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What's in my inbox lately

  • I'm Macpac's in-house videographer and would love to chat about possibly licencing a few timelapses
  • Accomplished film maker Stephen Patience who specialises in motion-control time-lapse photography, is one of our new New Zealand Stock Footage contributors.
  • Drew Geraci: Hey Stephen! Down to chat about a possible workshop idea in the South Island this October?
  • I am the Production Manager for a new TV Series called The Dead Lands . . . We’re very keen for you to shoot some time-lapse material.
  • Nice work Stephen! . . . Nikon New Zealand wants to reach out and say that we think you did an awesome job this year and we're keen to stay in touch.


New Zealand – Land of the Long White Cloud

‘New Zealand – Land of the Long White Cloud’. Translated, this means ‘Aotearoa’ being the Maori name for New Zealand. The locations include the petrified sand dunes at Cape Rienga in the far north to the lush rain forests on Stewart Island in the deep south. There’s also a few lighthouses and other places in between, namely the pristine lakes of Central Otago, the rugged West Coast and the stunning geology on the Wairarapa Coast.

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  • August 25, 2019

    A marriage of music and visuals

    Over the past few months, I’ve been pre-occupied finalising my latest time-lapse titled Terrestrial South New Zealand.  These are must see awe-inspiring scenes from New Zealand’s less frequented areas and a “marriage of beautiful scenery with fitting music” attributed to award-winning New Zealand composer, Rhian Sheehan. ‘Terrestrial South: New Zealand’ depicts […]

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  • April 27, 2019

    Fujifilm GFX 50R time-lapse trial

    In the later part of 2018, I noted that Fujifilm released its medium format GFX 50R onto the market. Wanting to upgrade my next camera to something lighter with higher specs, the GFX 50R seemed to have all the hallmarks and got my attention.  I also noticed that Fujifilm were […]

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  • March 12, 2019

    Sharing some time-lapse tutorials

    If you’re a kinesthetic learner like me, you’ll skip the reading and go straight to YouTube to learn anything you need to know.  YouTube really is the place learn almost anything. I thought about doing my own tutorial on how to make a time-lapse, but that’s too involved and others […]

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