Born from Glaciers

Timelapse of the Day – February 8, 2013

timelapse.org forum member Georg Froschauer has created a great timelapse from the mountains in Austria.  Georg is a student at the University of Applied Sciences in Hagenberg and this great timelapse was his Bachelor’s Project.  Be sure to check out his Facebook page and to follow him on twitter, and of course, leave your comments in the forums!

Georg write:

This project was done @ University of applied Sciences Hagenberg, Austria, as my bachelor project.
Its my first timelapse project so there are still many things to learn for me. But Im already looking forward to encrease my skills.

Thanks a lot to Enrique Pacheco (enriquepacheco.com) and Dustin Farrell (stockvideovault.com) for an awesome workshop in Iceland and sharing their wisdom. Also thanks to Salzkammergut Tourism (salzkammergut.at), The Austrian Federal Forests, Gunther Wegner (lrtimelapse.com) and Dynamic Perception (dynamicperception.com) for their great support.

Audio from David Wingo(olapodrida.com, used for educational purpose)

GEAR:
Nikon D700 FX
Nikkor 16-35mm
Nikkor AI-S 28mm
Nikkor 50mm
Dynamic Perception Stage Zero

WIKI:
The Salzkammergut is a resort area located in Austria. It stretches from the City of Salzburg eastwards along the Austrian Alpine Foreland and the Northern Limestone Alps to the peaks of the Dachstein Mountains, spanning the federal states of Upper Austria, Salzburg, and Styria. The main river of the region is the Traun, a right tributary of the Danube. The name Salzkammergut literally means “Estate of the Salt Chamber” and derives from the Imperial Salt Chamber, the authority charged with running the precious salt mines of the Habsburg Monarchy

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