Hey Everyone,

I wanted to share with you all some works of Cinematographer and founder of Timestorm Films, Martin Heck. I stumbled across his work while visiting the site NoFilmSchool and was blown away! I’ve seen some amazing Timelapse videos before, but this is on a completely different level. The 1st video below is his latest work, “Calbuco”, the first of many to capture my interest.

Here is Martin’s explanation for how Calbuco came to be:

“Volcano Calbuco erupted on April 22, 2015, for the first time in four decades. Located close to the cities of Puerto Varas and Puerto Montt in southern Chile. We spend the prior couple of days on the neighboring volcano Osorno (~20km linear distance) shooting timelapses. After an amazing night under the nightsky we took the cable car downwards after a delay caused by repairs. Already late we headed south to catch the ferry on Routa 7 down to Patagonia. After 10min on the ferry we noticed a massive, almost nuclear looking cloud boiling upwards just were we left a few hours ago.”

Also featured are some more of my personal favorites that I thought you all would like, including some behind the scenes footage.

Seeing amazing works like this is what helps keep me motivated. I hope you all enjoyed! For more of Martin Heck, check out the links below.

Website: http://www.timestormfilms.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TimestormFilms
Twitter: https://twitter.com/martinheck
Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/timestormfilms

Let me know what you all think!

Thank You for Listening,
Brandon

Photo Credit: Timestorm Films
Source: https://vimeo.com/timestormfilms

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