A video set to a beautiful score by the Seattle local, Dave Chapaitis. Shot in Georgetown Seattle, WA. Dedicated to those who see life in our dying world.
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I am running out of local places to capture, but found this place (Kelsey Creek Farm) on the city of Bellevue website and decided to check it out. I am amazed by all the different parks in this city; it really is a beautiful place. I am trying to capture the moods of different locations with the nature videos that I’ve done, starting with The Rise and Fall of Autumn (the feel of living out in the country with that western wind.), A World Within Itself (filmed in the Bellevue Botanical Gardens with an alienated feel of a world within itself. I wanted it to feel foreign with an estranged sense of anxiety.), Dog Days (I’m not really sure what mood I was going for in this, it wasn’t the setting; possibly more the emotion that came about, sort of a melancholy approach to childhood with a dazed sentiment.), and now we have Farmology (I wanted to capture the environment in a way that made you feel as though you were a part of it. A portal into the strange world of animals.)
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This is my first day out with the Letus Extreme, and my third day out with the XH-A1. This began as a test video, but gradually evolved into a short story. Originally, I was just going to visit a local park, but in calling Mother, for some good locations, she asked If I'd like to join her and my brother over in Redmond. Using the 35mm adapter was a lot harder than I thought it would be, focusing is required on almost every shot, the vignetting popped up on a couple shots (none of the following), it’s just going to take some practice and awareness. This is what became of my test video for the Letus Extreme.
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Letus Ultimate and XHA1 combo. This is my philosophy about place in my life.
This was all shot with my V1U while camping. No lens adapter, just the stock lens. Filmed entirely in the Adirondack Mountains of Upstate New York at about 5am. The nights make the air cooler than the water, when the morning comes, a nice mist forms. It's a magic time that only lasts for about 30 minutes.
I didn't actually SEE any Sirens...but I swear I could hear them...just like in the music! (the music is something I bought from Music2Hues). Relax and enjoy.