Cât de mult ai fi în stare să aștepti să vezi rezultatele muncii tale ? Mai ales dacă acel rezultat ar avea cu puțin sub 5 minute – ai putea aștepta un an ? Christoph Schlatter ne arată rabdarea și consecvența de care trebuie să dispună un fotograf printr-un timelapse care capturează cele patru anotimpuri și frumusețea ‘luminată’ a fiecăruia.
“Four seasons by day and night
After more than a year of work it is now here, my third and so far most elaborate timelapse film. It was shot with a high-resolution Nikon D800 at some of the many beautiful places in nature. Winter, spring, summer and fall, all four seasons united in one film, this was a big part of my motivation. I planned my recordings meticulously and even had to write a small script, because I had too many ideas, which I sorted out and later realized. The action didn’t always come as desired – no snow, no fog, covered instead of a starry sky. The result is a five-minute-long short film with the most beautiful shots I took.
It won’t be long before nature is no longer to be found like this. Steady climate change, environmental influences and mankind. All factors that lead to accelerated change. Today we move faster, want to discover more, want to enjoy lonely moments and push further and further into the untouched nature. Well-known places around the world are wildly shared, shared and commented on social platforms. In our search for something new we launch photo drones, make selfies in the most daring places. I am also part of this world. Therefore:”Take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but footprints” based on the model of the oldest national parks in the world. And now enjoy my film!
5 minutes film
800 GB data
7000 single images
Planning a few hours
Many hours of hiking in the nature
Countless hours in front of the computer”