Music by Nicholas Gunn:
"Entering Twin Falls" from the album "Music of the Grand Canyon"
Thank you for watching,
I went on the trip to Canyons in Arizona and Utah,
visited Grand Canyon, Glen Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Zion Canyon
and this film is the coverage of my trip.
Very special thanks to Nicholas Gunn for the music.
Set of "Making Of" photos can be found here:
I tried to stay away from the people and cars, so had to
hike up, down and in the river for many of those shots,
but could not avoid planes, but hey, those are not planes,
but shooting stars.
I also spent several nights down at Bryce Canyon at full moon making timelapses
and I must tell that hiking at full moon in Bryce Canyon
is one of the most amazing hiking experiences,
even better than going into Narrows of Virgin River ;)
Film and Music by Cory Bruening - Official selection for the Sedona International Film Festival 2014
A few seasons ago, I began a journey of taking time lapse footage in my area of Sedona, Arizona USA. What you see is a small part of the results of the explorations that with luck and persistence yielded many surprises of successes and failures. It had been my intention to capture Sedona in all of its places of magic and majesty but I know this could take many years or perhaps a lifetime. There is plenty left to share and explore so I begin by calling this Volume One. Enjoy!
I composed, played and recorded the music score especially for this. I've had a few requests for the music and I have set that up via PayPal at rcbimages.com - Thank you - all support goes into making more!
Sedona, Time Lapse, Red Rocks, Dynamic Perception, Canon, Original Score, Nature, American Southwest, Native America, Natives, National Forest, Flute, Verde Valley Arizona, Sedona Arizona, Apache, Yavapai, County, Petroglyphs, Camp Verde Arizona, Red Red Crossing, Bell Rock, Spirit
My first trip to Arizona was short but very inspiring. Over the course of 3 days my friend Drew and I covered some 500 miles, treking down 3000 foot reviens, exploring hidden water falls, open landscape and the clear night sky.
Timelapse isn't a way of life, it is life.
x2 Canon 5D Mark II
Canon 16-35mm f/2.8
Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 II
Canon 24-105mm f/4
Dynamic Perception Stage Zero
Music by: Gregg Lehrman
Assistance by: Andrew Breese and Jason Fudge
I am visiting my sister and her husband in Tucson, Arizona. I will be working on a job later this week, but in the meantime, I am running around the desert shooting the crazy stuff that grows here. We do not have spiky cactus in New England!
I am using the Sony PMW-EX1 with the Letus Extreme. I have my trusty Vinten Vision 3 lightweight carbon fiber tripod and my bag of Nikon Nikkor manual lenses.
I checked out the Catalina Highway where the Saguaro cactus grow up to thirty feet high! They reach toward the sun and this time of year, the sun is very comfortable and the temperatures are very mild. The wind was very strong and I had trouble using my telephoto lenses because of shake and wobble. I recorded some sound of the natural windy environment and incorporated it into the film.
I almost stepped on a rattle snake while carrying my kit and found that wondering around the desert underbrush in shorts is not a great idea.
I wish I had my mountain bike out here, there is fast single track everywhere.