Reflections from Uyuni
von Enrique Pacheco
Reflections from Uyuni is a Time-lapse short film that shows the intrinsic beauty of the salt flat of Uyuni and the province of Potosí in Bolivia.
The reflections produced by the water flooding the area in the rainy season, are the main protagonist of Enrique Pacheco´s camera, who invites us to dream with impossible images from another world, where the sky meets the earth forming an infinite mirage.
The salt flat of Uyuni with over 10,000km2 is the largest in the world. It is located in the province of Potosi, Bolivia, near the Andes,
Er zeigt in diesen Video mit seiner DJI Phantom 2 Drohne, bestückt mit einer GoPro Hero 3 Kamera, wie man einen rasanten Flug durch ein Feuerwerk hinlegt. Ein Feuerwerk mal aus einer anderen Perspektive.
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Fireworks filmed in the air by videographer Jos Stiglingh
I was in Alice Springs in the middle of Australia when I decided to start shooting timelapse sequences for this video. My plans were to travel by 4 wheel drive through the deserts that lie west of Alice Springs and meet the Indian Ocean. I travelled through some very remote areas. In the sequence that starts at 01:31, I had driven the car to the top of a mountain range up a steep rocky track. After shooting the sequence I slept in the car. The wind up there made it impossible to put up a tent. During the night I looked at the horizons in each direction to try to see if I could see a hint of human life. I could probably see for over 100 kilometres in each direction but there was not a single light to be seen anywhere. (360 panorama taken the following morning http://www.360cities.net/image/sir-frederick-range-australia) By the time I got to the area where I shot the full moon raising (at 02:11) I had not seen a single person for almost 1 week. Here I had been following a little used track through the heart of the Gibson Desert. After I shot the sequence I slept in the same area and in the morning my 4 wheel drive refused to start because of a flat battery. It’s a story on its own to say how I got out of that one. I finally met the Indian Ocean in August only to leave it again after only a few weeks traveling along its coast. There I entered the Desert again, only further North this time, it was much hotter and by the time October came I just had to get out, the heat just became too much for me and I wanted nothing more than to feel some cool air again, even the nights were over 34c. I retreated back to Alice Springs where I stayed for a few weeks just relaxing. A few weeks later I started work processing each of the 16000 images that I took just for the timelapse. One week later the work was done.