Nature in HD

Resolution: 3840x2160, average flow data 90 MB /sec, 23.976 fr /sec

" Park of the Virgin " is the title of a short film in Time lapse technique - made exclusively from photos. It is part of a larger project, which is being recorded in the Julian Alps and Triglav National Park.

Link to short promo:
Link to short filming action in ski area Vogel:

The purpose of the product is to show the natural and cultural attractions of this part of the natural environment through various film festivals and last but not least - for the promotion of tourism. The time frame production is placed between 2013 and 2015, as it requires a huge amount of time on the ground and especially for image processing. Complete visualization is based on the most famous points of the Julian Alps, as well as the periphery and atypical presented in details that are more interesting than often seen pictures or movies. The whole thing is based on visual perfection in the form of Ultra HD (4K) resolution, which is the resolution of the near future. Unfortunately momentarily internet only exceptionally permits a flow of data that would make an unobstructed view. We are looking forward to the future, when the high resolution flourish to perfection. However, a small part of this future is happening in full resolution right now and right here.

The entire project is financed by ourselves, while the concrete part of this film we thanks to the tourist association Bohinj and Vogel ski resort, which enabled us a smooth approach to the recording location, which certainly shows great willingness of the local community for this kind of a way of promoting tourism to the world.

Recording equipment :
- Canon EOS 7D, Canon EOS 5D, Canon EOS 5D Mark 3, Canon EOS 550 D
- Lenses Canon 16-35 mm, 24-105 mm, 70-200 mm, Sigma 30mm f/1.4, Sigma 120-400 mm, Samyang 8 mm, Carl Zeiss 50mm, Carl Zeiss 180mm.

Music: Doumba - AM by ace
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