Landscape photography movies for COVID-19 lockdown
Sitting at home is no fun, especially if usually you spend outdoors more time than inside. And while I can't do anything about lockdown itself - we all need to protect our relatives, friends and neighbors - here are some movies to watch that could inspire you to take some nice images once COVID-19 blows over.
Photographers on the job
Quest For Inspiration
A very inspirational movie about french landscape photographer Alexandre Deschaumes
. Movie was shot over the time of several years when videographer Mathieu Le Lay
was following Alexandre in his trips and filming experiences and thoughts.
In the starlight
One more movie shot by Mathieu Le Lay
focusing on the experiences of Paul Zizka
. As you have guessed from the name, movie highlights nightscape photography a lot.
Portrait Of Nature
A thoughtful movie about Japanese photographer Nobuyuki Kobayashi
. Japanese have a special relationship with nature and in this movie Nobuyuki shows how he tries to portrait nature as it could be perceived by our ancestors.
Full movie is embeded here, you can also watch it on Vimeo.
An hour long documentary about Stefan Forster
photographing in Iceland. Heavy-lifting drones with D800, kayaking in the ice-cold water and beauty of Iceland around.
With a focus on environment
Famous movie about how James Balog
with the team adventure across Arctic in a pursuit to capture climate change in glaciers.
This movie focuses on how industry changes the landscape. Following Edward Burtynsky
trip into China, depicting great changes of China industrial revolution.
A second movie by Edward Burtynsky
and filmmaker Jennifer Baichwal, this time focusing about water and how humanity have impacted it.
Amos, the impossible shot
A movie about how Amos Nachoum
tries to capture an illusive photograph of endangered polar bear swimming in ice cold water.
Tales by Light
Before You Wake Up
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