The Appalachian Trail in beautiful Northern Virginia.
Mount Rogers National Recreation Area located along the Appalachian Trail in South West Virginia. Host to Virginias highest peak, and Grayson Highland State Park.
An Appalachian Trail thru hiker named "Napoleon" gives his impressions while hiking from Georgia to Maine.
Interview shot on a Canon 5D mark iii with a Nikon 75-150mm f/3.5 Series E AI-s Lens.
Every year a handful of people young and old from anywhere in the world strike out to thru hike the entire 2,182 mile Appalachian Trail. This documentary takes account of their story, and opinions nearly halfway through their journey. It poses thought provoking questions, and uncovers just a little bit about what it is like to be an Appalachian Trail Thru Hiker.
The film is still in production, and since it is my first film I have no idea where it will go, but it is one of many projects that I have wanted to do for a long time in relation to the Appalachian Trail.
The Canon 5D Mark iii has an in camera HDR mode. So I tested it out in a time-lapse sequence to see if it had any guts.
The Appalachian Trail
The Appalachian Trail is a mountain footpath that extends for 2,180.0 miles from Maine to Georgia thru 14 states on the spine of The Appalachian Mountains. I hiked the entire length of this trail several times, walking nearly 20,000 miles. Now, I only go out for section hikes, armed with a camera, and inspired at every turn the trail makes, to somehow document it proper.