1. Journey Part 1


    from Andrew Walker / Added

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    This timelapse video is a collection of footage shot over the last year and a half around the western half of the United States. The shots ranged from very different locations. From Montana to Arizona and most weren't easy to get to but of course that makes them worth going to. The locations captured ranged in temps of 100 degrees to -9 degrees and in elevations of 12,000 feet to 225 feet below sea level. It took over 15,000 captured still images to make this video. I would like to thank the companies that provided motion control equipment. http://www.dynamicperception.com/ http://www.kesslercrane.com/ The TB3 eMotimo that I used along with the Dynamic Perception Stage Zero was a huge help in getting some of these shots. http://emotimo.com/ Music: "Journey to the Line" Artist: Hans Zimmer https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/journey-to-the-line/id212408475?i=212408687 Website: http://599productions.com/ Twitter: Drew599 There will be a follow up video to this one that will cover the urban aspect.

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    • A Timelapse Journey with Nature: 2009-2011


      from Henry Jun Wah Lee / Evosia / Added

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      Website: http://www.evosia.com Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/​evosiastudios (for updates and behind the scenes) Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/​evosia A timelapse journey with nature. This is my showreel from 2009 to present. Enjoy! Scenes include (in order of appearance): Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest Mono Lake Joshua Tree National Park Alabama Hills Lunar Eclipse of December 2010 Monument Valley Salton Sea Tuscon, Arizona Jeju Island, South Korea Yosemite National Park Petrified Forest National Park Death Valley National Park Horseshoe Bend More about this film: http://evosiastudios.com/2011/07/19/video-a-timelapse-journey-with-nature-2009-2011/ Film by Henry Jun Wah Lee, Evosia Studios Soundtrack: Hans Zimmer - The Dark Knight Soundtrack Motion / Timelapse gear from Kessler Crane. Henry is a Kessler sponsored shooter. www.kesslercrane.com Gear: Cameras: Canon 5D Mk II, 60D, 7D, T1i, T2i, Sx10is Motion Timelapse: Kessler Crane Pocket Dolly, Cineslider, Turntable and Oracle controller. Lenses: 14mm 2.8, 16-35mm 2.8, 24-70mm 2.8, 24mm 1.4 Celestron CPC 800 Telescope

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      • In New England - Fall 2013


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        This October, we did a hiking and leaf peeping trip through beautiful New England (Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut) for just 12 days. It was right at the same time as the US government shutdown which turned out to be a rather odd experience. This is a collection of moments and thoughts. Directed & edited by: Vincent Urban Filmed by: Vincent Urban & Alex Tank twitter.com/vincenturban - instagram.com/vincenturban Music: Sophie Hutchings - "Portrait Of Haller" Filmed with Canon 5D Mark II and Sony FS100 Watch the other travel clips here: In Morocco: https://vimeo.com/73605534 In South Amercia: https://vimeo.com/53673455 In Oman: vimeo.com/95308951 In New York: https://vimeo.com/50631254

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        • Ascendance


          from Henry Jun Wah Lee / Evosia / Added

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          Play full screen so you can count the meteors! Shot in Joshua Tree National Park and the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest during the Perseid meteor shower. Features ancient trees, lightning, rainbows, meteors, the Milky Way, and lots of stars. Enjoy! Download the soundtrack for free, courtesy of Justin Durbin: http://www.edgenmusic.com/edgen_fields_of_honor.mp3 Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/evosiastudios Follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/evosia Website: www.evosiastudios.com Music is Fields of Honor by Justin R. Durban, www.justindurban.com Ascendance is a tribute to nature's unpredictable power and beauty. I went out to film the Perseid meteor shower but I encountered so much more. When you are out there, you never know for sure what nature will bring. Always be ready for a magical experience. :) Film is shot, directed and edited by Henry Jun Wah Lee Available in 4K Henry is a Kessler sponsored shooter. http://www.kessleru.com

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          • Light In Motion


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            A timelapse photography film introduced at the InMotion 2013 juried art exhibition in Torrance, California. Filmed and edited by Brian Hawkins of Redondo Beach, California, "Light In Motion" reveals the dynamic nature of light through the process of digital timelapse photography. Locations include Los Angeles, the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Hawaii, the Nevada Great Basin, and rural Illinois. Content was created over two years from several thousand individual photographs using DSLR cameras and was digitally graded and mastered at 4K resolution. Twitter: https://twitter.com/Brian_Hawkins Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BrianHawkinsPhotography Instagram: http://instagram.com/hawkinsvisuals For licensing inquiries or bespoke production, contact Brian Hawkins. Brian@BrianHawkinsPhotography.com (815) 745-4295

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            • Light Of The Night


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              12,500+ photographs, 3,000+ miles driving, 250 miles hiked, and 500 hours later, I am very happy to present to you, Light Of The Night. A short film capturing just a small sample of the beautiful New England star filled landscapes. Putting this short film together has been one of the most incredible journeys I've yet to embark on. Traveling from place to place, hiking hundreds of miles of New England's trail systems, meeting a an awesome bunch of other photographers along the way, the lovely and unpredictable New England weather, and last but not least spending so much time under the stars, are the memories that I will remember for a life time. I couldn't thank my friends enough for being a part of this project in one way or another! Whether it was hanging out while shooting photos, hiking out to spots, taking long drives from place to place, answering technical questions, putting up with me sitting at the computer every day for a month straight, you have all helped out so much!

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              • The Bristlecone's Fate - AudioVision Ep. 3


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                Bristlecone pines are the oldest trees on Earth. The oldest, Methuselah, has lived more than 4,800 years. From their perch atop the White Mountains at California's eastern edge, the bristlecones have survived as entire human civilizations have arisen and disappeared. But there's a new threat to the bristlecone's existence, a globe-spanning emanation more menacing than anything they've faced in thousands of years. That threat is the subject of "The Vanishing Groves," an essay by Ross Andersen that appeared in Aeon Magazine. This episode of AudioVision is adapted from an abridged version of that essay. If you liked this video, you should read it: http://aeon.co/magazine/nature-and-cosmos/ross-andersen-bristlecone-pines-anthropocene/ To learn more about this video visit http://KPCC.org and click on AudioVision. CREDITS Produced by Grant Slater and Mae Ryan http://grant-slater.com http://maeryan.com ORIGINAL SCORE BY Stephanie Smith http://music.stephiescastle.com/ ADDITIONAL FOOTAGE Ports Footage by Stella Kalinina http://stellakalinina.com Mayfly footage by YouTube User WildWorldSeVeN http://www.youtube.com/user/WildWorldSeVeN CAMERA ASSISTANCE Sage Price (Also Axe Wielding) Cody Smith Danny Yadron SPECIAL THANKS TO Maui Amati Cole Andersen Daniel Barulich Emily Berl Matthew Salzer Maya Sugarman Simon Yokoyama Country Kitchen The Bristlecone Manor Motel

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                • Working For The Weekend 1 - Tuckerman Ravine


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                  In this first episode, Ben Leoni explains his motivations for starting the project and why the hell a certified ski bum decided to become a hard working attorney. With friends tagging along he endures the highs and lows of Eastern skiing: ice, wind, rain, and the occasional "perfect" day, all while hiking and shredding down the steepest, most iconic backcountry location in the region: Tuckerman Ravine, Mount Washington, NH. Music in this episode: Sofa Surfers - "See the Light" Panama - "Always" Ben Khan - "Savage" Blue States - "Red and Shine" _______________________________ About The "Working For The Weekend" Series: Longtime Meathead Films veteran, Ben Leoni, is now living in Portland, Maine, holding down a career and the daily office grind. In between piles of paperwork, he dreams of his weekends skiing in the mountains. Last season he made those dreams a reality. Ben spent the winter of 2013 skiing the Northeast without the aid of chairlifts. Showcasing legendary backcountry zones as well as hidden gems around New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine, "Working For The Weekend" is a groundbreaking new web series and the first of its kind in the region. From deep powder to treacherous ice, Ben and his crew of friends embody the "earn your turns" mantra for the East Coast. All episodes can be viewed here: skitheeast.net/category/tv/meathead-films/working-for-the-weekend/ ______________________________ Flylow Presents: Working for the Weekend A Meathead Films Production Featuring Ben Leoni Additonal Shredding By: Louise Lintilhac, Stacey Rachdorf, Brooks Motley, Paige Fitzgerald, Ashely Maxfield, Noah Ranallo, Dominic Castine, Carter Snow, Dylan Dipentima, Carla von Trapp Hunter and more Filmed On Location: New Hampshire // Vermont // Maine Principle Cinematography: Jim Surette Additional Cinematography: Lincoln Benedict, Lucas Van Oss, Brian Post, Christopher James, Will Hallett, George Watts Proudly Supported By: www.flylowgear.com www.kombisnow.com www.gore-tex.com www.baxterbrewing.com www.gearx.com www.libertyskis.com www.smithoptics.com

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                  • A Tuckerman Tradition


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                    Tuckerman Ravine, located on the eastern slope of New Hampshireʼs Mt. Washington, is considered by many to be the epicenter of the New England skiing tradition. For nearly 100 years, people have made their annual pilgrimage to this backcountry skiing destination. Jeff Leich, Executive Director of the New England Ski Museum offers some historical insight: “The first party on skis that thereʼs any record of in Tuckerman Ravine was a Dartmouth Outing Club group in 1913. In the 1930s, ski racing found a home on the mountain and in 1937 the first Giant Slalom in the United States was held in the ravine." What makes Tuckermanʼs Ravine and skiing in the area so special? Why has it remained a rite of passage for so many generations of skiers and backcountry enthusiasts? My premise is that beyond spectacle of the weekend party scene, it is the tradition and link to skiing history that adds to the allure of “Tuckʼs.”

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                    • Autumn golden mist


                      from PIX IN MOTION by Leo Bar / Added

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                      When the struggle for supremacy between Winter and Autumn - night and day begins to unfold, we can witness amazing events, light, darkness, cold, fog, mist and colors. These are observations beginning with early twilight prior to sunrise and continuing as the day progresses, offering us the richness and beauty of the season. I hope you're having a peaceful Autumn, and are getting ready for the Winter. My thanksgiving wishes to all, for a beautiful season. Leo ~ Music: Troppo lontano da te - Andrea Rossi :: http://www.jamendo.com/en/track/752163/troppo-lontano-da-te Remix by Leo Bar Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0) Photographed during October, 2012 in the states of Massachusetts and New Hampshire See more info and links on my blog :: http://wp.me/pBIIx-dL

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