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Majestic Topographic Photos Frame the Rugged Textures and Serene Colors of Earth’s Landscapes

June 29, 2022

Grace Ebert

From the misty waters of Benagil, Portugal, to Iceland's cragged Múlagljúfur Canyon, the shots that comprise Vadim Sherbakov’s body of work capture the breadth and beauty of landscapes around the world. The photographer (previously) uses a combination of drones and cameras equipped with wide lenses to frame the natural colors and textures of Earth's topographies: wind-battered snow ripples across the magical Baikal Lake, a hazy fog cloaks the rocky ravines of Sigölduglijufur, and stars speckle the sky above the quaint Val di Funes. Often taken…

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Photography

A Macro Short Film of Glitter and Ink Simulates Dramatic Astronomical Events

April 24, 2022

Christopher Jobson

The last time we checked in with filmmaker Vadim Sherbakov he was soaring high above Iceland, capturing stunning aerial views with the help of a drone. In his latest short, "Velocity," he zooms into ethereal mixtures of soap, ink, glitter, and alcohol that appear to simulate a combination of biological and galactic phenomena. The driving idea behind the film's creation was simply "a colorful journey through uncharted cosmos," says Sherbakov. He collaborated with set designer Luidmila Tregub, who was responsible for creating the primordial mixture of liquids that result in several amazing sequences in the film. (via PetaPixel)  

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Soar Above Iceland’s Otherworldly Landscape in an Atmospheric Short Film by Vadim Sherbakov

August 27, 2019

Laura Staugaitis

https://vimeo.com/354598551 Russian photographer and videographer Vadim Sherbakov travels the world in search of unforgettable images for both personal and client projects. A recent short film, Islandia, transports the viewer to the island nation and highlights the timeless beauty of Iceland's natural landscape. Cavernous fjords, rushing waterfalls, and winding rivers cut through the island's rugged terrain. Sherbakov used a DJI Mavic 2 Pro drone to shoot the aerial film, and licensed original music by Luke Atencio and Ryan Taubert. See more of Sherbakov's globe-trotting films and photos on Vimeo and Instagram. (via Vimeo Staff Picks)

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