Read more about the trip here: blog.yellowscale.com/yosemite-national-park/
Last May I took a week long trip to Yosemite National Park. I’m rarely astounded by the outdoors, but Yosemite was something else. During the 7 days, I enjoyed balmy sunlight and snowfall in the span of a few hours. Landscapes dominated by gold and blue were staple.
I shot this on a Canon 5D Mark III with the 24-105mm lens. Thanks to the compact Glidecam, I was able to carryon everything — no checked bags! I highly recommend the combo.
Footage captured with Magic Lantern’s RAW module. It took a half terabyte, but the color and detail were worth it!
Graded in DaVinci Resolve, MLVs decoded in realtime with MLVFS. Edited and rendered in Adobe Premiere Pro. Workflow tutorial here: vimeo.com/140743145
Original music by Joshua Martin: soundcloud.com/manuscriptmastr
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- Canon 5D Mark III
- Canon 24-105mm L f/4
- B+W Circular Polarizer
- Manfrotto MT190XPRO4 Tripod
- Glidecam HD-4000
- Yosemite Valley
- Glacier Point
- Taft Point
- Washburn Point
- Sentinel Dome
- Olmsted Point
- Tenaya Lake
Also on YouTube: youtube.com/watch?v=gvTstKcQHX0