After 25 years and 300,000 kilometres dedicated to appreciating some of the most remote places in the world, last year they began work on a new time-lapse collection. 'It seemed like such a natural progression for us to work in time-lapse. We love to spend time in places soaking up the atmosphere and waiting for a time-lapse to complete is such a good excuse to stay a little longer' says Anna Possberg. Claus Possberg is passionate about motorcycles, travel and photography and fortunately so is his wife Anna. Together they spend 3-4 months every year travelling independently in meticulously researched far flung corners of the globe on their motorbikes, panniers packed to the brim with professional photographic equipment.
It was Anna's move into film-making 8 years ago, that prompted their interest in time-lapse. She is currently working on two films based on their travels to Antarctica and Indonesia. Claus's photographs have graced the pages of National Geographic, Terra and View Stern (known for it's fine art photography)
Timeframehd.com is thrilled to welcome such inspiring and passionate photographers. “The way that Claus and Anna travel just the two of them on motorbikes, means they reach remote and extraordinary places and have the sort of intimate contact with local people that can only be found now off the beaten track. This love of travel and appreciation for the world shows in their work. Their time-lapses are beautiful.” says Timeframe's Managing Editor Pip Crosley.
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