The beautiful Valle d’Aosta portrayed in a time-lapse all Italian


Forgetting the stress of the everyday city life it’s possible, it takes 4 minutes and the beautiful time-lapse video debut of the photographer – and friend – Max Monticone.

Candidate in the Contest Eco 2012, the video was made in five months with a Canon 7D in places like Aosta, Pollein Charvensod, Blavy, Pila, Saint-Denis, Saint-Christophe.

In short, a real tribute to the wonderful Italian region of Valle d’Aosta !

His description is more perfect, and I propose it:

In today’s society, busy, work, hustle, traffic and stress, we forget to admire the things of which our world is rich, from the smallest details to the most immense, that our eyes see without looking.

In a small documentary project I wanted to devote time to the spectacle of nature, to the creations of man and our planet in general , reflecting on some elements in particular, choosing between small and large of our vast world.

Everything, often imperceptibly to our eyes


We leave you watching this show, accompanied by a perfect soundtrack (enjoyable with a good sound system).

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Equipment Used

Cameras: Canon 7D, Canon 450D
Lenses: Canon 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS, Samyang 8mm f/3.5 UMC CS II, Sigma 70mm f/2.8 AF Ex Dg Macro
Slider/Dolly: n.d.
Other info: Adobe Lightroom 4, LR Timelapse, FinalCut X


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