Pinnacles National Park Time Lapse in 4K

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We've been going back through projects that we filmed ages ago, and are actually editing and releasing them! There are plenty more to come from 2015 and 2016!

This video is our timelapse film of Pinnacles National Park that we filmed back in April of 2016! We spent a little over a week in the park. We camped, hiked the trails, climbed through talus caves, and saw some beautiful sights.

Pinnacles National Park is a fascinating place. It looks out of place with the surrounding topography: The rocks jut out from the otherwise rolling green hills of the Salinas Valley area in California. The park is a release site for reintroducing the California Condor out of captivity and back into the wild, and we were able to see the condors several times while there.

One thing that I really tried to push while filming this was to capture the actual on-site natural sound. I had a stereo audio recorder with me, and at each location that I filmed a timelapse I would also record about 30 seconds of audio.

The equipment used for this film was:

Panasonic GH4
Lumix 7-14mm f4.0
Canon 70-200mm f2.8
Metabones adapter (to mount the Canon lens)
Dynamic Perception Stage Zero Timelapse Slider
Zoom H4n audio recorder
Manfrotto tripod

The music is "Bloom" by Analog Heart, and it was licensed through I also used this artist's music for my Death Valley Timelapse film:

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