1. Snowshoeing Through Sisters


    from Casey Minter / Added

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    Follow along as one of Envision's videographers pushes his boundaries in a midwinter climb to the summit of South Sister near Bend, Oregon.

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    • Snowshoeing South Sister: A Firsthand Look at the Untouched Beauty of the Three Sisters Wilderness Area in Winter


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      Follow along as Envision reporter and videographer Dawood Alnassar heads out onto the frozen, snow-covered paths of South Sister. Over several day long trips, Dawood and his friend strive for the peak of South Sister, while examining their own fitness, relationship to the wild and the role that this untrammeled wilderness has in the surrounding community.

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      • Fat Bike Boarding


        from Funny Feelings / Added

        In April of 2014, Josh Dirksen, Forrest Shearer, Adam Haynes and a small media crew from frequency TSJ rode fat bikes to the base of South Sister, OR. From there, they donned splitboards and spent four days camping and riding on the mountain the locals call Charity.

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        • Three Sisters Wilderness Timelapse


          from Chris Whitlow / Added

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          In August, 2014 we went on a 4-day backpacking trip into the Three Sisters Wilderness beginning at the Pole Creek Trailhead. Along with our gear we packed in my Dynamic Perception Stage Zero Time Lapse Dolly, 2 cameras and three tripods. In addition to our normal backpacking gear we easily had over 20 pounds of camera equipment.We camped at Demaris Lake and two nights at Camp Lake near the saddle between South and Middle Sister. One night we endured a thunder, lightning and hail storm, but other than that the weather was fantastic and the skies were perfect for time lapsing. Time Lapsing continues to present new challenges and new things to figure out, On this trip, I tried (with some success) bulb ramping exposures. Some new things I figured out are that you really need to put electric tape over all the lights on your time lapse electronics or you end up with a strangely lit, red or green foreground. I learned that along with putting a hand warmer around your lens, you should also put some bug spray on that hand warmer or you might get bugs walking all over your lens. Just when I think I've got everything dialed in, something new crops up. Always learning….

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            • Danner for Tanner Goods - The Mountain Light McKenzie


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              What calls on us to get out, get away, get beyond our day to day? What is it we are hoping to discover there, in the way far out? We don’t know. And that’s why we keep going, why we keep packing more work into the week so we can skip town on Friday and find a way into the woods or the desert or to the ocean. Because we know that whatever it is that’s out there, it’s part of what fills us up and keeps us going. We’ve never been shy about our love of the Pacific Northwest landscape. To honor that love, and make sure we do it justice in our ongoing explorations, we’ve partnered again with Danner to design a special make up of the Mountain Light silhouette -- one that’s suited to the rugged topography of the place we call home. To test drive this new boot, we took some cameras and some packs to five distinct, east-of-the-Cascades locations: Fort Rock, Steens Mountain, South Sister, Mt. Jefferson and the Painted Hills. We hope you like the results. Hand crafted in the USA to Danner’s exacting standards, this latest offering in our ongoing relationship with a company we admire is built to handle whatever you throw at it. For more information, please visit www.tannergoods.com and www.danner.com To purchase the Mountain Light McKenzie boots featured in the film, please click here (http://goo.gl/vDyiT8) Special thanks to TAIGA principal directors Ryan Bush and Aaron Rayburn. To view more of their work, please visit https://vimeo.com/wearetaiga Score by Dave Gulick V.O. Acting by Adam R. Garcia - thepressure.org/

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              • Backpacking in Oregon


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                A short edit of a backpacking trip in the Three Sisters/Brokentop wilderness area.

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                • Backpacking - Sisters, Oregon


                  from Ian Langenhuysen / Added

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                  Back in August, 2012 a group of us backpacked the Three Sisters Wilderness and summited South Sister. I have put off editing this, but finally got around to it. I shlepped a couple of cameras and a tripod for four days and captured a couple of awesome sunsets, a few star timelapses and the beauty of the area. This was shot on a Canon 5D Mark II, a Canon 60D and a GoPro. Edited in Final Cut Pro. Music "Posters" by Youth Lagoon and "Beyond The Dying Light" by God is an Astronaut. Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ilangenhuysen

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                  • In Plain Sight


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                    After reading reports from various news stations on July 12th, 2012, I knew there was going to be a strong chance of capturing the aurora borealis over Central Oregon. Almost a month prior I had captured the aurora over Crater Lake by pure coincidence while teaching a workshop. This time I planned to be out in the high country to ensure I was in the right place, at the right time. Read more at http://goldpaintphotography.com/2012/11/01/inplainsight/ Music composed by Serge Essiambre entitled, 'Healing Waters'. - www.sergeessiambre.com. Limited edition, fine-art prints are available at goldpaintphotography.com/purchase. In-field and online workshops are available. For more info, visit: goldpaintphotography.com/workshops. Facebook: facebook.com/goldpaintphotography Twitter: twitter.com/goldpaintphoto Google+: plus.google.com/117178975214870026107/ Newsletter: goldpaintphotography.us4.list-manage1.com/subscribe?u=1cd259fff3f13363d6b10e257&id=2cf51e18d3 All footage was captured using Nikon equipment. No motion control systems used. Copyright © 2012 Goldpaint Photography, All Rights Reserved. For consideration only, no reproduction or commercial use without prior authorization in writing.

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                    • Aurora Borealis Timelapse - Cascade Mountains Oregon


                      from Jason Brownlee / Added

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                      http://jasonbrownleedesign.com/ https://www.facebook.com/jasonbrownleedesign This was shot on July 15th, 2012 in the Central Oregon Cascade Mountains. Please feel free to share! Last weekend I headed up to the Cascade Lakes for a day of shooting, swimming and enjoying what Central Oregon has to offer. A few days before I had heard that the Aurora Borealis would make a rare appearance in OR and my hopes were set high to try to shoot it for the first time later in the night. As the day progressed the clouds grew and skies became grey over much of the area. My hopes dwindled but I figured I would stick it out to try for a sunset shot from one of my once or twice a year photography stops in the area. As I ate dinner I watched the cloud bank start to disperse. The sunset was going to be foiled by the looks of things but I grew hopeful once again for the Aurora shot. I joined the crowd at the popular trail along the lake shore in hopes for some sort of a sunset. We watched what few clouds were left slowly disappear without a shot. I wasn't that let down. The others all left shortly after the sun dropped beyond the horizon and I pulled up a seat on the bench to wait for nightfall and my real subject. The Aurora started out slow but grew to storm levels about 6 hours later, when I was able to create this timelapse. I feel pretty fortunate I was able to have the opportunity to shoot this as myself and the one other photographer who kept me company throughout the night have never seen an Aurora shot from this location. Near the end you can see the light of climbers heading up South Sister.

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