1. Wild Wyoming, A Summer of Sunsets & Dark Skies


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    Best Viewed in Fullscreen and HD. This is a collection of timelapse pieces that I shot between late June and early August, 2011, in Eastern Wyoming, and Western Nebraska. All sequences were shot on the 5D Mark II, in RAW format. The lens used, in all but two shots, was a 24mm f/1.4L II, which I rented from Borrowlenses.com. The other two were shot on my 16-35mm f/2.8L II. Motion control for the timelapse shots were provided by the excellent Dynamic Perception Stage-Zero Dolly. Since purchasing the dolly, I have been using motion control on almost every timelapse that I shoot. http://dynamicperception.com/ I have to say, shooting this piece was one of the best experiences that I have had in my life. Travelling 1000 miles from home to spend the summer trying to capture all of the beauty around me was amazing. I finally had the chance to truly see what the night sky was supposed to look like, and it left me breathless. During many moments in the video, you can see plenty of shooting stars, along with a few satellites, and a plane here and there. Music is "Death is the Road to Awe" by Clint Mansell, from the soundtrack to "The Fountain". Available here http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-fountain-music-from-motion/id204669166 You can follow me a few places, too. Google+ plus.google.com/111297688846219234682/posts Facebook facebook.com/EricHinesPhotography Twitter twitter.com/EricHinesPhotos

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    • Timelapse Part 7 - A Journey to the Edge


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      I shot this using two Canon 5D Mark 2 DSLR cameras over a two week period while traveling around the Pacific Northwest and the Wyoming area. This is only some of the footage that was shot. Just wanted to share what I saw on my amazing journey. Shot using a Canon 24mm 1.4 mk2, a Sigma 15mm 2.8 and 20mm 1.8, a Zeiss ZF 28mm 2.0 and a Zeiss ZF 50mm 1.4

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      • The Path to Portland 2012


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        This is a video that I put together showcasing some of the scenery that I shot when I decided to take a trip out to Portland, Oregon. I had an incredible time as I went through the states Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Missouri, Iowa , Nebraska, South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Idaho and finally Oregon. A very humbling experience to say the least. People are always worrying about going out of the country to see new things, when there is so much to experience on our own continent. Unfortunately I am new to the shooting field so the whole first half of the video is not nearly the quality that I had hoped for. A week prior to the trip was the first time I had picked up a camera, so I was learning on the way. But I ended up getting some great imagery and some cool timelapse photography. I hope you enjoy the scenery in the video as much as I enjoyed shooting and editing it! Canon T4i / Canon 28-135 After Effects Music: Artist: Lali Puna Song: - Safe Tomorrow (Odd Nosdam remix) I put together a website that has the video, a little info and some of the pictures that I was able to capture while I was on the trip. Check it out if you would like! http://Path2Portland.com

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        • Road Trip 2007


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          These are all the pictures (at 15 fps) I took with my Canon Rebel XTi while on a nine day road trip. If you want to take a closer look at some of the pictures they're on my Flickr... http://flickr.com/photos/kbruns/collections/72157601921334573/ The song is "Two" by Ryan Adams.

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          • Devils Tower aka Bear Lodge (Wyoming) - In Another Minute (Week 228)


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            --- http://MovingPostcard.com --- Devils Tower in northeastern Wyoming is a powerful sight to behold. Rising 1,267 feet (386 m) above the surrounding mellow hills, forests and grasslands and with the summit at 5,114 feet / 1,559 m above sea level, the unique mountain inspires awe and imagination. Many of you will probably have seen Devils Tower in the 1977 film Close Encounters of the Third Kind by Stephen Spielberg. But I am now more fascinated by how it inspired Native American. The different tribe's names for the monolith mostly relate to bears: Bear's House (Cheyenne, Crow), Bear's Lair (Cheyenne, Crow), Bear's Lodge (Cheyenne, Lakota), Bear's Lodge Butte (Lakota), Bear's Tipi (Arapaho, Cheyenne), Tree Rock (Kiowa), Aloft on a Rock (Kiowa), and Grizzly Bear Lodge (Lakota). It has inspired wonderful origin tales that often include the monolith rising from the surface to save someone from a bear, which in turn left his claw marks on the Tower's surface It is still considered a spiritual place today, which is the reason for the ribbons and scarves left on trees. And if you're open to it, I believe you can feel a natural power. Maybe even only because nature (possibly as the result of a volcano) created such a unique, large and seemingly ever-lasting structure. It struck me as a bit odd that the English name on the other hand refers to something negative, the devil. Turns out that some dude just gave the wrong translation and now that now some people are worried that changing the name to the more appropriate Bear Lodge would hurt the tourist trade. Devils Tower was declared the first US National Monument in 1906. You are allowed to climb the mountain - however, we didn't see any climbers that day - only soaring birds and the ladder high up between the ridges, which you can see in the video if you look very closely. The prairie dogs in the video are a nod to my friends Mike and Brad in Albuquerque, who first suggested a visit to Devils Tower in response to my video about Prairie Dogs. As we approached Devil's Tower and as we walked all around it, I kept getting the sense of the classic calm rock in the turbulent sea that is our lives. It was the first stop on last week's road trip through the Black Hills of Wyoming and North Dakota, which felt more spiritual than expected - as soon as we saw three meteors with long fiery tales cross the night sky on our drive up through Wyoming shortly after leaving Colorado. The trip continued to be rather spiritual for me - connecting with astonishing displays of nature, contemplating how the Native Americans live so close to the land, fulfilling an actual spiritual mission on behalf of a friend, spending time with those I love, exploring and transitioning and finally reaching the most beautiful sight as we happened upon Sylvan Lake at sunset in Custer State Park. I shot a lot of video over those days and I hope you'll be back to watch video of Spearfish Canyon, Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse Memorial, Custer State Park and Needles Highway. On this road trip, we didn't make it over to the Badlands. But now I have another road trip to look forward to. Thank you for joining me on my explorations! The song featured in the video is by Josh Woodward and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 US License. Thank you, Josh! I will soon display more related photos on my personal blog: http://goodhardworkingpeople.blogspot.com/ Website: http://MovingPostcard.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MovingPostcard Twitter: http://twitter.com/luciwest Flickr: http://flickr.com/luciwest Google+: http://google/+MovingPostcard YouTube: http://youtube.com/GNYBerlin YouTube: http://youtube.com/LuciWest Tumblr: http://luciwest.tumblr.com Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/LuciWest Instagram: http://Instagram.com/LuciWest Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/LuciWest

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            • Learning to Fly


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              JackBrit Films presents "Learning to Fly" a travel documentary. In the late Summer of 2014, actor Jayson Warner Smith decides his 50th birthday needs to be more than a party. He chooses the road. What starts as a two week jaunt on his Triumph Bonneville turns into a five week cross country solo odyssey. Shot almost entirely with his iPhone 5s, the images of America he captures are simple and sometimes awe inspiring. His life was changed forever. http://www.cultbox.co.uk/features/opinion/jayson-warner-smith-from-smooth-and-subtle-to-edgy-and-evil

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              • CEOT3K at Devils Tower


                from Kendall Bruns / Added

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                08.02.07 - I decided to watch Close Encounters of the Third Kind on my MacBook while camping at Devils Tower. I actually watched about half of it the night before but I got too tired and finished it in the morning.

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                • Devils Tower and Hells Angels


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                  One word: Sturgis. To anyone who has ever sat on a motorcycle that word brings to mind images of the biggest biker rally in the world. For the last 40 years, during the first two weeks of August, about 500,000 bike enthusiasts from all around the world turn this sleepy little town in NW South Dakota into a sea of black leather, tattoos, and every bike ever made, with the strongest presences being Harley-Davidson…of course.... Read the rest of the story at www.smileysproject.com

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                  • Devil's Tower


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                    The geeks tried to find Devil's Tower National Monument. After an initial struggle, they were successful.

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                    • the nature around Devil's tower shot by Sony Z7J and HC-9


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                      Series of shots by sony z7j & hc-9 at Devil's tower in 2008. this video was originally for the Circle Wind project by the world famous artist/sculptor, Junkyu Muto. It was a very peaceful event which Japanese artist and Native Americans got together and prayed world peace. It was re-edited version only used by nature cuts.

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