This video was written and produced while traveling through Chile & Patagonia with my girlfriend. We spent 5 weeks exploring this amazing country, and this is how we chose to document it. Thanks so much for checking it out.
Special Thanks to:
LensProToGo, for helping us out with cameras and lenses. They are an awesome company, and the perfect place to rent DSLR's and lenses.
...Castulo Guerra for helping out with the voice over. He is an extremely talented man, who was great to work with...and I am so grateful he decided to take on this project...thank you very much Castulo.
...and also, to my girlfriend Nina for putting up with my nerdy ways, and for making this such an awesome trip...you're the best.
Canon 1D mark IV + full Canon lens package - 17 tilt shift, 24, 50, 70-200, polarizer, gradient filter, monopod, tripod.
If you ever need any time-lapsing done or a time machine built give me a shout - firstname.lastname@example.org
Adam Stokowski and I spent 2 weeks in Patagonia Country pursuing our new passion for time lapse video and rhino hunting. We visited Torre Del Paine Park, Chile. Glacier Park, Argentina & Fitz Roy, Argentina. Plus all the beauty in between. Many barbed wire fences were climbed.... this is what we captured. More trips to come.....
To read a full account of our journey and see some photos CLICK HERE, http://www.loadedboards.com/loadednews/index.php?post/2011/03/15/Timelapses-in-Patagonia
Motion was done in Final Cut Pro (getting a stage zero dolly soon, STOKED)
Canon 7D, Canon 5D,
Canon L series 50mm / L- series 24-70mm
B+W ND 1.8 and B+W Circular Polarize
This is the first ever Bomb Flow TV monthly episode! Taking you to the waterfall paradise of Pucon, Chile. Watch as the infamous Demshitz crew run their favorite classics and some first descents around the area. This 25 minute movie features never before seen footage from the Palguin, Nevado, Carhuello, and Turbio rivers. Remember this is only part 1 of the Chile episode so be ready for the Patagonia edit to drop within the next few days. There was just too much epic footage to contain in one part...
Filmed on: Cannon 7D & Go Pro HD
Cinematographers: Anton Immler, Evan Garcia, Fred Norquist
Edit by: Fred Norquist & Evan Garcia