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1. Mike Olbinski Photography - Promo Reel

  • Published: 2013-05-13T06:27:23+00:00
  • Duration: 119
  • By Mike Olbinski
Mike Olbinski Photography - Promo Reel

This promo reel was filmed, edited and created by Alejandra from Imaginale Design. (http://www.imaginaledesign.com/) She's beyond amazing. If you are looking for the same style of video, contact her NOW! This video was filmed over the course of six months...from November 2012 through April 2013. Alejandra followed me along for a family shoot, engagement shoot, a mock wedding session and then hung out with me and my family on a few occasions, even coming along on a storm chase with myself and my daughter. Words cannot describe how I feel about this film. My wife and I had tears in our eyes watching it for the first time. And even the 40th time. Alejandra perfectly captured who I am (a father, a husband) and what I do. Seeing everything you are passionate get told in a beautiful way with amazing music...well, it's an indescribable feeling. Thank you so much to Alejandra for what she does. Me and my family will cherish this for the rest of our lives.


2. Mike Olbinski Promo Reel

Mike Olbinski Promo Reel

Promo reel of Mike Olbinski. Wedding, portrait, and storm photographer. Husband, father, and artist. This is his story. // http://mikeolbinski.com Created by Imaginale Design // http://imaginaledesign.com Music // Home by Lights & Motion from The Music Bed // http://www.themusicbed.com


3. 2052

  • Published: 2014-04-16T07:00:19+00:00
  • Duration: 210
  • By Stephan Telaar
2052

2052 is inspired by "2052 - A Global Forecast for the Next Forty Years" by Jorgen Randers. The Film is a expressive snap-shot of the year 2052. Its main purpose is to make people aware of the problems lying ahead of us and persuade them to be part of the change. Directed & Edited by Stephan Telaar Actor: Eugen Feihe Music: Julian Scherle Sound Design: Konstantin Faust Camera: Manfred Borsch Lighting: Malte Thuilot Storm footage provided by Mike Olbinski & Alex Horner


4. DESOLATE PLACES

  • Published: 2016-03-04T21:47:02+00:00
  • Duration: 1336
  • By Jay Worsley
DESOLATE PLACES

The second installment of the LOST // DISCOVERED series. A journey of three photographers and a filmmaker searching for their own uncharted wild west. Exploring what was unknown to them. Asking the questions, "What truth might be hidden if we just press a little further?" Attempting to capture God's beauty of through megapixels and try to convince those back home of its magnitude. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Filmed and edited by Jay Worsley (instagram.com/jmworsley) *website coming soon* Narration written by Mark Apel - http://www.mdapel.com/ (instagram.com/mapel) Photographers: Mike Olbinski (instagram.com/mikeolbinski) Jason Williams (instagram.com/jaydubbs) Andrew Fleming (instagram.com/andrewthefleming) -------------------------------------------------------------------- Music By (*Music Licensed through muscicbed.com): Ryan Taubert Stray Theories Rhian Sheehan The Sound of Rescue Davis Harwell -------------------------------------------------------------------- Filming Locations: Arizona, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico -------------------------------------------------------------------- Film / Camera Gear Canon C100 Mark 2 Canon 5d mark 3 Canon 5d mark 2 Canon L Series Lenses Sigma Art Lenses Defy G5 Gimbal DJI Phantom 3 -------------------------------------------------------------------- "Sponsored" by Bradley Mountain - http://www.bradleymountain.com/ Defy - http://defywithus.com/ -------------------------------------------------------------------- Purchase Prints from photos we took on the trip. Aerial photography, landscape photography, and more! Follow the link here: https://mikeolbinski.client-gallery.com/#/lostdiscovered LOST // DISCOVERED: Arizona (First Installment to series) - http://vimeo.com/121671598 LOST // DISCOVERED website coming soon.


5. Chasing Arizona || Teaser

  • Published: 2016-02-17T18:37:02+00:00
  • Duration: 234
  • By Jay Worsley
Chasing Arizona || Teaser

A short film telling the story of the beauty in Arizona. Collaborating with Mike Olbinski and his mad time-lapse skills. Film locations are all over the state of Arizona showcasing the diverse landscape the state has to offer. The full film will have aerial footage, time-lapse footage, cinema footage, and raw story. Film coming soon. instagram.com/jmworsley instagram.com/mikeolbinski Song: "Like the Tides" by Kerry Muzzy *Licensed through the MusicBed


6. LOST // DISCOVERED : ARIZONA

  • Published: 2015-03-09T13:53:15+00:00
  • Duration: 1005
  • By Jay Worsley
LOST // DISCOVERED : ARIZONA

A short film about searching for beauty in Northern Arizona. Searching for something that you can't find in the city. Away from all the chaos and distraction, an emotion arises inside of you. An emotion that wakes you up to the beauty that is essentially right in our backyards. Filmed and edited by: Jay Worsley (instagram.com/jmworsley) Photographers: Mike Olbinski (instagram.com/mikeolbinski) Jason Williams (instagram.com/jaydubbs) Andrew Fleming (instagram.com/andrewjadephoto) LOST // DISCOVERD website coming soon Main Shooting Locations: Sunset Point, Arizona Horse Shoe Bend, Arizona Monument Valley, Arizona Canyon De Chelly, Arizona White Mountains, Arizona Mogollon Rim, Arizona Music By: Tony Anderson Ryan Taubert Kerry Muzzey A. Taylor **Music Licensed through The Music Bed (themusicbed.com)**


7. Monsoon Workshop

  • Published: 2013-08-17T07:32:03+00:00
  • Duration: 111
  • By Mark Finan
Monsoon Workshop

A few clips from the 2013 Monsoon Workshop put on by Mike Olbinski. Time lapses were shot on a Nikon D700 with a 17-35 lens. The locations varied but all were in SE Arizona.


8. Natural Clouds in your HDR Landscapes

  • Published: 2011-04-30T00:22:47+00:00
  • Duration: 1870
  • By Mike Olbinski
Natural Clouds in your HDR Landscapes

A 30-minute screencast by Mike Olbinski on some processing techniques to get natural looking clouds in your HDR using Photomatix, Photoshop and Phototools.


9. Lifestyle and Event Photographer, Mike Olbinski: How'd They Do That?

  • Published: 2011-07-19T05:15:20+00:00
  • Duration: 997
  • By AdoramaTV
Lifestyle and Event Photographer, Mike Olbinski: How'd They Do That?

Adorama Photography TV presents "How'd They Do That" featuring lifestyle and event photographer Mike Olbinksi. In this episode of "How'd They Do That" Mark and Mike talk about Mike's work, his widely viewed haboob time-lapse video, and his extensive portfolio of lifestyle photography. Visit http://www.adorama.com/learn for more photography videos! Send your questions to: [email protected]


10. Voices: SuperCell

  • Published: 2013-09-11T21:03:36+00:00
  • Duration: 82
  • By Randy Davis
Voices: SuperCell

Using time-lapse photography, Mike Olbinski captured the formation of a supercell as it formed near Booker, Texas. "We finally got out of the rain and we just looked to our west and there was this monster cloud just hanging there rotating," said Olbinski. Voices an occasional original feature on MSNNews featuring first-hand accounts of unique and astonishing video.


11. Trailer for LOST // DISCOVERED

  • Published: 2015-01-20T16:36:02+00:00
  • Duration: 87
  • By Everly Films
Trailer for LOST // DISCOVERED

Short Film set for release in February #lostdiscovered instagram.com/jmworsley instagram.com/mikeolbinksi instagram.com/jaydubbs instagram.com/andrewjadephoto thumbnail photo by Mike Olbinski Photography Song: "Guns/Napoleon" by John Mark McMillan


12. AZ Monsoon 2015

  • Published: 2015-10-28T02:57:10+00:00
  • Duration: 156
  • By davo laninga
AZ Monsoon 2015

Each monsoon season here in Arizona (mid June to end of Sept.) I spend many of my off-hours chasing storms and wild weather. Three months, 4500 miles and almost 50,000 frames captured between 2 cameras. Several stops by police (for trespassing), border patrol (wondering why I was skulking near the Mexican border in the dark at 1am) and the DEA (thinking I was involved in a drug deal that went awry). It was a fun season! This year I was much more purposeful while chasing and shooting, considering what I was capturing. Trying to be more creative both out in the field and later in post-processing on the computer. I was also a lot more careful in post-processing while cleaning up the myriad bugs and birds that LOVE to flit about in front of the camera (don't even get me started on that issue...) I spent quite a bit of time searching for the right music. I had captured a few fairly dramatic time-lapse sequences and early on in the season I knew I wanted something dramatic and arresting. The moment I first heard this piece by Richard Canavan (richardcanavan.com) I knew I had found it: I had to license it for my film! His track was in the back of my mind for the next few months as I was shooting. It's as essential to this film as the visual drama is. I'm really proud of this short film - it turned out better than I had hoped for. Yeah, I'm really happy with it! Thank you to other Arizona photographers and weather geeks that constantly inspire me. AZChasers, Mike Olbinski, Greg McCown, Brian Snyder and many more. You guys rock! Great thanks to my wife Jean who puts up with this crazy need I have to chase weather. She puts up with a lot. She had to wipe away a tear or two when she first saw this short film. I can't get enough of that girl... For the curious, I shoot with two Canon 6D camera bodies, Rokinon 14mm f/2.8, Rokinon 35mm f/1.8, and a Canon 24-105m f/4.0. Occasionally I'll use a few other lenses, but not so often. The two Rokinon lenses are by far my favorite due to their pin-sharp focus and because they're manual focus lenses without an automatic aperture. It makes ALL the difference when shooting time-lapse photography. My post-processing is done in Adobe Lightroom CC on Mac OS. Alongside Lightroom I use the amazing LRTimelapse by Gunther Wegner. I didn't use it before 2015, and I lost a lot of sequences as a result. It has completely changed my workflow. I pull everything together in Adobe Premier Pro - another amazing and fun tool. * Note that all video is available for licensing in resolutions up to 4K. Many sequences are available in longer durations. [email protected]


13. Storms Near Bartlett Lake, Arizona 2-24-15

Storms Near Bartlett Lake, Arizona 2-24-15

** Watch in HD ** Yesterday I saw a storm cloud billowing near Bartlett Lake, just north of Scottsdale, Arizona. Of course it was saying, "Jerrod come see me!". I happily obliged. The first scene was from when I got up there. I went a little south after it lost the base, but ended up seeing it happen all over again and wandered back to the same area. A little later my friend Mike Olbinski joined me and we got to see some pretty nice lightning. I'm sure you have probably seen his work, but if not check out all his amazing time-lase work at http://www.mikeolbinski.com/. Oh and he does wedding photography too, ladies. :) Anyways, was a fun little storm chase day and nice to have a friend join me and chit-chat with for awhile. Oh and pardon the rain spots... :)


14. Timelapses

  • Published: 2013-12-23T10:18:01+00:00
  • Duration: 297
  • By Dean Gill
Timelapses

Different timelapses from different locations. First one was shot on Mount Etna in Sicily, Italy on december 9 2013. That night I was waiting for an eruption, which eventually occurred 4 days later... Second, during a storm chase in USA in northern Nebraska on May 17th 2013. Third, view of low clouds from Mount Salève, France, in January 2013 Fourth, (from 01:14 to 01:52) a LP supercell in central Nebraska near Arcadia on May 26 2013 Fifth, Sixth, (from 01:53 to 02:40) an impressive supercell near Booker TX, on June 3rd 2013. Obviously, I was not the only storm chaser on that storm as several videos have been shot that day like the one from storm chaser Mike Olbinski. Seventh, a dying LP supercell east of Sturgis SD, on May 25 2013 Eighth, aurora borealis in southern Finland during a magnetic storm on March 16-17th Music : "Tempest" & "Falling Down"  By  Simon  Wilkinson   www.thebluemask.com


15. The Sedona Harlem Shake by Five Photographers | YoloZona

  • Published: 2013-04-24T14:53:04+00:00
  • Duration: 46
  • By Mike Olbinski
The Sedona Harlem Shake by Five Photographers | YoloZona

This past weekend, three photographers flew in from Canada and New York to help me shoot a wedding in Phoenix on Saturday. A fourth flew in from Florida. Sunday morning we woke up at 5am and drove north to see Antelope Canyon and then Horseshoe Bend, and then back to spend the night in Sedona. We woke up at 3am to shoot the Milky Way over the beautiful red rocks...and by the time the sun rose and we had been shooting our brains out, we started getting silly and this happened. The photographers: The middle dude who starts us off - Jesse Pafundi (http://www.goldenhourstudios.com/) Then from left to right: Brian Furbush - http://www.brianfurbush.com/ Heath O'Fee - http://www.heathofee.com/ Mike Olbinski (Me) - http://www.mikeolbinski.com Chris DeAngelis - http://www.cdeangelisphotography.com/ This was one take and we thank Jesse for starting us off. And I'd like to thank Brian for smashing me in the side of the neck instead of my face! Also, as we started the trip, YoloZona became our hashtag to organize all our Twitter/Instagram photos...so that's what that means :)


16. Dima Terem feat Liza Natasha - Backstage

Dima Terem feat Liza Natasha - Backstage

Music/Director - Dima Terem Vocal - Liza Natasha DoP - Sergei Prekrasnov Steadicam - Evgeny Kropochev Focus Puller/Cameraman - Sergey Ivanov Make up - Inna Planetnaya Costume - Anna Timofeeva Steadicam Grip - Mikhail Kropochev Gaffer - Pavel Kalinin Electricians: Vlad Allenov Artem Tulishev Karlen Sobolev Sergei Sergeev CG - Arseny Rudchenko & Dima Terem Visual Elements - Sergey Prekrasnov / Mike Olbinski Producer - Oksana Tarasova Special Thanks to: Anastasia Cherepanova Alexey Zverev Alex Moment Alexandr Fengler Alexandra Belaya Pavel Shershnev


17. Kim+West Wedding Trailer

  • Published: 2015-12-04T20:26:57+00:00
  • Duration: 169
  • By Sula Studios
Kim+West Wedding Trailer

Kim & West’s wedding couldn’t have come at a better time for us. We were well into shooting fall weddings in Phoenix, but the weather was still pretty hot. So when Kim emailed us a month before her wedding and told us she wanted us to go up to Flagstaff to capture it, we were thrilled at the chance to escape the heat and work in the beautiful forest! There are so many things I love about this wedding: First - their first look...you guys, it was at a train station! And right as we were all about to leave, we heard a train approaching and quickly set up for some sweet shots. It was awesome. Secondly, I LOVED how remote their wedding was. Kim told us all they had to do was pay for a permit, pick a spot in the forest with a nice view, and their coordinator brought everything needed for the ceremony and reception. In fact it was so remote, we nearly got lost twice while driving on the dirt road to the location. But it was so worth it! Lastly - I can't get over how well the time lapse shot at the end turned out. Typically it's too bright to capture night time lapse shots due to city lights, but since we were in the middle of nowhere, the light was perfect. love love love We really appreciate Mike Olbinski telling this sweet couple about us. This was our first time working with him, and man is he brilliant! I've followed his time lapse work for several years, so it was almost like working with a famous person. ;) Location: Flagstaff, AZ Song: "Jade" by Aaron Krause licensed through the music bed Photographer: Mike Olbinski Coordinator: Celebrations Event Planning Studio


18. Severe Isolated Storm Near Paducah, Texas on June 14th, 2016

Severe Isolated Storm Near Paducah, Texas on June 14th, 2016

An isolated severe storm near Paducah, Texas on June 14th, 2016. My buddy Mike Olbinski recently posted an incredibly beautiful photo of this storm a few days ago and it reminded me I had video of it on a hard drive somewhere. This was shot with two 1080p video cameras so the quality is not the best. I didn't post it before because I was a little bitter my DSLR broke a few days before the trip and was frustrated by the quality. My schedule was all messed up last year and getting out of Arizona was tough in the Spring. Even so, I went without the DSLR because I was dying for storms and a window of opportunity to chase opened up. On this chase I picked a road on the incoming dry line and watched this storm grow from a baby cumulus cloud to this incredible beast. Now that it has been almost a year these clips have grown on me. I love seeing the spinning clouds on a storm like this especially at sunset. I'll be back out to The Great Plains in just a few weeks!!


19. Introduction to Tornadoes

  • Published: 2015-08-24T22:32:01+00:00
  • Duration: 226
  • By Frank Gregorio
Introduction to Tornadoes

This is a new high definition (HD) dramatic video choreographed to powerful music that introduces the viewer/student to the power of Tornadoes. It is designed as a motivational "trailer" to be shown by teachers in Physical Science, Earth Science and Meteorology classrooms in middle school, high school and college as a visual Introduction to the nature of these powerful storms and their destructive force. Subscribe to my channel at https://vimeo.com/user2605402 to see all of my exciting video trailers in Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science and Astronomy. I will be releasing new ones periodically. You can download all of my videos for free from Vimeo. Just click the download tab under each video. Please rate this video and feel free to comment. If you like it, please help me spread the word by posting links to it on your school and social media websites. The more students who can enjoy these dramatic videos, the better! I wish to thank all the quality video and music producers whose postings enabled me to assemble this video for educational use. Special thanks to Mike Olbinski for sharing his beautiful video time-lapse of storms in the mid-west. To best enjoy this video, view on a big screen and turn up your speakers. The music is powerful and dramatic! I can customize this video to add your name or school name at the end credits, for a very modest fee. If interested, email me at "[email protected]". The music is called "Ender's War", by Steve Jablonsky. You can find it on iTunes.


20. Beauty New Zealand

  • Published: 2017-01-17T04:24:57+00:00
  • Duration: 202
  • By Beth Allan
Beauty New Zealand

My family and I took a trip to New Zealand over the holidays of 2016-2017. The country was beautiful, the people were stellar, and we returned home inspired and wanting little more than to return to see more of this spectacular country. This is my small homage to the country and remembrance of our trip. It was also my first time using Premiere Pro, so I sure learned a lot of things about NLE environments. Please excuse any terribly egregious problems, though do feel free to provide your constructive criticism so that I can improve. Many thanks to Mike Olbinski (http://mikeolbinski.com) and Chris Ratzlaff (http://chrisratzlaff.com) for helping me immensely with learning to timelapse and for always answering my questions about equipment, workflow, and more. You two are saints. Thanks also to Braydon Morisseau and Vanessa Neufeld (http://www.vphotographic.com) for being the people who proofed this little movie early and telling me what exactly was terrible with it. I definitely needed your help, you two. Finally, thanks to Jordan Critz for allowing me to use his beautiful song, "Reverie", which can be licensed through www.musicbed.com. He has some incredibly beautiful music, so check him out for all your project needs. This film was created with Adobe Premiere Pro 2017. Timelapses were created using Adobe Lightroom and LR Timelapse 4 (a must for any timelapses!). Video was created with an iPhone 6, iPhone 6S, and a Canon 5D Mark III dSLR. Timelapses were shot on the Canon 5D Mark III. Lenses used included the Canon 24-70 f2.8L II, Canon 16-25 f/2.8L, and Rokinon 14 f/1.8. Locations include: Auckland, the Coromandel, Castle Rocks, Arthur's Pass, Fox Glacier, the West Coast, Milford Sound, Doubtful Sound, Dusky Sound, the road TO Milford Sound, the pass into Queenstown from Wanaka, Wanaka, Lake Wakatipu, The Shire/Hobbiton movie set, Te Anau, and Mount Cook/Aoraki. Thanks to FlyFiordland.com for the flightseeing tour to Doubtful/Dusky Sounds. Rob, you were an incredible pilot.