Tag: Video

Zambia – Victoria Falls Slow-Mo

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Slow Motion of Victoria Falls shot with a Sony FS700.

Slow Motion Victoria Falls

Slow Motion Chameleon

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Playing around with my Sony FS700.

Slow Motion Chameleon

Slow Motion Poodle

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Poodle puppy in slow motion. Shot with the Sony FS700.

Slow Motion Chameleon

New Time Lapse Demo Reel

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I’ve been working on a new time lapse demo reel and I think it’s finally ready to be shown. The demo reel includes time lapse movies that I’ve shot over the last few years in nine different countries. Hope you like it.

Time Lapse Demo Reel

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France – Time Lapse

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While in France I was able to shot a bunch of time lapse movies. Here’s a quick demo reel of some of my favorites.

Time Lapse France

At Sea – Aurora Expeditions – Day 17

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We’re crossing the Drake Passage on our way back to Argentina and today was probably the roughest seas we’ve had on this voyage, but compared to how rough the Drake Passage can be, I guess it’s not too bad.

View from the bridge of the Polar Pioneer. From here you can really see how much the Polar Pioneer is rocking back and forth.

Antarctica – Aurora Expeditions – Day 16

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Today started in Paradise Bay with a shore landing at Almirante Brown Antarctic Base, an currently unoccupied Argentine research base. While on shore some of us hiked up the hill behind the base for a better look around. We then did a Zodiac cruise around the area.

Antarctica, Research Base

Unoccupied Argentina Research Base

Gentoo Penguins, Antarctica

Gentoo Penguins

Gentoo Penguins, Antarctica

Gentoo Penguin

Aatarctica, Hike

Hiking up to the top of the hill behind the base.

Skua, Antarctica


Antarctica, Zodiac, Iceberg

One of the Zodiacs passing by an iceberg.


Part of the Argentine research base.

Then it was back on board the Polar Pioneer for lunch and to head to our final location of the trip.

Time Lapse of the Polar Pioneer sailing through the pack ice

Our final stop was for a Zodic cruise around Melchior Islands.


Snow and Ice

Antarctica, Chinstrap Penguins

Chinstrap Penguins with the Polar Pioneer in the background.

Antarctica, Iceberg


South Georgia – Aurora Expeditions – Day 7

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After two and half days at sea the Polar Pioneer has reached South Georgia. South Georgia is a remote collection of sub-antarctic islands made up of the main South Georgia Island surrounded by many smaller islands that are located about 1335 miles East of South America. The islands are uninhabited except for a small group of British government officers, administration and researchers.

What makes the South Georgia Islands interesting is the rugged landscapes, huge glaciers and large amounts of bird and marine wildlife.

Our first stop at South Georgia was Elsehul (Norwegian for Else Cove). After breakfast we boarded the Zodiacs for several hours of cruising around the cove take photos of the impressive landscapes and wildlife.

South Georgia Island, Landscape

South Georgia Island

Far Seal, Penguin, South Georgia Island

Best Buds

Fur Seal, South Georgia Island

Fur Seal

Fur Seal, South Georgia Island

This guy had been fighting with another Fur Seal

We returned to the Polar Pioneer for lunch and so that the ship could move to our second location for the day, Right Whale Bay. At this location we went ashore at Binder Beach and we able to spend several hours photographing a large colony of King Penguins along with Elephant Seals and Fur Seals.

King Penguin, South Goergia Island

Thousands of King Penguins at Binder Beach in Right Whale Bay

The King Penguins were curious about the strange new objects that had shown up on their beach

King Penguin, South Georgia Island

Juvenile King Penguin looking for his lunch.


Regal King Penguin

As we were ashore the weather started to turn for the worse with howling winds and snow, so as amazing as it was, it was good to return to the warmth of the ship at the end of the day.

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