Two weeks ago I woke up early in order to take advantage of some beautiful weather and a great hike through a trail just outside of the city. I went with my friend Ruy Lopes and his father Rui Lopes who is a professional photographer from Canada. I had a great time spending the morning with them and seeing a new part of Medellin. The only down side was a bunch of nasty bug bites but I survived and it was well worth it. Here is a look at some of the photos I snapped that morning.
I came across this video not too long ago and I have shared it with many people. Everyone that has seen this video has been blown away by the photography of this Norwegian photographer.
TSOPhotography by Terje Sørgjerd has produced some amazing videos of his photography. At the moment he has 3 videos. His latest one “The Arctic Light” is the one I am going to post today. Make sure to read the making of the video before you watch it. It will help you appreciate what this photographer went through in order to capture these images.
To help understand how this video is made, here is a little explanation. It is called Time Lapse Photography which means the photographer takes a photo every hour or so and then puts them together in a continuous sequence which turns it into a “mini video” you could say. In this video he covers many parts of Northern Norway and this is what he has to show for it…