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The English Lake District

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by Shrimpfarmer, May 3, 2014.

  1. Shrimpfarmer

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    Currently in the Lake District and this is my first offering.

    [vimeo]93680006[/vimeo]
     
  2. 4wd

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    All good stuff, the overhead of the Roman Fort at Hardknott Pass is outstanding.
     
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    Once again an outstanding job of visual storytelling!
     
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    Can you post a URL link, the imbedded video does not show on my iPad.
     
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    The video evoked my wondering "what was life like when those stone dwellings were active" and how did people get to those areas since it seemed to be in "mountainous" country? I appreciated the many flights that followed contours of the mountains/rock walls and or the flying up the mountains or between valleys that opened up to the the vast scene--very dramatic! I also appreciated both the on the ground view and the higher view that showed the context of the area. Very nice.

    What settings did you use?
     
  7. Shrimpfarmer

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    Thanks for the comments :)

    Link to the video http://vimeo.com/93680006

    I filmed this in 1080p using Protune.
    Edited it into a 720p video in Final Cut Pro X.
     
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    Mighty impressed Ken... Not many people get water to flow up hill!
     
  9. Shrimpfarmer

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    Good spot :) and for my next trick I will get a horse walking backwards :)
     
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    Another excellent video Ken! Thanks.