Rare View Photography is a creator of high quality cinematic time lapse video for advertising, promotion, film and television.
Time Lapse sequences are commissioned individually to exactly meet your production requirements. Quotes can be given and will vary depending on your desired level of involvement. This can range from simple commissions to full involvement in the creative process and production meetings. Please contact me to discuss your individual requirements.
Cinematic Time Lapse is a fairly unique field requiring specialised equipment and techniques. It is not just video that has been slowed as this generally results in very poor quality. True Time Lapse uses specifically shot individual camera frames sequenced to create a high quality 4k or 8k flicker free sequence. An example is the flower sequence here shot over 5 days.
You’ll also improve your knowledge and photographic skills in a relaxed environment with my guidance and coaching.
With quality accommodation and food, an itinerary specifically for photographers and some of the most awe inspiring locations in the world, my tours will raise your ability and more importantly , your spirits.
Time Lapse is certainly not restricted to the studio. In fact it really comes to life capturing nature sequences that your eye just can’t perceive over time.
Finally it all comes together when you add music, audio and stills and create a full presentation.
The Changing Faces of the Shepherd Incredibly all these images of The Church of the Good Shepherd were shot within 16hrs of each other. It's impressive how one of the most photographed buildings in the world can still look so different each day or, in this case, each hour.Stay tuned for the announcement of my October 2024 New Zealand South Island Explorer Tour. Join my 'Occasional Newsletter ' for updates. rareview.photography/photography-tours/... See MoreSee Less
An oldie from my 2018 Norway adventure I've been meaning to post process for years. This was a brief roadside stop at a frozen lake where shards of clear ice had been pushed up in various areas along the shoreline. This is the middle of the day and about as high as the sun got.📷 Sony Alpha 7m2👀 Zeiss Batis 18⏱️ 1/60 sec🔘 Fstop - 22🎞️ ISO 125 ... See MoreSee Less
Lost in Time.The name of this image is more accurate than you think. I was searching through my images looking for some potential competition entries when I noticed several folders were missing from my Lightroom library. After importing them, I realised there was an entire series of star trail images hidden in there. I instantly remembered taking them back in 2021and realised I had never processed them. So better late than never. Hope you enjoy the result and have a great weekend 😀📷 Sony Alpha 7Rm3👀 Zeiss Batis 📥 116 stacked star trail images + 1 foreground ⏱️ 30 secs🔘 Fstop - 2.8🎞️ ISO 800Www.rareview.photography... See MoreSee Less
If anyone gets the chance over the weekend, Richard Tatti Nightscape Image Workshops is hosting an exhibition of his stunning work in Bendigo. Richard is a world renowned Astro Photographer with 73,000 YouTube followers and overall Great Guy. I was fortunate enough to attend his opening on Thursday night and I can assure you, it's worth the drive. It's also located in a street full of coffee shops and restaurants so make a day of itFrom Richard Hello everybody. I'm holding a nightscape photography exhibition entitled "Land and Sky - The Art of the Night" at Dudley House Bendigo from November 2nd - 5th 2023 and I wanted to let you know you're invited.The exhibition will continue Friday through til Sunday 10am to 4pm if you can't make it for the launch. I'll be mostly displaying large framed prints and canvases of my recent work.If you are intending to attend the launch please let me know so I can work through catering etc. ... See MoreSee Less
Both of these images were shot at Brighton Pier, Christchurch New Zealand. The amazing thing is they were both shot on the same day within 45mins of each other. How quickly Mother Nature can change her mind.Www.rareview.photography... See MoreSee Less