In late 2000’s most of the timelapses were shot from a locked-down camera. Kizny was among the pioneers of motion control for timelapse and his first DIY dolly made use of telescope motors. Shortly after he joined forces with Robert Paluch to create DitoGear – one of today’s leaders in portable motion control equipment. These days while motion-controlled timelapse made it to the main stream, Kizny’s expertise and shooting style still stands out from the crowd.
We apply this expertise across live-action cinematography through timelapse and stop motion animation to visual effects. Sometimes, it’s not only about the camera-movement – In Mat Zdziebko’s Dione motion control equipment is used for candle wax printing.