A one-take journey through Russia’s iconic Hermitage museum | Shot on iPhone 11 Pro
Experience a 5 hr 19 min 28 sec cinematic journey through one of the world’s biggest museums in St. Petersburg, Russia. Take in 45 galleries, 588 masterpieces, and live performances, shot in 4K on iPhone 11 Pro in one continuous take. Watch the highlights: 00:01:25 Jordan Staircase 00:49:00 The 1812 Gallery and the young cadet 02:06:02 See Rembrandt like never before 02:55:56 Hermitage Theatre contemporary ballet duet 03:03:50 Study the ceilings of the Raphael Loggias 03:56:25 Close-up on Caravaggio’s The Lute Player 04:50:32 Kirill Richter live performance Director: Axinya Gog Listen to the soundtrack highlights on Apple Music https://apple.co/33JLjYp Composers, in order of appearance: Anton Schwarz MUJUICE Katushiro Oguri Gabriel Prokofiev Kirill Richter Follow us on Instagram https://apple.co/38AtxHN Learn more about iPhone 11 Pro https://apple.co/2TxSgIu
"ISANG MILYON" means one million in Filipino. I clearly dont' know how many fishes I saw but maybe more than a million ! Some shots I took during incredible dives last year. It was the first time I saw a sardine run. This is how I tried to transpose what I felt in this edit. The dynamic song really helped me to edit this insanity. I chose the black and white grading to accentuate the graphic side and the movements of the shoal. Again my friend Air Goat composed this great custom song. You can listen a long version here : https://soundcloud.com/airgoatmusic/isang-milyon Follow him on his social media : https://soundcloud.com/airgoatmusic https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKlaKYPZ2UmicAszxh3wWfQ This movie was made possible with the help of Pronto Prod, Frank Sanson and Philippe Macgaw. Filmed during the shooting of a documentary for Pronto Prod about SAVE PHILIPPINE SEAS. They are doing a wonderful job, support them on https://www.facebook.com/savephilippineseas All my diving equipment is provided by EPIR L'Île Rousse / Sébastien Jung, the best diving center of Corsica http://www.epirplongee.com/ You can see some underwater pictures on my instagram https://www.instagram.com/tompeyrat/
SAND IN THE SKY
Traveling with a baby is an interesting thing. They add all sorts of challenges to any trip you do. Long flights, strollers, nap schedules, and car seats all seem to pile up and complicate what is supposed to be a relaxing vacation. Sometimes, you may even find yourself wondering...is all this effort worth it for a baby who won't even remember the trip? All these experiences and memories will eventually disappear, like a fading dream. So is it worth it? I hope so. I hope these experiences were somehow baked into Ollie's tiny cells as his body was developing. So as the dream fades away, he is left with some form of inspiration that may re-surface later in life. Maybe it will help him appreciate nature...or make him want to explore beyond the horizon? I have no idea...but I hope so. This video is a result of me grappling with these questions, and trying to document this point in my son's life. Ollie was 8 months old when we traveled to Hawaii. Exactly 1 year later, we sat him down and "interviewed" him about his trip. By this time, I assume his memories had already faded to a dream like state, so I wrote a script that reflected that. MUSIC. "Oliver's Travels" Composed by: Jared Blizzard - Beautiful work man! Pumped to have you on the team. "Palemote" by: Slow Meadow (Hammock Music) // THANK YOU so much for giving us permission to use your beautiful song. We really appreciate it. For anyone interested in hearing more, please VISIT: http://bit.ly/slowmeadow EDIT. Jordan Ingram - THANK YOU so much for your unbelievable patience and understanding as I made a million changes and tweaked this edit over and over again. I really do appreciate it, and had an awesome time collaborating with you on this edit. Nina THANK YOU so much for all your patience and help with this project. You rule.
John Muir - Coming Home
John Muir - Coming Home is a short film directed by Michael Coleman a Martinez, California native inspired by the writings of naturalist, author and early advocate of wilderness preservation John Muir. Many of the locations featured in the film are authentic to Muir's life including his home in Martinez, California, northeast of Oakland and Muir Woods National Monument just north of San Francisco, California. Muir's original writings and books were shot at his home including the windmill that accompanies the 2,600-acre fruit orchard that surrounded his families property and John Muir's desk in the "Scribble Den". Muir was perhaps this country's most famous and influential naturalist. If it weren't for John Muir and his writings, we probably would not have Yosemite National Park as we know it today. He was also involved in the creation of the Grand Canyon, Kings Canyon, Petrified Forest, and Mt. Rainier National Parks. Additionally, his writings about Alaska led to further preservation of the landscape over time. Because of his influential writings and role in the creation of multiple parks, he is often called "The Father of Our National Park System." John Muir was born on April 21, 1838 and Earth Day is celebrated around the world on April 22nd. More information: www.nps.gov/jomu/index.htm About the filmmaker: Michael Coleman is an accomplished Director whose behind-the-scenes work has been featured in such films as Director Brett Morgen’s, The Rolling Stones: Crossfire Hurricane, Director Cameron Crowe's, Pearl Jam Twenty, Director Nimrod Antal’s, Metallica: Through the Never and Aerosmith’s multi platinum film, You Gotta Move. Michael is also the creator of the SoundWorks Collection video series which profiles the talent behind audio post-production and original soundtrack compositions. More information: www.colemanfilm.com John Muir - Coming Home Text by John Muir I am losing precious days. I am degenerating into a machine for making money. I am learning nothing in this trivial world of men. I must break away and get out into the mountains to learn the news. (Alaska Days with John Muir) Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountains is going home; that wildness is a necessity. (Our National Parks) Walk away quietly in any direction and taste the freedom of the mountaineer. Camp out among the grasses and gentians of glacial meadows, in craggy garden nooks full of nature's darlings. Climb the mountains and get their good tidings, Nature's peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you and the storms their energy, while cares will drop off like autumn leaves. As age comes on, one source of enjoyment after another is closed, but nature's sources never fail. (Our National Parks) The sun shines not on us but in us. The rivers flow not past, but through us. Thrilling, tingling, vibrating every fiber and cell of the substance of our bodies, making them glide and sing. The trees wave and the flowers bloom in our bodies as well as our souls, and every bird song, wind song, and tremendous storm song of the rocks in the heart of the mountains is our song, our very own, and sings our love. (Mountain Thoughts)