The name of the video that we bring you today, ‘Transient’ siginifca, in Spanish, “transitory”, is something that is not permanent or permanent and that there is only a short space of time. A good way to describe how the rays are, together with the lightning and the storms that provoke them are the real protagonists of this video that mixes timelapse and hyperlapse to offer us a show at the height of a film production.
The director of this is the director Dustin Farrel , who we had talked about a long time ago about another spectacular videoand who is undoubtedly a professional of this type of productions. In fact, much of the spectacularity of ‘Transient’ comes from the use of a Phantom Flex4K camera , a real “monster” that is capable of recording video sequences with 4K resolution and an extrarospheric speed of 1,000 fps and that, as you can imagine, it is not available to anyone.
Thanks to her, and his expertise, Dustin managed to capture rays as we had never seen before, in his quest for storms over the past summer and that he has compiled in this video. To make the shots it took more than a month and 20,000 kilometers of “storms” that occupied 10 terabytes of hard disk.
Of course, far from being a simple compilation of spectacular images, ‘Transient’ seems more like a Hollywood production . The image quality and an excellent montage, which plays with the timelapse technique and also the hyperlapse (that is, accelerating or slowing down the image when appropriate), allows the visual part to combine perfectly with the music, achieving an impeccable rhythm and very cinematic. A great work without a doubt that shows us, as we said in the title, nature in its wildest state.