timelapse

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

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

Tribute in Light time lapse, honoring those that were lost on 9/11 and as well as those that worked so hard to get our city through that terrible trial.

10 hours went into creating these 17 seconds. Enjoy.

by Katherine Yaksich

My timelapse of the 4th of July Macy’s fireworks in NY. 1,064 still images captured at 1 fps. Best viewed in full screen at 1080. Enjoy!

We hope you feel the fireworks. You are certainly meant to be free. May the skies of your life be filled with color. - TWLOHA

by Katherine Yaksich

I just watched TimeScapes projected in HD and it is absolutely stunning and breathtaking. It is a cinematic work of art, featuring beautiful and incredible timelapse work. Do yourself a favor and buy a copy here and prepare to be blown away. Well done, Tom Lowe, and thanks for inspiring us all.

PS Here is an interesting and inspiring article about how Tom received $100,000 to fund his first feature, TimeScapes, after posting his first short film on Vimeo: http://www.fastcocreate.com/1679331/its-full-of-stars-behind-tom-lowes-stunning-timescapes.

by Katherine Yaksich

A time-lapse of Planet Earth, created from images produced by the geostationary Electro-L Weather Satellite. The images were obtained beginning on May 14th, and end on May 20th, 2011. The images are the largest whole disk images of our planet, each image is 121 megapixels, and the resolution is 1 kilometer per pixel. They are taken every half hour, and have been interpolated (smoothed) to create this video. The images are taken in four different wavelengths of light, three visible, and one infrared. The infrared light appears orange in these images, and shows vegetation.

Images Copyright NTs OMZ. Videos Copyright James Drake

UPDATE: New link to high resolution image;http://gigapan.com/gigapans/18a9bfb554160e6f97536f120f910798

by Katherine Yaksich

I cannot wait to see this film on an IMAX screen and I’m anticipating it to be one of the most beautiful films I will ever see.

Samsara is a new non verbal documentary film by the creators of 1992’s lauded “Baraka”. It took five years to make, and was shot in over 100 locations in 25 countries. It is one of only a handful of films to be shot on 70mm film in the last forty years. Directed by Ron Fricke and produced by Mark Magidson. Samsara will be in US Theaters August 24th 2012, with international releases soon to follow.

barakasamsara.com

by Katherine Yaksich

2011 charity: water’s year in review video featuring some of my time lapse footage

More than 1 billion people do not have access to safe drinking water and every 20 seconds a child dies from a water related illness. charity: water is a non-profit organization bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in developing nations and they operate using the 100% model: always using 100% of public donations to fund clean water projects in the field.  We can end the water crisis in our generation.  How can you help end the water crisis?  Pledge to give up your next birthday at http://charitywater.org/birthdays