Published on Jan 30, 2014
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We visited the Blue Mountains reserve in NSW, Australia for a couple of days back in november 2013. Unfortunately the weather was so bad we could only shoot for an hour before the rain and wind kept us inside for two full days. On the last day the weather finally cleared up and we got up early to shoot the rising fog and clouds over the valleys. After another good hike we set up the gear at Princess lookout, which gives you a beautiful view of Wentworth falls. Definitely a must-see when you're around.
A big thanks goes out to Amelia!
All the sequences were shot with a Canon 5D MkIII DSLR and Yongnuo intervalometer.
I shot 3128 photos for these videos, the photos were edited in Lightroom 5 and compiled in After Effects. Edit happened in FCPX, motion was added in AE.
A list of my gear for the gearheads:
Canon 5D MkIII
Canon 600D/Rebel T3i
Canon 70-200L 2,8 IS II
Magic Lantern Unified
Macbook Pro Retina
Seagate, Western Digital and Samsung 1TB mobile harddrives.
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