Belgian Filmmaker Matthew Vandeputte has been making a name for himself with beautiful and inspiring time-lapse films around his adopted home of Australia, but he had always dreamed of photographing the small island nation of New Zealand.
That dream came true in April of 2015 when Vandeputte flew to Lake Wanaka on behalf of the local tourism board to participate in what was to become the world’s biggest Instameet. His role at the Instameet was to capture the beauty that the lake and it’s surrounding areas had to offer. Valdeputte also offered up his extensive knowledge with a free time-lapse and hyperlapse workshop for all who attended.
Vandeputte told me that over a six-day period, he took an astounding 44,028 RAW images on his Canon 1DX and two Canon 5D Mark III camera bodies for a total of 1.57 terabytes.
After creating 97 sequences from his photos, Vandeputte finalized a beautiful two-minute film that proves once and for all, New Zealand is as epic as we all imagined it was.
Find more from Vandeputte on his Instagram, Facebook, and website.
See more from Lake Wanaka on their Facebook, Instagram, and website.
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