Karst Country – infra-red timelapse by Glen Ryan and James van der Moezel
Beautiful and inspiring work by my twitter friends Glen Ryan @PolvoPolvo and James van der Moezel @Vandacorp .
Description by Glen Ryan:
This is the motion component of the recent Karst Country exhibition shown at the BAC in Canberra, Australia. It features the limestone landscapes near Wee Jasper NSW. While most of the footage is time-lapse there are also some sections of both normal and slow motion footage.
This work was created with James van der Moezel.
This is only a very short section of a much larger project – in scope, duration and resolution (4K) that we are currently working on.
The edit and music on this version were influenced by the unique constraints of public display in the specific gallery space – as well as the specific theme of the exhibition and it’s other elements. The evolution of this project will see a final completed piece which will probably vary somewhat in its content and music. We are just starting on this really – and this is the start of the start.
Technical stuff : RED Scarlet / Epic cams… Nikon glass … IR filters (R72) … CS6. Music by David Lawrence.
Note: some BTS, location and exhibition shots on the first three pages here – glenryan.tumblr.com/ – kinda outlines the whole project
For more on the Karst Country exhibition’s other prints and paintings – see karstcountry.com