Photographer and filmmaker Dustin Farrell spent the summer chasing lightning with a $110,000 Phantom Flex4K high-speed camera. What resulted was this 4K short film, titled “Transient,” that shows the epic beauty of lightning in 1,000fps slow motion.
As Hurricane Irma barreled toward the Florida panhandle this past weekend, some people ignored warnings to flee or find shelter and decided to go out and shoot photos of the approaching storm instead.
“Fractal” is a gorgeous new 3-minute-long time-lapse film by Chad Cowan, a Kansas-based photographer who has spent 10 years, 100,000+ miles, and tens of thousands of shutter clicks chasing and shooting storms across the Midwest.
If you're one of those photographers that uses Instax film, Impossible Project film or have your hands on a little bit of Fujifilm Peel Apart, then you've probably noticed just how frustrating it can be to use instant film in cold weather.
Storm chasing photographer Mike Olbinski is known for his gorgeous time-lapse films of thunderstorms, tornadoes, and monsoons. His latest project, however, was a bit different from the rest: it’s one of the first storm time-lapse films to be entirely black and white.
My cats love to go outside and explore the world, but when it’s raining they prefer to stay indoors and stare out the window. My name is Felicity Berkleef, and I’m a 21-year-old pet photographer from Holland.