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June 10, 2013 Adventure, Creativity, Video 4 Comments

Written by: Charlie Borland

If you are an avid, or not, photographer looking to make movies with your video capable dSLR, then you probably spend time looking at the work of others. I do because I want to learn how great adventure and nature filmmakers create their moving images. Simply to learn.

I look at camera angles, lighting, movements, high speed motion vs. slow speed motion, audio, music, and most importantly; the story. I spotted this video  on Chase Jarvis site that brilliantly shows all those ingredients I mentioned, masterfully molded into a 7 minute film on kayaking in Mexico. The A-team is Anson Fogel and Skip Armstrong of NRS and Forge Films, collaborating on this project; Cascada. Take a minute and be inspired.

CASCADA from NRS Films on Vimeo.

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  1. Nice. Saw this, too.

    Another you might enjoy, if you haven’t seen it already, is the “Auclair” street segment from the film All I Can.

    I saw this in its entirety at a filming of the Banff Mtn Film Festival a couple years ago. Stunning cinematography – both in terms of its action segments but also many scenes depicting natural (mountain – it’s a ski flick, after all) environments.

    You can view it here – enjoy ;) http://vimeo.com/32863936

  2. admin says:

    Thanks Wesley, I am gonna check it out.


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