Filmmaker Dustin Farrell spent his summer traveling 20,000 miles to film lightning around the United States. He used a Phantom Flex4K camera to capture these brilliant bolts at 1,000 frames per second. The film is called "Transient." “Lightning is like a snowflake. Show More Summary
The Department of Awesome Natural Phenomena loves a good lightning show. “Transient,” a breathtaking new slow-motion video montage by Director of Photography Dustin Farrell, shows off one of nature’s most dazzling and impressive spectacles in a way that makes it feel like we’ve never truly seen lightning before now. Show More Summary
This is Transient, a short film created by storm chaser Dustin Farrell with the footage he captured while traveling 20,000 miles back and forth across the U.S. earlier this year chasing lightning storms. All the lightning footage was captured with a 1,000 frames/second Phantom Flex 4K for ultra slow-motion playback. Show More Summary
Storm chasing filmmaker Dustin Farrell has created “Transient“, a stunning timelapse that compiles gorgeous footage of lightning bolts striking across the clouds and piercing through the sky to make contact with the ground. Farrell spent many days and drove many miles across the Great Plains during the summer of 2017 to capture such amazing, hardwon...
Thunderstorms are awe-inspiring, whether you watch them live, in photos or in videos. But videographer and photographer Dustin Farrell has made a slow-motion video that makes thunderstorm more enchanting than ever. Dustin chased storms during the summer of 2017 and collected his best shits in a short film titled Transient. Show More Summary
Video. There's no denying that a massive bolt of electricity streaking hundreds of kilometres across the sky is one of Mother Nature's most impressive demos. But when seen through the lens of Dustin Farrell's high-speed camera, lightning becomes even more phenomenal as it slowly zig-zags its way from the clouds to the earth below. More »
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Dustin Farrell stitched together raw still photographs of the Arizona and Utah landscape to create the most amazing time-lapse nature video you've ever seen. The post A Time-Lapse Video Made From Still Photographs appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Remarkable time-lapse video displays an array of visually stunning landscapes. Video Courtesy of Dustin Farrell. See more of his work on Vimeo. Follow him on Twitter, and like him on Facebook.
BOSTON-Even with the usual second-place hitter right fielder Shane Victorino healthy and back in the lineup, manager John Farrell chose to leave Dustin Pedroia batting second and David Ortiz third behind leadoff man Jacoby Ellsbury. Victorino was batting sixth in...
ST. LOUIS-manager John Farrell made two decisions that would have an impact on Game 5 for the Red Sox. He moved Dustin Pedroia into the two-hole and David Ortiz up to bat third in the absence of No. 2 hitter...
Stop what you're doing and watch this. This is "Landscapes: Volume 3." It is the third and final installment in a series of astonishing high definition time lapse videos created by filmmaker Dustin Farrell, and, by the looks of things, he's decided to save his most jaw-dropping footage for last. More »
This blog has seen its share of time lapse movies. But this time lapse caught us completely unprepared. Dustin Farrell skipped his work here and there as VP/DP at Crew West to shoot a collection of time lapse videos all over the world. Show More Summary
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Time lapse virtuoso Dustin Farrell has made the Earth look more magnificent than ever in his latest Landscapes video. The photographer used a Canon 5D Mark 3 and a 5D2 to capture brilliant shots of Iceland, Arizona, the Grand Canyon,...Show More Summary
BALTIMORE-The news never seems to get better for Blue Jays' hardluck starter Dustin McGowan. Jays' manager John Farrell revealed in a pre-game chat that the 30-year-old righthander had been to see orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews in Birmingham, AL on...
How was your week everyone? I guess arriving at the end of the week, it's always a good thing to find time to relax. Here's some really beautiful videos by Dustin Farrell, a time-lapse guru from North Carolina of the United States. For more information about Dustin Farrell, check out more of his videos on Vimeo. Show More Summary
Gizmodo asks, "Is This the Most Amazing Time Lapse Video Yet? (Spoiler: It Is)": Landscapes: Volume Two from Dustin Farrell on Vimeo.
out the latest installment in photographer Dustin Farrell's three-part Landscapes series, a collection of jaw-dropping time-lapse videos of the southwestern United States. More »
“Landscapes” (Volume 1 and Volume 2) are gorgeous time-lapses of the scenery of the southwestern United States created by Dustin Farrell. via Doobybrain