A short piece on Lijiang in Western China...the piece covers a huge folklore show, a visit to a holy man, or dongba, and a walk through the food markets in the old city. Shot with Nikon D7000 and D5100 DSLRs for National Geographic Expeditions.
This is part one of our two and a half month journey through the Philippines. We have travelled quite frequently in the past, but this time we brought along our 4 month bundle of joy. We were a little hesitant at first, but she turned out to be an expert traveller and ended up making it one of our best trips ever. Taking footage was a little more of a challenge as my hands were tied so I threw away the tripod most of the time and shot handheld.
This is a collection of all time lapse shots I recorded during my July 2011 road trip from California to Minnesota visiting friends and National Parks along the way. The footage here, I'm sorry to say, really is not state of the art. With motion control rigs time lapse has come a long way to give us new perspectives and angles. So was sad I could not bring my own bulky DIY rig (no way they would let it on the plane).
But then, this video was always a side project. Time was limited in the places leaving not much room for location scouting or waiting for ideal weather conditions. On the whole - I realized when making this video - it is rather a compilation than a unified video. So for me personally it lacks unity, the "golden thread" connecting things or something...but as part of the extended cut these shots will however nicely serve to reminiscence about the trip.
There are imho some awesome weather scenes starting at 6:12 and especially the lightning cloud around 6:43
Locations: Monolake, Eureka Dunes, Death Valley, Bryce Canyon, Grand Canyon North and South Rim, Navajo Bridge, Horse Shoe Bend, Monument Valley, Arches, Wyoming, Grand Teton, Yellowstone, Rockies, South Dakota Badlands
Eye Of Mine Multimedia has put together this training video on how to use all of the GoPro mounts as well as other mounts and accessories for the Hero camera. This video is for ALL Hero cameras. Here's the breakdown of all 3 video sections:
Part 1 Video (this video. Must be loaded before FastForwarding): 0:30 - Pivot Arm 1:45 - Base Plate 2:45 - Quick Release 3:30 - Orange Doohicky 5:00 - Bold / Thumbscrews 7:45 - Wrist Housing $39.99 for standard and for HD (spring 2010) 8:00 - Head Strap Mount $14.99 8:30 - Vented Helmet Mount $14.99
Part 2 video:
0.0 - Chest Mount
1.00 - Tripod adapter
1.30 - Handlebar Mount
3.30 - Rollbar Mount
7.00 - Exclusive Eye Of Mine Rollbar Mount
9.15 - Two camera Bracket for above mount
Part 3 video:
0.0 - Suction Cup Mount
1.20 - Surf Mount
2.15 - Eye Of Mine Camera ONLY tripod mount
3.00 - Aluminum Rod
3.15 - Small Camera Handle
4.15 - Lanyard
4.45 - Telescoping Monopod
5.30 - Flexible Tripods
5.45 - Camera Leash
this film provide an insight into the peoples way of living at philippines seaside. including spectacular aerial views from hidden beaches, lagoons and unique island. philippines - sealife is part one of a cultural journey filmed over six weeks on the islands/places palawan, el nido, puerto princesa, bohol, cebu, mayon volcano and the rice terraces in batad and banaue. hope you enjoy :)
Directed/Filmed/Edited by http://www.marcinzabinski.com
Music: "Nuvole Bianche" by Ludovico Einaudi - http://facebook.com/ludovicoeinaudi
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