5TB of data, 42.000 raw files, 107 sequences created and over 2 months for the editing.
Enjoy the impressive work that professional photographer Mattia Bicchi did using his Sony A7RIII with various Canon lenses, polishing it with LRTimelapse.
Mattia Bicchi shared with us the following details on his video:
With this video I want to show you through the technique of Timelapse, the incredible and variety landscapes of this almost unknown country in Central Asia.
During the first part of the trip I explored with landscape photographers, Albert Dros, the south region around Lenin Peak, Arslanbob and Sary-Chelek, in the second part I hiked few days around Karakol Valley, visiting Ala-Kul and Sary-Jaz Valley close to China’s borders.
My goal with this film is to inspire you to visit and explore this amazing country, so I hope you will enjoy it as much as I enjoyed working on it.
I came back with 5TB of data, 42.000 Raw files which converted in 107 Timelapse; I also made 6 Tavel Journals showing the behind the scene and the travel involved. The edit of this film took around two months.
To shoot the Timelapse in 8K I used the Sony A7RIII with various Canon lenses, 16-35 f/4L, 24-70 f/4L and 70-200 f/4L, the motion was created with the Rhino RŌV Pro Traveler and the Dynamic Perception Stage One and R.
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