1. Mt. Hehuan with sea of clouds & Milky Way @ TAIWAN


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    Mt. Hehuan with sea of clouds & Milky Way @ TAIWAN SONY EX1 CANON 5D + 5D2 EF 16-35/F2.8 II EF 17-35/F2.8 EF 24-70/F2.8 EF 70-200/F4 IS EF 35/F1.4 http://www.louisch.com louisch.a1@msa.hinet.net

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    • The Ultimate Pizza Delivery to a Place with the World's Worst Weather


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      I recently traveled up Mount Washington (6,288 ft), New England's highest and wildest peak, to document an extreme pizza delivery. Nearly eight hard miles up a frozen mountain road in a Snow Cat to get a pizza to the working summit scientists. Check out my full blog with BTS pictures: http://www.tomguilmette.com/archives/2222

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      • Thee Silver Mt. Zion "I Built Myself A Metal Bird"


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        Thee Silver Mt. Zion "I Built Myself A Metal Bird" / Kollaps Tradixionales Directed by Seth W. Owen ... The first-ever official video by Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra. Features a live recording of the song from Kollaps Tradixionales, performed in their rehearsal space at Thee Olde Hotel2Tango in Montréal. Directed by Seth W. Owen Director of Photography Ian MacMillan 8-track analog audio tape recording by Howard Bilerman Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra Kollaps Tradixionales www.cstrecords.com/cst063

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        • Viewing the Night Sky in Summer


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          Exploring the limits of resolution and dynamic range when using the F55 in 4K RAW mode, this film was shot on location at the historic Mt. Wilson Observatory. A handmade structure of the highest grade worn by a hundred years of service, the Observatory presents a wide variety of very high detail backdrops, contrasted by a model for skin tone reference. Hard sunlight provides a very high contrast image which also tests the ability of the camera to capture wide dynamic range images, while also showing what happens when that dynamic range is exceeded. A filmic highlight roll off is possible when images are captured in 16-bit precision. Please try to see a screening of this film in 4K if possible, the compressed web version can only capture so much. Director / DP: Randy Wedick Producer: Brett Gillespie Music: "Time Lapse" by Ludovico Einaudi, off the album Time Lapse. Available for purchase on iTunes here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/time-lapse/id589994095?i=589994097 Special Thanks to our Sponsors: Sony, Canon, Leica, Tiffen, Cartoni, Leader, Codex, Inovativ Carts, G-Technology, Fill-Lite, Matthews, The Camera House. © Band Pro Film & Digital, Inc.

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          • Extreme Winds - Weather Intern E-man on Adams Building Summit Deck - Mount Washington


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            Winds blowing at 80, gusting at 90MPH on the summit of Mt. Washington in New Hampshire. Home of the worlds worst weather. A snow cat was scheduled to arrive this morning, but had to turn back 3/4 of the way up the mountain due to blowing snow and zero visibility. Later tonight, the winds are forecasted to blow close to 140MPH. This video was shot on a Sony F800 XDCAM. The mics are Sony UWP RF with custom windscreens. http://www.tomguilmette.com

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            • PCT Ramona to Bridge of the Gods


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              40 miles, 2 days, PCT. We started at the Ramona Falls trail head and connected to the PCT there because there was too much snow at Timberline Lodge. 20 miles to Indian Spring campground to spend the night. Another 20 miles two Bridge of the Gods celebrated with a burger and beer.

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              • The Mt. Whitney Night Photography Extravaganza


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                Five of us headed to Mt. Whitney, the tallest peak in the continental U.S.. After being delayed by a July snowstorm, on the final possible night of our window, we went ahead with the night photography shoot. Two climbed the 13,800-ft-tall Mt. Irvine and spent the night on the summit. Two set up cameras above the Whitney base camp. The fifth carried seven headlamps to the summit of Whitney and back, throwing a somewhat absurd amount of light into the darkness. Prints and timelapse footage are available for sale. Contact sean@sgphotos.com for details. Gear: 3x Canon 6D, 2x Canon 5D Mk. 3, Canon 5D Mk. 2, Nikon D800E, Nikon D5300. Rokinon 14mm f/2.8, Tokina 11-16 f/2.8, 2x Nikon 14-24 f/2.8, Rokinon 24mm f/1.4, Sigma 35mm f/1.4 Art, Sigma 50mm f/1.4 Art, Canon 24-70 f/2.8L II, and a boatload of timer remotes. We powered the cameras from LiPo batteries and custom adapters that I built. Music: "All That We Are" by Angels & Airwaves

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                • Brenden Leib 08-09 season so far


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                  baker shreddin' and jumpin'

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                  • Kang Nachugo South Face Attempt


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                    David Gottlieb and Joe Puryear attempting the South Face of Kang Nachugo, (6,735 meters), Rolwaling Himal, Nepal, before later making the first ascent of the peak. Visit www.climbnepal.blogspot.com for more details.

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                    • Mount Washington Observatory ObsCast - Self Arrest with an Ice Axe


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                      http://www.tomguilmette.com Brian Fitzgerald shows you how an ice axe can save your life in the mountains. Shot for MWObs website. http://www.mountwashington.org/education/edutrips

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