Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year to all our friends around the world near and far. We are so happy so many wonderful things happened in 2013 for us especially Signey. But the best is that the future holds more in store to all of us than the history ever did. So, Go for it! Live it! Love it! Share it! (more…)

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Portrait of an Olympian

Isabelle Brasseur-113In life I have been really fortunate and I have watched and learned so much from others. A long time ago when I was 14 I met this lady at the Canadian National Championships in Victoria British Colombia. Her name is Isabelle Brasseur and she was a…

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Today is one of those days that you just say thank you for. Jodeyne, Signey and myself have been on an adventure together for four months now and man the things we have seen together as a family is so rewarding. I want to say how thankful that I am for…

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We are Family

One of the best times of my life is when we get to shoot with families that tare just cool! Not just one but two families that have come together through a marriage, and being cool farmers too. When I got the phone call from Krista (a bride of ours)…

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Pet Peeves of a Photographer

Brides I’m shooting weddings for I will be asking this of you… I have had too many photo bombers…

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TOWARDS THE SUN from Rick Mereki on Vimeo.

An amazing journey around the island of Gran Canaria, enjoy :)

For a more psychedelic Canary Islands experience watch this vimeo.com/83812121

Filmed as part of the 7stories project.

Camera, edit & directed by Rick Mereki

Original score by Little Dreamer
Recorded at The Aviary with the help of Cesar Rodrigues, Elisha Maiyah & Seona Candy

Huge thanks to Ciro Cabrera Herrera & Bea Rivero for your help, support and cool bananas.

Lastly thanks to Cristena Rebolo & Sergio Salata at 28medio for everything.

Cheers :)

Wyoming Wildscapes II from Nicolaus Wegner on Vimeo.

It was one hell of a journey during the fourteen months making Wyoming Wildscapes II, my second and final Wyoming related time lapse project. Had plenty of adventures while working on this. Lightning almost got me a couple of times this summer, gear froze up in the winter (literally), and broke a few times (don’t think most of the time lapse gear was meant for extended wilderness backpacking), all that fun stuff. Despite any minor set backs, this was without a doubt one of the most fulfilling personal projects I’ve ever undertaken. Saw some pretty amazing stuff along the way, this part of the country never ceases to amaze and surprise me.

Song is ‘Dance of the Seven Sisters’ - by Ghost Kollective

Thanks for watching!
Ghost Kollective did an absolutely amazing job on the custom track. I’ve enabled the tip jar and any tips given will be sent to Ghost K (through my lightalivephotography paypal) for creating this track without seeking payment. Or you can cut out the middle man, do one better, and buy some of their music! itunes.apple.com/us/album/stop-ep/id661261808

Ghost K links:
My links:

Some long winded stuff here for anyone interested in reading more about Wyoming Wildscapes II, including a bit about licensing.

A Sense of Place - #1: Argyll Forest Park from Max Smith on Vimeo.

The First in a series of short films, aiming to give viewers an intimate view of wild habitats across the U.K, without the use of narration or a definitive plot, allowing viewers to take what they want from the footage, illustrating as closely as possible what it is like to explore the habitat first hand. The next film will be shot on the Exe estuary in Devon, and will play host to an entirely different cast of wildlife & habitats.

The film was shot in September 2013 in Argyll forest park. All footage was shot in raw on the 50D and 5D mkii - thanks to the magic lantern hack.

Footage was debayered using AE to Prores 444, edited in PrPro & exported. Audio is a mixture of foley sound and audio recorded in camera.

Music: This Will Destroy You - Killed The Lord, Left For The New World

Camera: Max Smith, Michael Hodges

Editing: Max Smith

Sound: Max Smith

Assistant: Jasper Broadhurst


Ancients from Nicholas Buer on Vimeo.

This film follows the ancient cycle of sunset, to night, to sunrise. A continuous loop of perpetual movement that has been unbroken since the dawn of time, and the only true constant in our lives.

I shot this film over 12 days around the San Pedro de Atacama region of Northern Chile. San Pedro is an oasis town in the Atacama and sits at an altitude of 2600m. The town is a great base to explore the fascinating landscapes that surround it, and everything just goes up and up.

The Atacama is well-known for what are arguably the cleanest, darkest skies on Earth. The dry air adds an extra transparency and this coupled with the altitude creates a night sky like no other. I visited at a time when Venus was situated quite close to the centre of the Milky Way; an astronomical event that only takes place every 8 years or so. I also timed my visit with the Autumn equinox which is a good time of year to capture Zodiacal light; the celestial phenomenon caused by sunlight scattering interplanetary space dust in the Zodiacal cloud. It stretches across the ecliptic and glows for a short while after sunset like a UFO beam and I was lucky enough to witness this every night I stepped out into the dark.

In my opinion an adventure is not complete unless there are challenges, and this trip was no different. My luggage was lost for the first 6 days I was there so for half of my trip I had no tripods and no motion control equipment. I shot many time-lapses in this film with my cameras on buckets weighted down with rocks! it was far from ideal but I was determined not to miss an opportunity to capture this wonderful sky. I battled through with little food and less sleep, language barriers and I even broke down in the middle of nowhere at one point, but at least the sunset was nice that evening! I found the Atacama to be a very harsh landscape; the dry air makes your skin crack and split, the winds pummel you with every gust and the altitude slows you down and affects your ability to hike with heavy equipment. By the end of this trip me, my kit and my car had taken a real battering but it was all worth it, I wouldn’t have had it any other way.

Music composed by Shudan, please support this amazing artist by clicking here:

All footage is available in resolutions up to 4k. If you would like to licence any of my clips or talk about a project you have in mind please contact me at:

You can connect/follow me on all the usual social media sites:

To see more work please visit nicholasbuer.com

For motion control I used the Stage One Dolly System by Dynamic Perception:

© Nicholas Buer 2014

Frames of Life from Günther Gheeraert on Vimeo.

Shot in La Palma, Canary Islands. This video is part of the “7 stories” project.
All the videos are here: vimeo.com/groups/islascanarias7stories

Camera: Canon 5D Mk III RAW mode with Magic Lantern
Lenses: Canon 14mm 2.8, 24mm 2.8, 50mm 1.4, 100mm 2.8, 70-300mm

Actress: Natalia Zamora Salas
Assistant: Marta Calero de los Reyes
Music: Doug Kaufman dougkaufman.net

Agency: 28yMedio
Client: Promotur