In the middle of a snow storm, that's forecast to bring about a foot of fresh snow to our area over 48 hours, we headed out to the woods for an afternoon of hiking, exploring and, for me, filming. Pulling off on the side of a small two lane country highway, we started up the path that led into the forest. Once we get under the canopy of evergreens and the skeletons of the deciduous trees, the world took on an amazing transformation. The big snowflakes slowly drifted down from the skies and a stillness settled upon us.
Winter might be a cold and harsh time of year, but there's nothing quite like experiencing a snow storm in the middle of nowhere surrounded by the natural beauty of Mother Nature's design.
When diving into the depths, we meet closer underwater world inhabitants. This story tells about freediving with dolphins, shown in the first person as perceived by the participants themselves.
At the beginning, the dolphins try to keep distance. Gradually the contact with them is established. Then the curiosity conquers and they begin to show their interest, swim very close and communicate. And the apotheosis of this are joint playing, giving of positive emotions and impressions.
These shots were taken in Egypt on the Red sea, place near Hamata.
Freediving on the reef Sataya.
Hardware: GoPro HERO4 Black Edition.
Settings on the GoPro: 1920X1080 Protune Raw mode at 25 fps, WB is Native, ISO: 400,
Software: Adobe Premiere CC 2014, Adobe After Effects CC 2014, DaVinci Resolve 11.
Tres especies de carpinteros en proceso de búsqueda de su alimentos: larvas de insectos que viven al interior de los arboles.
Three species of woodpeckers in search of their food: insect larvae living inside of trees.