1. Rainier 20 Twelve - Climbing Documentary


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    To check out the JOURNAL and PHOTOS from our trip, navigate here: http://blog.jeffmarshstudios.com/rainier-20-twelve-documentary-journal/ January 1, 2012: A gunman drove into Mount Rainier National Park and murdered an on-duty law enforcement ranger. Margaret Anderson leaves behind a husband and 2 young children. June 21st, 2012: Climbing Ranger Nick Hall accidentally fell to his death while performing an on-mountain rescue of 4 injured climbers near the summit of Mount Rainier. August 13, 2012: A group of 5 entrepreneurs, creatives and adventure-enthusiasts set out to summit Mount Rainier to raise funds for Margaret's husband and two children, and for Nick Hall's family. For 4 of the climbers, Ryan, Paul, Bradley and Jeff, this was their "first ascent". Michael Rowley, Founder of 14,4 Foundation, has built his foundation on a passion for helping those whom have been injured in the outdoors, or families who have lost loved ones to the outdoors. This climb marks the first fundraising effort by 14,4 Foundation to help a family who lost a loved one in the line-of-duty. www.Rainier20Twelve.com www.FourteenFour.org --------------------- CLIMBING TEAM: Michael Rowley - Founder - 14,4 Foundation - www.FourteenFour.org Ryan Frederick - Founder - Crux Watches - www.CruxWatches.com Paul Blackmon Brad Castaneda - Creative Director - TwentyFiveThree - www.TwentyFiveThree.com Jeff Marsh - Owner/ Director - 5 Mile Films - www.5MileFilms.com --------------------- Directed by Jeff Marsh - www.5milefilms.com Produced by Fourteen Four Foundation - www.FourteenFour.org Filmed by Bradley Castaneda and Jeff Marsh Edited by Bradley Castaneda - www.BradleyCastaneda.com Editing and Coloring by Jeff Marsh Edited in FCPX Colored in LR4 using VSCO Film presets - www.VisualSupply.co --------------------- GEAR provided by Borrow Lenses - www.BorrowLenses.com Canon 5d Mark 3 Canon 5d Mark 2 Canon 7d Canon 5d iPhone 4s Canon 16-35mm 2.8 L lens Canon 35mm 1.4 L lens Canon 24mm 1.4 mark 2 L lens Canon 24mm 1.4 mark 1 L lens Rode Video Mic Pro -------------------- SPONSORS: Visual Supply Co - www.VisualSupply.co Apple Physical Therapy - www.ApplePT.com Rhino Camera Gear - www.RhinoCameraGear.com Borrow Lenses - www.BorrowLenses.com Die Cut Stickers - www.DieCutStickers.com Makin Music - www.MakinMusic.com Outdoor Research - www.OutdoorResearch.com Crux Watches - www.CruxWatches.com 5 Mile Films - www.5MileFilms.com Bradley Castaneda - www.BradleyCastaneda.com REI - www.REI.com Arc'teryx - www.Arcteryx.com Whittaker Mountaineering - www.WhittakerMountaineering.com Petzl - www.Petzl.com --------------------- DONATIONS: Making donations is simple. Just navigate to www.Rainier20Twelve.com and enter the amount of money you would like to donate. The donations are tax-deductible and receipts are available upon request. Feel free to email us if you have any questions. All proceeds are given to the memorial funds set up by the families of Margaret and Nick. All donations will be processed through the 14,4 Foundation 501(c)3 account.

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    • D+C. Mountain Engagement Film.


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      Shot in the White River Valley and Sunrise areas of Mt. Rainier. Colored with VSCO Film in LR4 and in FCPX. Second filmer: Caleb Babcock. www.5milefilms.com www.jeffmarsh.com Track: "Venice" - Lighthouse and the Whaler

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      • Ice and Light: Mt. Tahoma


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        Mt. Tahoma (also known as Mt. Rainier) is a volcano that at 14,411 feet (4,392 m) dominates the skyline of western Washington and towers over all the other peaks in the Cascades. It's about 50 miles from Seattle. This time-lapse video was shot in July and August of 2009 during expeditions to the northeast side of the mountain. As always, what fascinates me at high altitudes in the mountains is the way the light changes so rapidly, and the way that it reflects off the ice and rock of the glaciers that cloak the mountain. Visit www.timeframesvideo.com to view more from this collection. www.facebook.com/timeframesvideo

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        • Cascade Volcano Ski Tour 2009


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          Eight friends climb and ski notable peaks along the Cascade Volcanic Arc. Over a week, they complete Mt Shasta (CA), Mt Hood (OR), Mt Adams (WA), and Mt Rainier (WA), ranging from 11,000-14,400ft. Many good turns, lots of slogging, and lots of foot pain. Team: Tobin Seagel, Andre Charland, Jamie Bond, Chad Manley, Chad Sayers, Cheddar Watson, Kellie Okonek, and Jordan Manley Music: Cycling Trivialities - jose-gonzalez.com/ jordanmanley.com

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          • Bradford Goes to the Mountains.


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            Bradford came up from Texas and we took him to the foothills of Rainier. We threw rocks. It was cool. Colored with VSCO Film using LR4. The dudes: Ryan Flynn Yuriy Manchik Casey Warren Bradford Martens Jeff Marsh Song: Foals "My Number"

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            • Mount Rainier National Park tv series in 4K - Trailer VOD


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              Enjoy great TV series “Mount Rainier National Park” in a brand-new 4K resolution. This modern eye-melting technology offers a life-like picture. 4K TVs are four times the resolution of HD TV and for landscape scenic documentary movies this new technology means bringing you close to nature. It’s a new window to nature that offers the definition with detail so dense that the human eye won’t see the pixels even in close proximity. 4K technology takes you out of your room and brings you close to nature to an extent that you think you watch the picture live. Sit on your couch, turn on your TV and enjoy “Mount Rainier National Park” TV series come to live. Our movie shows key places and the most popular hikes of the nature landmark. Detailed information on main trails will prepare tourists and residents of Washington State for their hikes. For those who can’t visit Mount Rainier, this film in 4K resolution offers unbelievable opportunity to sit at home in front of a TV screen and enjoy gorgeous nature live. In first episode - take delight in divine views of Carbon River and Movich Lake Area, Spray Park Trail, Tolmie Peak, Mount Fremont Lookout Trail, Berkeley Park Trail, Burroughs Mountain Trail and Palisades Lakes Trail.

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              • Liberty Ridge, Mt. Rainier, WA


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                The Smileys Project: Committed, continues with a successful climb of Liberty Ridge on Mt Rainier. The climb was amazing, all 10,000 vertical feet of it. Justin H. and Matt M. joined us for the climb. All told it took three days to get up and back down. Starting at the White River Campground we hiked into the Winthrop Glacier. Day two we advanced to Thumb Rock. Day three we went to the top and all the way down and out...it was a 16 hour day!

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                • National Parks Timelapse


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                  Timelapse photography from Cody, Julia and Henry's National Parks Roadtrip. You can also view my HDR photography at http://gallery.codywestheimer.com

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                  • Perseids on Rainier


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                    A short timelapse video of stars and the Milky Way circling around, climbers trying to summit Mount Rainier, and a giant Perseids meteor appears to hit Mount Rainier with aftereffects of a swirling smoke trail. Photo of the meteor: http://photography.siddharthasaha.net/Portfolio/Recent-Favorites/13364677_zpz4N#971861832_Qdnjj-A-LB

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                    • Mount Rainier Outing with Chris and Deb


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                      I was in the middle of making this and came across "The Chronos Project" VIDEO CHALLENGE #6 http://www.vimeo.com/forums/topic:3881 then decided to see if I could add this to it. Here's why. First the images are from our past trip to Mt. Rainier in Washington State. The whole process and trip seemed to be all about time. For instance: The planning of how to get there - do we take the 4 hour route or 2 1/2 hour route? We just get there and we just happen to cross paths with the friends we were meeting up with. Perfect timing. The cabin we stayed at wasn't ready even though we were pretty early. Chris and Deb, the other couple, are a little older than us, not that much older but I thought I'd throw that in. Otis didn't poop almost the entire time we were there. That's a long time. Going up to the mountain, driving on icy roads with chains, is a slow drive but the way snow neutralizes everything kinda brings you into a time warp and you begin to forget about time. You just become engulfed by how amazing everything looks. Snow has a way of not only muting the way things look but also how it all sounds. Sound doesn't travel very far. The snow eats it up. So in a sense I felt like I was in a vacuum. I love vacuums. You lose equilibrium, and if you are not from the snow, you almost have to learn your senses again. Time. The title. Roger Moore. I don't know. This video is kind of all over the place. The images and the retro-ness of Mt. Rainier, its Paradise look-out, its James Bond-esqueness. When I got home and viewed the ice and snow images, Roger Moore (although I think he is the worst James Bond and Timothy Dalton doesn't count) is what popped into my head. The lameness and dorkiness, almost comedic way he portrayed James Bond. Anyway, my initial Flickr postings poked fun at the James Bond nostalgia. Then as a technical challenge, I wanted to pull all the images, sound and music to fit that time theme. I let the music do that. Gershon Kingsley's rendition of The Beatle's "Nowhere Man" was perfect. The Moog, despite its futuristic nostalgia, is a great instrument to denote time or a time period. It just gives that right mood. But I didn't think it's 1969 age was old enough. It needed, for lack of a better term, crappiness. I'm not saying crappiness is a negative thing, as in "Our time on Mount Rainier was crappy." I laugh at crappiness. At times crappiness can be hilarious. Which is what makes Roger Moore's James Bond to me, still watch-able. Anyway Nowhere Man is along the lines of The Fool on the Hill for me and how it was used in my favorite Beatles movie, Magical Mystery Tour. I thought for its time, THAT was crappy. I realize if you've made it this far into my description that you've spent a bit of time reading and NOT watching the video. I'll stop wasting your time and especially your imagination and let you view the clip. (Vimeo staff, if you are reading this - This is why I would love to have a way to set descriptions, from the publishers side, to be hidden and give the viewer a choice to read or not read.) Hello 2008 For some reason the Flickr photo option isn't working. Here's the link to the set: http://flickr.com/photos/ianlucero/sets/72157603599718654/

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