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Video: Alchemy

Alchemy is a short film about transformation. In nature, everything is constantly changing: the earth, the sky, the stars, and all living things. Spring is followed by summer, fall and winter. Water turns into clouds, rain and ice. Over time, rivers are created, canyons carved, and mountains formed. All of these elements, mixed together, create the magic of nature’s alchemy.

Shot in 4K over the span of a year, Alchemy takes you through nature’s changing landscapes, seasons, weather conditions and light… spring, summer, fall and winter. Dawn and dusk, day and night. Rain, snow, ice and fog. Mountains, rivers, lakes, valleys, and canyons. Sun, moon, stars and sky.

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Canon 5D Mk 3, 5D Mk 2, 7D. Kessler Crane motion controlled dollies and crane.

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9 thoughts on “Video: Alchemy

  1. [...] as the studio explained on their blog, is about “transformation,” because “in nature, everything is constantly [...]

  2. [...] To see all the places visited in this video check out Evosia’s posting of the video. [...]

  3. [...] “Alchemy” is a beautiful short film that tracks a year of seasonal changes in the American West through stunning 4K time-lapses of natural vistas. The film was shot over the course of a year by Henry Jun Wah Lee. [...]

  4. Alchemy | says:

    [...] From Evosia Studios. [...]

  5. [...] Lee wanted to capture the mystical transformations occurring in nature at all times, and hit the American West with cameras, as well as motion controlled dollies and cranes, in tow. In five minutes the video traverses Monument Valley, Joshua Tree and Dead Horse Point, then tilts up to capture the fog, the sun, the stars and more. As explained on the site’s blog: [...]

  6. [...] Vídeo | Alchemy de Henry Jun Wah Lee / Evosia en Vimeo Más información | Evosia Studios [...]

  7. [...] Lee wanted to capture the mystical transformations occurring in nature at all times, and hit the American West with cameras, as well as motion controlled dollies and cranes, in tow. In five minutes the video traverses Monument Valley, Joshua Tree and Dead Horse Point, then tilts up to capture the fog, the sun, the stars and more. As explained on the site’s blog: [...]

  8. [...] The time-lapse imagery above perfectly captures the scope of nature’s constantly moving beauty. If this video by Henry Jun Wah Lee of Evosia Studios doesn’t inspire us to want to preserve this planet I don’t know what will. To learn about all the places visited in it check out Evosia’s posting. [...]

  9. […] Read more on my blog: evosiastudios.com/2013/04/02/alchemy/ […]

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