Video: Looking for a good reason to justify spending thousands of dollars on a gigantic 8K TV? Look no further than storm chaser Mike Olbinski's latest timelapse, Breathe. It isn't only the first to be edited in full, eye-slapping 8K resolution, it's also been edited in black and white, making the brewing storms Olbinski captured feel especially unsettling.
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Video: Meteorologists can predict, with some degree of accuracy, whether or not it's going to rain tomorrow. But determining the exact severity of an approaching storm isn't quite as easy. So in order to capture the amazing timelapse sequences in his new film, Monsoon IV, Mike Olbinski had to drive nearly 21,000km across the southern US to chase down these massive storms.
It might seem like photographer Mike Olbinski is always at the right place at the right time to capture Mother Nature's fury. But for his latest film, Pursuit, he says he actually spent three months driving across 10 states to capture this amazing timelapse footage, chasing storms and weather patterns for over 45,062km.
Video: He's been chasing storms for eight years, but filmmaker Mike Olbinski called this event -- a sunset that blasted a rare display of rolling undulatus asperatus clouds with an amazing lightshow of colours -- "one of the most incredible scenes witnessed". The resulting 4K timelapse is one you're going to want to watch in fullscreen.
Video: When you're caught in a downpour, you never stop to think about the scale of the storm that's soaking you, you're just trying to stay dry. But through Mike Olbinski's timelapse camera, we get a rare glimpse of raging storms from a safe distance, revealing their massive scale, but also their limited reach as they pour rain down on the earth.
Video: If you didn't grow up in the American Midwest, you've probably never truly experienced the fury of a tornado-spewing summer thunderstorm. Storm chaser and wedding photographer Mike Olbinski edited 60,000 frames worth of timelapse sequences into this six-minute montage called Vorticity that will leave you with a new respect for Mother Nature.