Just to show how incredible our planet is. Its a shame that people are destroying this beautiful place we call Earth. Nature and what lies beyond our reach up in space has always fascinated me. So here is a little timelapse i created.
After spending roughly a week with some good friends I made in Page Arizona on a photo expedition with the legendary Dustin Farrell, was able to put together a short time-lapse that shows the beautiful places we visited. One of my first timeless experimenting with astro photography and capturing the milk way.
Hope you enjoy it!
Music licensed by Artist: Greg Dombrowski (thesecessionstudios), Track Name: New Skies
Edited using Adobe Lightroom 5 and SNS
Sequence Edited with Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere Pro.
Color Graded using Adobe Speed Grade
- Canon EOS 5d Mark III
- Canon EOS 5D MarkII
- Rokinon 14mm f/2.8
- Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM
- Canon 16-35mm F2.8 II USM
- Canon Timer Remote Controller TC-80N3
- SanDisk Extreme Pro CompactFlash Memory Cards (90MB/s and 160MB/s)
- Manfrotto 055CXPRO3 Carbon Fiber Tripod w/ FEISOL CB-50DC
- Dynamic Perception Stage Zero
- Pocketslider by pocketslider.de
Tonya Littlewolf has rescued wolves all her life. At a sanctuary in the empty California desert, she looks after 14 majestic wolves which have been rescued from breeders. Yet, as she cares for the creatures, even feeding them mouth-to-mouth, Tonya questions whether these wolves would be better off in the wild. WOLF MOUNTAIN is a beautiful portrait of Tonya that explores her spiritual connection with the serene and misunderstood animals.
Directed and Produced by:
Dan Duran, Brendan Nahmias, Sam Price-Waldman
Cinematography and Editing by:
Dan Duran and Sam Price-Waldman
Humans are part of the natural order. We're risen apes that acquired language and learned to use tools. Skyscrapers and spacecraft may seem unnatural, but they're just as much a part of the natural order as beaver dams and bird nests. Boring electrical lines hint at the energy solution of a mammalian species. Open your eyes to the world you've grown accustomed to, and rejoice in the fact that you participate in the human project. - @ReidGower - twitter.com/reidgower