1. Amicalola Falls is known as one of the highest falls east of the Mississippi. It is located near Dawsonville, GA. and is also the southern starting point for the Appalachian Trail. This video was shot in January 2010 after 2 weeks of temperatures in the "teens" and a light snow fall. Filmed with HPX170. Edited with Edius 5. Music by Painted Water (What it is to Love - Patch Soundtrack).

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  2. UPDATE:
    The FULL FEATURE DOCUMENTARY is now on Vimeo and Youtube!
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    The Blu-ray disc is available on our website.
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    Here is the trailer for the feature film:
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    "High Sierra - A Journey on the John Muir Trail" premiered on January 14th, 2011 at the Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival in Nevada City, CA.

    This is a 6 minute piece I produced from an end to end hike of the JMT in the Summer of '08.
    It features 5 high school students from Chapel Hill, NC and their experience along the trail. We took 16 days at about 15 miles of hiking per day to hike all 220 miles from Yosemite Valley south to Mt. Whitney. We had one resupply at Vermilion Resort where the group cleaned out the small store there trying to stock up with 9 days of food.

    It was shot on a Sony A1U with stills by Brian Burnham using a Canon 40D.

    Music is by Leon Godwin.

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  3. Time Lapsed at Hidden Valley Campground in Joshua Tree National Park.

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  4. I shot two panning timelapses, hours apart, and blended them together very crudely.

    I'm going to see if I can make the blend a little better with After Effects.

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  5. Some of my shots from Acadia National Park in Maine. Shot mostly hand held, which is why it is shaky in some shots. There are some shots from my glidecam, but I didn't take it with me while hiking. Even then, I only took the camera on a few trails.

    Shot on the Panasonic HMC-150. Edited in Edius Neo 2.

    Images below are raw stills from the video.

    Thanks for watching!

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