julian Tryba.
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Julian Tryba
Music Composed by: Shaun Taylor McManus (“The Last Stand”)
“This film was shot in two weeks (Dec ’13) on the Hawaiian islands of Oahu and Maui. Many of the timelapses were taken on Haleakalā (House of the Sun), which is a 10,000ft tall dormant volcano. The volcano is a timelapse photographers dream; the climate is in constant flux and the landscape is absolutely breathtaking. I often spent 12 to 15 hours on the mountain watching the clouds and photographing them. ”
“Seen By My Eyes” is a Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film Of Hong Kong Directed By Francis So,
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Francis So
Music Composed by: Sleeping at Last (“Saturn”)
“Over the past year, I have been to places away from the hustle and bustle city and taken pictures of Hong Kong’s natural scenery, the pure, natural side of Hong Kong. These thousands of pictures have been turned into this time lapse video. I want to show that we can still find these amazing natural scenery such as sunrise, sunset, starry nights and even clouds in our Hong Kong. Sadly, upon the increasing demands of urban developments, it would be a question of seeing such beautiful natural scenery of Hong Kong in the future.
Just as the lead-in “What is depleting is not the shutter but time” of my recent publication “The Beautiful Hong Kong Seen by Me” says, I won’t mind killing the shutter of my camera, as long as I can capture things that I see today as a review in the future.”
“Karst Country” is a cinematic infrared time-lapse short film near Wee Jasper NSW, Australia filmed and directed by Glen Ryan and James van der Moezel of Silver Dory Productions .
Filmed and Directed by: Glen Ryan and James van der Moezel
Music by: David Lawrence
This short piece was the motion component of the February 2013 Karst Country exhibition at the Belconnen Arts Centre in Canberra, Australia. It features the limestone landscapes near Wee Jasper NSW captured in near infra-red. While much of the footage is time-lapse there are also some sections of both normal and slow motion footage filmed with standard RED Scarlet-X and Epic-X cameras.
For more on the Karst Country exhibition’s other prints and paintings – see karstcountry.com