TimeScapes is the debut film from award-winning cinematographer and director Tom Lowe. The film features stunning slow-motion and timelapse cinematography of the landscapes, people, and wildlife of the American South West. Lowe spent 2 years roaming the Southwest in his Toyota pickup truck shooting the film.
TimeScapes was shot, edited and color-graded at 4K resolution (4096 x 2304 pixels).
TimeScapes was shot in 4K resolution on Red Epic and Canon DLSR cameras, edited in 4K in Adobe Premiere and After Effects, and graded at 16-bit 4K at Light Iron Hollywood on a Quantel Pablo system, by colorist Ian Vertovec (“Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”,“Social Network”).
It is the world’s first movie to be sold to the public as a 4K file. More about 4k
What is 4K
4K is a way of measuring movie resolution. K stands for Kilo, which means thousand. 4K footage is 4,096 pixels across.
It’s sometimes referred to as ‘Quad HD’ because it has four times as much resolution as 1080p HD. 4K has aproximately 2700% more pixels than standard television, and 450% more than HDTV.
Genre: Documentary, specific, relaxation, beautiful nature, music
Director: Tom Lowe http://timescapes.org/default.aspx
Music by Nigel “John” Stanford
Buy the movie: http://timescapes.org/default.aspx