Nothing Can Capture the Raw Beauty of a Storm Like a Time-Lapse

One of the world’s preeminent storm chasing time-lapse artists, Mike Olbinski, is back with his latest film, Vorticity 2.

The film consists of approximately 122,000 frames of time-lapse captured over 54 days and nearly 40,000 miles driven during the spring months of 2018 and 2019.

We’ve featured Mike’s incredible work numerous times before, and it never ceases to amaze. Be sure to check out his website for DVDs and prints, his Vimeo page for more films, and of course on social (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter).

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