"45 000 kilometers the chase": rampant element the eyes of an American hunter stormPictolic
Mike Olbinski — wedding photographer and storm chaser. An unusual combination, isn't it? And what if it turns out Mike is the best? Once he even won an Emmy for his movie, and his well-known time lapses of nature raging buy the creators of movies, advertising, magazines, websites, documentaries.
Mike puts his heart into his work and it shows. One of his most famous clips of the "Pahonya" (Pursuit) — the fruit of hard work: the photographer traveled 45,000 miles, took 90 000 photos and crossed the 10 U.S. States for 27 days.
Pursuit (4K) from Mike Olbinski on Vimeo.
Here is the video. We highly recommend everyone to watch it, as Mike filmed the natural phenomenon is truly breathtaking.
On his website Mike has a blog, where bright colors describes all the hunting adventure, in which the fall, watching the element.
"A whole year to do weddings, doing family photo sessions in the fall and winter, and then like crazy in the spring and summer to remove only the storms".
Lightning in southern Arizona. This photo was taken of the 30 superimposed on other images. Mike was trying to show how much electricity can affect about one area in 26 minutes.
This wall of clouds was moving swiftly and caught up with Denver international airport in the form of a tornado may 21, 2014.
Like many moments in the art of photography, this was an accident. Mike was chasing the storm as best they could, but not yet. Realizing that he has failed to capture this natural luxury, he saw the sunset. The photographer clearly understand: the trip was worth it.
Storm over Colorado. The greatest danger is looming over the farm buildings just to the left of the center of the frame.
Arizona. "There's nothing I love more than to watch lightning illuminate the tops of the mountains."