Posted on August 20, 2012 by Matt Weier
Some fascinating underwater footage from a small austrian park that floods with mountain runoff.
Something about this anatopism of underwater meadow complete with fish has inspired a lot of people to take footage of this park and set it to tranquil minimalist soundtrack as seen in the following clip I found first via Devour.
I can’t seem to track down who originally posted these but judging by the matching intro titles, I’m assuming they are both the work of Benedik Alexander and Umlauf Jennifer.
Nothing captures the nuance of expression quite like ridiculously high-framerate cameras.
Perhaps you’ve already seen this documentary. If not, check it out — it’s already on Netflix OnDemand. Babies is overflowing with gorgeous cinematography from 4 corners of the world. What I liked best is that it really captures what makes us alike as humans while at the same time pointing out just how different we are.
It’s also one of the only documentaries that I’ve ever seen which makes its point completely and effectively without the use of any dialog or VO narration.
A transcendent journey to Mt Everest with some incredibly talented photographers/videographers.
This branded content piece was produced for Crestliner at Pixel Farm Digital.
What happens when you leave technology behind?
Sometimes when things look obvious or trivial, you need to slow things down a bit and take a closer look. Using high framerate cameras, people are able to do exactly this, as seen in this example with lightning.
Never underestimate Nature’s ability to amaze you. Sometimes no fancy technology is needed to create amazing things.