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Experience the beauty of Mt. Everest at night in time-lapse. While most climbers slept, I attempted to capture some of the magic that the Himalayan skies have to offer while climbing to the top of the world. These time lapse Images were captured as high as 6200m (camp 2) above sea level on Mt. Everest. We slept at 6000m for three consecutive nights on the summit of Mt. Lobuche East waiting for a glimpse of Everest from that vantage point. Around 11pm on the 2nd night, the skies opened up and the top of the world revealed herself in all of her glory. No where else on the planet have I ever seen the Milky Way so clear, so vivid and so very much alive. It takes a great deal of discipline to stay up all night capturing the magic for the world to experience. Cameras freeze.Shutters freeze. Batteries freeze. Humans freeze. The high altitude environment is debilitating at best. Your body is taking a constant beating by the low levels of oxygen in the atmosphere. The higher you climb of course, the worse this becomes. And yet... this is heaven on Earth for me. This is my comfort zone. This is where I feel alive. This is where the combination of my love for imagery, astrophotography, storytelling and connection with the mountains all intersect. I toss logic out the window on clear nights and run all of my cameras until all batteries are exhausted, CF cards are filled and the sun re-emerges for yet another beautiful day. It’s my oxygen. It fuels me. Energizes me. And keeps me in a flow state. On a more human and less technical note: I’ve kept these images hidden for almost 4 years. They were created in 2014 and 2015 - the two deadliest seasons in Everest history. Many lost their lives and I was at ground zero both years. I’m not sure I’ll ever un-see what I saw those two seasons during and after the avalanches. Somehow I felt keeping these images hidden showed respect for the fallen. The images at camp 2 were created right after the 2014 avalanche that claimed the lives of 16 Sherpas. We were trapped above the area where 16 died at Camp 1 and 2 and had to remain in place for three days, unable to assist in the evacuations. Shooting the night skies helped with the helplessness we all felt. In 2015, everything you see in this video was captured days before we got hit by the avalanche at basecamp during the Earthquake. No one can ever be prepared fo such devastation. It’s taken a long time to work through the loss and perhaps somehow, releasing these images is my way of fully letting go and remembering the beauty, the wonder and freedom that comes along with climbing the world’s tallest peak. Chomolongma - Mother Goddess of the Earth. My tribute to Everest - In Time Lapse. Enjoy! Shot on Canada DSLR’s 1DC 2x 5D Mark 3’s Canon 5Dsr 24mm 16mm 11-24mm *Special thanks to Canon Canada for lending me some of the gear. Edited in Lightroom Processed with LR Time-lapse Edited in Premiere Music: The Time To Run Dexter Britain Licenses through: Music Bed Special thank you to my friend and camera assistant Pasang Kaji Sherpa. This is a reflection of your hard work and support as well. Thank you my friend. Thank you for your patience and never-ending support on the hill. To license this video or individual images contact elia@eliasaikaly.com or visit: www.eliasaikaly.com
3月25日
The Trans-Siberian Railway, another dream come true! The world's longest railway line starts from Moscow and runs 9,288 kilometers through seven time zones to Vladivostok. In May 2017 I was able to document this unique 16-day trip aboard the legendary Zarengold train together with my colleague Christopher Schmid. We traveled the route in the opposite direction and deviated a little from the original route (Trans-Mongolian Railway). Our journey took us along 7,923 km (nearly 5,000 miles) of rail from Beijing via Erlian, through the Gobi desert to Ulaanbaatar, on to Ulan-Ude, along Lake Baikal to Irkutsk, Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg, Kazan and finally to Moscow. From the rickshaw ride through Beijing, a night in a Mongolian yurt, a bath in the five degrees Celsius cold Lake Baikal and the legendary vodka tasting aboard the Zarengold train - I sum up the highlights in my new short “TRANSSIBERIAN DREAM”. All aboard! Camera: Dennis Schmelz & Christopher Schmid Edit: Jan Philip Roza, Leander Brandstädt & Dennis Schmelz Sound Design: Florian Gramelsberger & Leander Brandstädt Writer/Speaker: Claudina Hoff ter Heide Audio Mix: Florian Gramelsberger VFX: Jan Philip Roza & Christian Fleischer Title Design: Patrick Richter Grading: Dennis Schmelz Blog: http://dennisschmelz.de/blog/119-transsiberiandream.html Thanks to Lernidee Erlebnisreisen (https://www.lernidee.de / https://www.trains-and-cruises.com) Music: Discover The Stars by Mark Petrie (ASCAP) Video Gear: Phantom 4 Pro Drone: http://amzn.to/2yWCYTF Sony a7sII Camera: http://amzn.to/2DQpEEi Sony a6500 Camera: http://amzn.to/2zIR604 Zhiyun Crane Gimbal: http://amzn.to/2zcaB50 Sony Lenses: Sony 10-18 mm f/4: http://amzn.to/2yVcGkW Sony 35 mm f/1.8: http://amzn.to/2zRCLPL Canon Lenses: Converter: http://amzn.to/2CkudW3 Canon EF 16-35mm 1:2,8L II: http://amzn.to/2k4oQ2N Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II: http://amzn.to/2C62NAw Canon EF 70-200 mm f/2,8 L IS II: http://amzn.to/2BC3BMx Sigma 35 mm f/1.4 DG HSM: http://amzn.to/2sZUYLw Filter: Gobe NDX Vario ND 49mm: http://amzn.to/2j25JbU B+W ND Vario 62mm: http://amzn.to/2zl3mqS Post Production: Premiere CC Keyboard: http://amzn.to/2CJrfYb Lacie Thunderbolt HDD: http://amzn.to/2AZfPlK For licensing / usage please fill out the contact form: http://www.dennisschmelz.de/contact © Dennis Schmelz | 2018 http://www.dennisschmelz.de http://www.instagram.com/dennisschmelz http://www.facebook.com/dennisschmelzfilm http://www.vimeo.com/dschmelz http://www.youtube.com/dennisschmelz
2月26日
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