I came across an old favorite CD of mine the other day. "Passion" by Peter Gabriel. It came out in 1989 and was used in Martin Scorsese's "The Last Temptation of Christ". It is a phenomenal piece of work, it hasn't aged at all and in some ways sounds even more relevant today.
I really wanted to use the title track "Passion" in a video piece. As I looked at a bunch of my footage I realized it would work best with my misty sunrise footage. Building most of it around the moment the sun pokes up over the distant horizon, and coupling it to the peak of the mournful vocal in the music. I sometimes base a whole video around one moment like this.
Some of this footage I used in "Sirens of the Mist" and at the beginning of "Autumn Glory" but I feel this version represents the best use of the misty dawn footage and certainly shows more of it, this one is long! Clocking in at close to 8 minutes. Some of this is shot with my Sony V1U and other parts were done with the EX1.
Please find what good you can in it and let me know what you think! I'm not allowing downloads as some have been taking my work and putting sections of it in their own videos on YouTube. Sorry a few have to ruin it for others.