time lapse photography

by Katherine Yaksich

Arctic Short Video Series 3 of 4 (15 sec)

A time lapse of our expedition ship navigating through pack ice less than 600 miles from the North Pole, while we search for polar bears.

by Katherine Yaksich

I leave in 2 days for my Arctic photo residency! I created this stop motion animation mainly for fun and to test out the Lowepro DryZone Backpack before I hit the elements next week. I really did load this bag with 2 DSLR cameras and 3 lenses while testing. Yesterday my friend Evan was helping me out and we got caught in the middle of a torrential downpour literally in the middle of shooting the DREAM sequence. We were soaked to the core, but thankfully my gear stayed dry. I’m so grateful to be partnering with Lowepro, and next week we’re doing a giveaway so stay tuned for details!

Music by Will Bangs
Special thanks Evan Burgher 
‪#‎thisarcticlife‬

by Katherine Yaksich

Check out the Oakley Disruptive by Design campaign video that I helped film at Red Studios in Hollywood, CA, produced by Evan Burgher and The Wonderland Group. We had a solid crew and had such a blast shooting this. Huge thanks to Evan and The Wonderland Group for flying me out to California to be a part of this fun project!

Filmed on RED Epic digital cinema cameras by Jes Stockhausen, Dave Brumbley, Eric Ulbrich, and Reuben Hernandez
Edited by Dave Brumbley Produced by Evan Burgher and The Wonderland Group for Oakley, Inc.

by Katherine Yaksich

A short film of my 6 week bucket list adventure in Australia and New Zealand. Highlights include night diving with sharks on the Great Barrier Reef and hugging Wally, the enormous Maori Wrasse fish. Filmed on the iPhone 4S, Sony WX-50, Canon 5D mark II, and Canon 5D mark III. It took me nearly a year to go through this beautiful footage and it truly was a labor of love. Enjoy!

by Katherine Yaksich

Surfing 82 degree water in Mexico with the Ira Lippke Studios crew. Filmed in 120 frames per second on the GoPro HERO3+ Black Edition, 60 fps on the Canon 5D mark III, and 3 frames per minute on the Canon 5D mark II. Enjoy!

by Katherine Yaksich

New York: Night and Day is a combination of non-traditional video time-lapse and animation. Philip Stockton filmed day and night scenes from around New York City and combined them back into single sequences using rotoscoping techniques. The piece explores the relationships between night and day, by compositing together scenes shot in the same location over a time period ranging from 4 - 8 hours. Created by Philip Stockton.

by Katherine Yaksich

I’m excited to announce that my time lapse photography will be featured in Discovery Channel’s five part documentary film series entitled,  How We Invented the World , airing worldwide next month. Stay tuned for air dates and times. 
  How We Invented the World   is the ultimate action-packed, hi-energy, landmark series that examines the four inventions that define the modern world - mobiles, cars, planes and skyscrapers -celebrating the people and connections that made them possible. Full press release at   Discovery  .

I’m excited to announce that my time lapse photography will be featured in Discovery Channel’s five part documentary film series entitled, How We Invented the World, airing worldwide next month. Stay tuned for air dates and times.

How We Invented the World is the ultimate action-packed, hi-energy, landmark series that examines the four inventions that define the modern world - mobiles, cars, planes and skyscrapers -celebrating the people and connections that made them possible. Full press release at Discovery.