“Nessun Dorma” is a Cinematic Visual Poem Infrared Time-Lapse Short Film in Spain By Txema Ortiz.
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Txema Ortiz
Music Arrangement and Direction by: Martin Zalba and Jody Jenkins
“A project made in 4 months recorded in different locations of the geography of Navarra.
I wanted to reflect different environments changing the color tone in each scene, after making the white balance, thus generating a very different environment, dark, inospito and inert, heavenly, ….. trying to find the beauty of still life. A trip through different spaces through doors trying to awaken sensations. A walk of the soul.”
“Shifts” is a Cinematic Infrared Time-Lapse Short Film in Southeastern Colorado Directed by Rhett Cutrell.
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Rhett Cutrell
Music by: Sophie Kazandjian
“A beautiful 4K series of time lapses shot in Infrared….Locations include La Junta Colorado and the famous Cheeseman canyon near Deckers Colorado. Come see how our perspectives change as we see the world with SHIFTS to our color spectrum.”
“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
“The Hidden World” is a cinematic infrared time-lapse short film near Philadelphia, PA directed by Bruce W. Berry Jr.
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Bruce W. Berry Jr.
Music by: Dario Marianelli (“Evey Reborn”)
“This is the latest installment to the wonderland series. This infrared time-lapse is actually a prequel to “The Day Wonderland Stood Still”. I started this project a few months before I started “The Day Wonderland Stood Still”, but wasn’t able to complete it until this year due to some of the locations being a bit harder to get to, the changing of the seasons and just being plain busy.
In this time-lapse video I wanted to introduce the hidden world of infrared photography and take you through a journey of my interpretation of “Wonderland”. The making of this video involved the use of various motion controlled devices and hyperlapse photography (which was incredibly challenging to shoot in the woods). Footage was captured in Fairmount Park, Wissahickon Valley Park and Belleplain State Forest, all near or in the Philadelphia area.
For this Infrared video, I used a “Red filter” or sometimes referred to as the “Goldie filter” instead of a yellow filter I used in the last project. Like in the previous infrared time-lapse I used a “Full Spectrum Camera” to make this video.”
“Movements In Red” is a cinematic infrared time-lapse short film featuring an original music score by Sam Folkes directed by Andrew Shurtleff. It was one of the first moving infrared timelapse movies.
Filmed, Edited and Directed by Andrew Shurtleff
Music Composed by: Sam Folkes
“This movie was a personal project culminated from years of shooting IR stills and never really being satisfied with the results. Shot primarily in Albemarle County, Virginia, the movie was captured using a Canon 5D mark II converted with a 720nm IR filter over the sensor. The sensor filter allows normal camera operation but shoots only IR images. I used a rail from Dynamic Perception to create the moving images and processed everything in Adode Premiere/After Effects.
“Māmane Tree Bones” is a cinematic infrared time-lapse short film in Hawaiian featuring an “Oli Style” chant “Ku’u wahine i ka ua ‘Ulalena” sung by Charles Albert Manu’alkohanaiki’illili Boyd filmed and directed by Gary Yost.
Filmed and Directed by: Gary Yost
Chant sung by: Charles Albert Manu’alkohanaiki’illili Boyd
Ancestor akua (spirits) embodied by Māmane tree bones. These trees are on Kohala mountain, the first volcano that rose from the seabed to create the Big Island of Hawaii.
In the early 1900s, along with the Palila bird, Māmane trees sued the Hawaii Dept of Land and Resources for protection from overgrazing: tinyurl.com/pvjyxp5
Pre-European Chant: “Ku’u wahine i ka ua ‘Ulalena” by Charles Albert Manu’alkohanaiki’illili Boyd
“My lady in the ‘Ulalena rain
That tears the blossom of the makahala
The travelers sitting by the trail
Chant of the grass blossoms at Lanihuli
My lady has turned by mistake
To dream, unintentionally of the kawelu grass
Being jerked about at Lele-a-‘anae
Perhaps she stands on Waipuhia
Where the Ki’owao wind blows
Tearing off the tips of the ‘iihihi leaves
And leaving them at Ka’ana-ka-hinahina
The lady eschews the water of Kahaukomo
And goes to the flowing water of Kahua-i-Iana-wai
Made cold is she by the rain that soaks the koa (tree) leaves
Love for you has drawn itself to me
And is hiding here within the person
Settling itself in its house, the mind
In our lehua (tree blossom) laden house at Kinimakalehua.
My constant companion in the dark misty rain
The rain that makes Ko’olau almost as dark as night
My companion in the shade of the ti and of the kulrui (tree)
The shade of the lrukui grove of Kaho’iwai
Your greatest gift to us is your love
And that is a gift I now cherish
Let it not be disregarded and treated as naught
A name chant ~ a name chant for Pauahi the chiefess.”
Article on the filming: http://nikonrumors.com/2014/08/03/hawaiian-infrared-time-lapse-of-haunting-mamane-trees-made-with-ir-converted-nikon-d5200-camera.aspx/#more-78708