1. Premium Colorado Trip June 2012

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    We got the Premium team together in Colorado for a 2013 Catalog shoot. Dan Foley and Josh Harrington took on filming duties as they were both injured. Connor Lodes, Sean Ricany and Chad Kerley star in this one, edited by Dan Foley. Music: Vacationer - Good As New

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    • To Build a Home

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      In the Summer of 2012, the Waldo Canyon Fire destroyed 347 homes and burned 18,247 acres of land in Colorado Springs. It is considered the most destructive fire in Colorado state history. TO BUILD A HOME chronicles the events of the fire and the rebuilding process that is currently ongoing. Directed & Edited by: Ryan Walton Cinematography by: Andrew Finch & Ryan Walton Visual Effects by: Andrew Finch Song by: Cinematic Orchestra Featuring: Mollie Wolf, Steve & Cindy Brinkman, and Jim & Judy Wittenburg

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      • HUNTSMEN - Trailer VOD

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        HUNTSMEN, a regional bouldering flick by Max Krimmer documenting some of the best boulder problems in southern Colorado. Join local Austin Geiman as he combs the Wet Mountains in search of virgin rock and new lines, watch Daniel Woods and Jimmy Webb battle with a monster project in the heart of the South Platte, and take a tour of the classics with visiting climbers: Alex Manikowski and Griffin Whiteside. Narrated by Ander Rockstad, Hayden Miller, Austin Geiman and Bryan Johnson; with appearances from Thomas Betterton, Ryan Silven, Alex Kordick and many others -- HUNTSMEN provides a unique perspective on southern Colorado bouldering development, and a glimpse of some of the best climbs the region has to offer.

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        • 5 Day Timelapse - Waldo Canyon Fire - June 23rd-28th

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          By Steve Moraco Please watch in full screen and in HD if at all possible! This is intended to be viewed full screen on monitors and screens with a 16:10 aspect ratio. You can find the YouTube version here: http://youtu.be/ZBA7eHY022k My photography page: Facebook.com/SMPhot My website: SteveMoraco.com Shot as a series of 20,000 8MP Jpeg images on a Canon 7D with the EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 lens. Made on a Mac using Adobe's Lightroom and Premiere. Exported in full 24fps 1080p. Music: 0:00 - Air 9:10 - Fire Both are tracks from Angels & Demons OST by Hans Zimmer. No copyright infringement intended. This is presented non-commercially as a dramatic and entertaining, yet respectful educational document in view of the fact that such an event is one that involved great loss for too many, but yet is one that we all have some shared curiosity in seeing. I hope that my use of the word "entertainment" will be seen as delicately as I intended it. I have no affiliation with KOAA, they just happened to present the chronological news timeline I worked from. That can be found here: http://www.koaa.com/full-coverage/waldo-canyon-fire/ Thanks to my family for carefully avoiding bumping the tripod that has been on our deck for the last week, and especially mom who has been incredibly helpful in reminding me to check the camera battery. Thanks also and again to the innumerable caring people who are fighting or documenting this fire in their various ways for the protection of our wonderful community.

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          • You and I – A Colorado Adventure

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            Three and a half years ago, Calen and I hiked a mountain trail in Colorado with an incredible videographer, an amazing photographer, and a very good friend to officiate our wedding. It was one of the most perfect, happiest days in my life. This past November rolled in our 3 year anniversary so we took another trip back to the state that will always hold a piece of our hearts. We climbed mountain trails, ran around the rockies, and had the time of our lives adventuring the snowy mountainsides and the breathtaking views. When we married 3 years ago, we honestly were driving around the day before, pointed to a road, went down it, and found a trail that led up to the spot we decided we'd get married in the next day haha We kinda figured we'd never find that spot again, but we set out to find it on this trip and we definitely did! You'll see a few shots from that location (the opening shot) so know that it's so sentimental to us. If you've never seen the photos from our wedding day, you should check them out! Tyler Branch was so incredible to have with us on our wedding day and we cherish the photos so much http://tylerbranchphoto.com/2010/11/calen-kristine/ Our wedding film was by the very talented Daniel Chesnut of Paperback Weddings and just go watch it because it's perfect to us https://vimeo.com/23574750 -Kristine Rhome ---- Music - I Already See It by Kye Kye (licensed on Marmoset) Filmed in RAW on a 5D Mark III with the Magic Lantern RAW hack. Color graded in Davinci Resolve.

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            • Garden Of The Gods Timelapse

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              Garden of the Gods This timelapse was compiled between September 26th and October 25th, 2011 in the Garden of the Gods park in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA. The Garden of the Gods is a City of Colorado Springs park located at the foot of Pikes Peak near Manitou Springs. The park is free and open to the public year round. It is one of the most beautiful places I know, and is only minutes from my home. Being a city park with well maintained roads means that people and cars are in the park day and night. I was still surprised to see cars at all hours of the night including a group making high speed laps while I was filming at Balanced Rock. At first, I thought the timelapse would be ruined, but I think it turned out fairly interesting. Almost every night scene has some type of stray light in it whether from a car, bike, or headlamp from a night jogger. Besides this, light spill from Colorado Springs to the east and south, and Denver to the north, kept me facing west as much as possible during the night. Otherwise, the nights were peaceful and quiet. The only 'wild animals' I saw were a house cat, and something that looked like a miniature fox. How it got it's name: It was August of 1859 when two surveyors started out from Denver City to begin a townsite, soon to be called Colorado City. While exploring nearby locations, they came upon a beautiful area of sandstone formations. M. S. Beach, who related this incident, suggested that it would be a "capital place for a beer garden" when the country grew up. His companion, Rufus Cable, a "young and poetic man", exclaimed, "Beer Garden! Why it is a fit place for the Gods to assemble. We will call it the Garden of the Gods." It has been so called ever since. http://www.gardenofgods.com/parkinfo/index_253.cfm Garden of the Gods Visitor & Nature Center http://www.gardenofgods.com/home/index.cfm More information at the Garden of the Gods http://gardenofthegods.com/ The Garden of the Gods Park is a 1323-acre registered National Natural Landmark. The world’s only Theophytalia kerri fossil that was discovered in Garden of the Gods Park in 1878. The Garden of the Gods Visitor and Nature Center is located at the main entrance to the Park at 1805 North 30th Street, just minutes from downtown Colorado Springs. Open daily except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. For more information, call 719-634-6666 or visit www.gardenofgods.com FREE ADMISSION From Wikipedia.org http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garden_of_the_Gods The outstanding geologic features of the park are the ancient sedimentary beds of red, blue, purple, and white sandstones, conglomerates and limestone that were deposited horizontally, but have now been tilted vertically and faulted by the immense mountain building forces caused by the uplift of the Pikes Peak massif. Evidence of past ages; ancient seas, eroded remains of ancestral mountain ranges, alluvial fans, sandy beaches and great sand dune fields can be read in the rocks. A spectacular shear fault can be observed where the Tower of Babel (Lyons Sandstone) contacts the Fountain Formation. There are many fossils to be seen: marine forms, plant fossils, and some dinosaur fossils. The hogbacks, so named because they resemble the backs and spines of a pig, are ridges of sandstone whose layers are tilted. Instead of lying horizontally, some layers are even vertically oriented. Each hogback can range up to several hundred feet long, and the tallest (called North Gateway Rock) rises to a height of 320 feet (98 m) tall. A notable rock feature on this hogback, the Kissing Camels, appears to be two very large camels sitting face to face with their lips touching. One of the most popular features in the park is a large balancing rock, known locally as Balanced Rock. On one occasion during the nineteenth century, Dr. George Frederick Kunz, vice-president of and "gem expert" of Tiffany & Co., wrote about a “specimen of obsidian” he was shown from the Garden of the Gods in Colorado. “A friend recently made a trip through parts of Colorado, and knowing our desire to obtain materials suitable for cutting into gems, he purchased at a pavilion, near the gateway of the Garden of the Gods, a specimen of what the dealer called “obsidian.” It was carefully packed and carried thousands of miles, and was handed to us with the ceremony befitting an elegant gift. We received it with much delight, and after removing yards of tissue paper, held it before a lamp light, and saw a transparent mass of about 4x4" of pure bottle green- glass.” http://peakviewproductions.com https://www.facebook.com/pages/Peakview-Productions/119045361512062

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              • Colorado BMX Ep. 11 (2009)

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                This week I head to Colorado Springs to meet up with Pat Vigil, JR Kile and the rest of their crew to ride street and park around the city. Check me out on www.facebook.com/dylanpfohl and Instagram @dylanpfohl www.dylanpfohl.com

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                • Brian A. Hubel - Building a Hubel Piece

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                  Brian Hubel is a unique furniture maker who works out of his studio in Colorado Springs. I have been fortunate to have had the chance to film Brian at work, and to see and enjoy many pieces from the furniture he creates. This short video very briefly tells the story of him at work, and showcases a few of his pieces. This is the third of four videos I am doing for Brian Hubel. This one concentrates strictly on the building process. As I'm updating this, the first video (the brief introduction to Brian's work) has been posted at https://vimeo.com/53237909, and the second (an interview with Brian), has also been created at https://vimeo.com/54688326. The fourth video, the showcase of some of Brian's finished pieces, is forthcoming. Find out more about Brian Hubel's work at brianhubel.com/

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                  • Frost

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                    Filmed on an icy cold day in Bear Creek Park, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Everything was shot handheld on my Sony PMW EX1. No tripods, sliders, stedicams, or cranes. The footage was smoothed out using FCP7's smoothcam plugin. In some shots you can see a fair amount of warping but considering it's all handheld in -10 degree weather I think its passable. Vimeo compression seems to have increased the exposure by one stop and the sharpness is greatly reduced leaving some shots looking rather washed out when compared to the original. Music by Jessica Curry http://jessicacurry.bandcamp.com/

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                    • #Despo13: Our God is Coming

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                      OUR GOD IS COMING: To Us. Through Us. For us. Come join us this summer in beautiful Colorado Springs, CO. Desperation hosts two conferences: June 26-28th & July 10-12th. Get all the info and register at www.desperationonline.com. This year thousands will gather to announce Our God is Coming! Join the movement! Desperation 2013!

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