Made In Iceland from Julian Tryba
This short film was shot during May and June of 2013 in Iceland. The trip was how I celebrated my college graduation and my one year anniversary of buying a camera. I lived in my car for four weeks, driving as it rained and shooting when the weather permitted. Almost all of the shots were taken between 10:30pm and 4:30am as the Midnight Sun glowed golden and pink. In total, I shot roughly 40k pictures and drove about 3000 miles.. Iceland is a breathtaking country and there were so many places I failed to capture but remain a humbling part of my trip.
“There is something about doing this sort of stuff that just makes you want to keep coming back for more and more. Maybe it’s the experience of being out there at one with the incredible beauty of this landscape. Maybe it’s the challenge of capturing it in the camera in the way that you witnessed it. Maybe it’s the excitement of seeing just what you got when you finally render it all out. Maybe it’s the satisfaction you get out of showing this to other people. Most probably it’s a combination of all these things.” -Bevan Percival
B+W 1000x ND filter
Music: Sigur Rós-Fljótavík
VIDEO ISLANDA – Snaefell, Askja, Hveravellir, Kerlingarfjoll and Fjallabak
Iceland’s highland provides a unique landscape with glaciers, vulcanos, geothermal areas, rough mountains and an endless variety of colours. This short video features a selection of spots from our 4th trip to Iceland in 2012. Main places include Mt Snaefell, Askja, Hveravellir, Kerlingarfjöll and Fjallabak Sydri with Alftavatn and Laugarvegur.
VIDEO ISLANDA – Darkness Earth on vimeo
Una terra selvaggia, oscura, dai tratti magnifici e terrificanti. Un audiovisivo dai toni drammatici per esaltare alcuni aspetti delle lande Islandesi che mi hanno particolarmente colpito. Un’opera realizzata con la tecnica della “fusione” tra immagini, filmati e time lapse.
Filmati ed Immagini realizzate con Nikon D800 e Time Lapse realizzati con Nikon D700
A wild, dark, terrifying and wonderful traits earth. An audiovisual dramatic tones to enhance certain aspects of the lands Icelanders that I have been particularly impressed. A work made with the technique of the “fusion” of images, movies, and time lapse.
Movies and Images made with Nikon D800 and Time Lapse made with Nikon D700
Tratto da Vimeo, video realizzato da Matteo Mazzetti
Islanda fotografia – Maximilian Bechteler Photography – Iceland 2012/2013 from Maximilian Be on Vimeo.