Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Erwin Olmos
Music : Everdream by Epic Soul Factory, Cesc Vilà & Fran Soto and Witness by Oliver Michael
After been traveling these last months, I have finally started editing my footages and here is the first video. It is about my trip to that beautiful land called Iceland with Paz, Andy and Hector Jesus.Great memories, beautiful views and my first time camping.
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Michael Fletcher
Music by: Luke Richards (“It’s Happening”)
Whale Shark footage by: Oliver Oldroyd
Filmed whilst travelling on the M/V True North through the breathtakingly beautiful Wayag Island chain in the greater Raja Ampat region of West Papua.
Now a marine sanctuary, the Wayag’s are number one in marine biodiversity throughout the world. For this reason it is a mecca for marine biologists and recreational divers.
“Only Lyon. This is city has it’s own charm, the history, and everything in between. When you’re there you can literally feel homelike. Less timelapses are there to get the touch of everyday city life.”
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Alex Soloviev
Music by: Borrtex
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Andrew Efimov
Music by: Havasi
Produced by: Timelab
Drone Pilot: Andrey Rodin
Color Correction & Grading: Yaroslav Kuryanovich
Sound Design : Anton Semenov
Design: Alexandra Geletey
“This new image-based video clip about Budapest is the result of an international collaboration between the Russian TimeLab video studio and the world-famous Hungarian musician, Havasi. In the video we see sleepy Budapest trams crossing the Széchenyi chain bridge.. dawn over the Danube River.. the majestic layout of the city from a bird’s eye view… the glittering lights of Budapest by night… and the sunset over St Stephen’s Basilica… and all this juxtaposed with the astounding music of Havasi.
The music in the clip is Havasi’s track ‘Golden Eagle’. It catches the special atmosphere, the amazing feeling of flight – and the underlying nobility of the city.
The project isn’t their first collaboration with the Russian team. Last year, the Hungarians viewed a film Timelab had made about winter in St Petersburg – and suggested using the footage in one of their clips. This is how their Houdini’s Dream project came about.
Our video team were extremely impressed with Budapest – it’s a phenomenal city. It’s soaked up the best of many of Europe’s greatest cities. Look closely at the architecture, and you find something of everything – a little bit of Paris, a bit of St Petersburg, snippets of London… What really blew us away was the Chain Bridge over the Danube – it’s an iconic symbol of the city. There are no restrictions on filming with drones in Budapest, The Hungarian state authorities and city administration are very laid-back about all that, and want to share what they have with tourists. It meant we had complete creative freedom.”
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Rudy Wilms
“Such a wonderful National Park Acadia is we might have not had any leaves on the trees yet but even the bare landscapes were gorgeous.Acadia is very versatile with its rocky coast, the mountain lakes and forest such a nice variety of beautiful landscapes.”
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Marcello Ercole
Between the Norwegian Sea and the north of the Atlantic Ocean, between Iceland and Norway, there is a land whose nature is one of the most beautiful we can see on earth.
Music by Chad Lawson
Supported by “Visit Faroe Islands”
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Andrew Studer
“I’m so fascinated by the unique landscapes in the American Southwest . The dynamic patterns and formations become so stunning and dramatic from an aerial perspective. This is a short collection of some aerial footage I shot one morning while filming for ‘Space to Roam.’ ”