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

I have been an keen photographer since 2009 but only started to experiment with this technique a few months ago. This is my first real structured work.

This project was carried out during a trip of just nine days in magnificent Iceland. The island has no need of introduction, a paradise for every photographer with stunning scenery, waterfalls, volcanoes, glaciers and geysers. To travel in the midst of all this nature was a unique, indescribable experience. One of the most impressive moments was finding myself alone in a lagoon in front of a glacier, when the absolute silence was shattered by the sound of the ice breaking and icebergs took shape before me.

With the timelapse I wanted to tell the magic that this land transmits from the break of dawn through to the uncontaminated darkness of the cold nights when the sky becomes a stage for the magical northern lights.

There was little time available but thanks to careful planning, I managed to produce enough material to get a decent result, also taking into consideration my limited experience in the field.

Camera Slider 80 and one ShooTools Auto Pan I have been of great help in achieving suggestive moving shots. They are lightweight and portable which made them excellent travelling companions.

GEAR USED:

Camera Slider Modula 3in1 Motion Plus
One unique Motorized Slider, Ready to Use:
3 Rails: 150 80 40cm
2 Motors: 09RPM 55RPM
3 Operating modes
• Manual Tracking Shot
• Motorized Tracking Shot
• TimeLapse

Discover here all the Technical Specs and more functions.


 

 

 

 

 


CREDITS: Massimo Fusaro

 

 

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