Our drive on March 10th 2015 to Nashville TN. We make a stop at Mammoth Cave National Park for a tour before getting to Nashville to catch a show at the Grand Ole Opry. You also see us stop at our first Drive-In fast food place! The video doesn't quite make it all the way to Nashville, don't remember why :/
This is a montage of timelapses taken around Louisville, Kentucky over the course of roughly a year and a half. I started this project off on February 28, 2012 and took my last shot on September 13, 2013. Through this video I've explored more of Louisville than I ever thought I would, and met some friendly people along the way. This was originally going to be my first timelapse video, but I didn't have enough to finish it in 2012. While waiting for leaves to return to the trees in Louisville, I headed to eastern Kentucky and shot for a week around there and released the second timelapse video I started on before releasing this one. When you don't place a time limit on yourself you can get some really good shots, but end up taking a long time to make something as close to perfect as possible. If you want to read some stories behind a selection of shots check out my site at: www.OCEANLLAMA.com http://oceanllama.com/?p=171 http://oceanllama.com/?p=159 Music is provided by "Interstates" http://interstates.bandcamp.com/ Footage is available for licence at up to 5K resolution @ http://oceanllama.com/?page_id=184 If you have any questions or comments message me or write something out below. Eric Stemen. Here are some technical aspects of the video. Camera Gear: Panasonic GH2 Panasonic 7-14mm Panasonic 20mm Panasonic 45mm Panasonic 14-140mm Panasonic 100-300mm Support Gear: Manfrotto 535 legs Sachtler FSB-8 head Kessler Pocket Dolly Ver1 Kessler Shuttle Pod Mini Oracle controller and motors Computer: Windows 7 LRTimelapse Adobe Production Premium CS6 GBDflicker Intel i7-3770 32GB RAM 2 x 2TB Hard Drives 610GB worth of photos Time Spent: 208.9 hours of shooting/driving/set up time 40 hours of edit time roughly 79 hours color correcting 20 hours on final exports 10 hours figuring out analytics 357.9 hours spent on video not including: Location scouts Shoots I didn't even bother to capture Rendering each scene into a video file from a series of still photos Of the 120 locations I saved, 79 made it into the final video. If anyone really wants to see the locations of any of the spots I've included a spreadsheet that include Google Maps locations at the following link: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AmQVKqkZtujedHhUNTJNcERvV2pWZUhuLVNHZHFBSXc&usp=sharing
Old amusement park out of business
This all-new production features recent digital video shot entirely with a Traveler HD 10X Digital Video Camera. This was recorded on Thursday, July 14, 2011 while on my way to Tennessee: Welcome to Cave City, Kentucky, located at Exit 53 on I-65. This is a tourist area capitalizing on the many caves in the area and featuring tourist attractions which are available for the enjoyment of kids of all ages. In this video, I capture a few scenes of the dinosaurs which are visible to promote Dinosaur World. Onyx Cave is also located at this exit. There are also scenes of a Haunted Hotel and a country store. Learn more about Cave City here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cave_City,_Kentucky The original music is performed by Kevin MacLeod and it is provided royalty free from http://www.incompetech.com/ The raw video was converted and edited with Vegas 8. The converted video was stabilized with DynaPel SteadyHand. The credits were created with Windows Movie Maker. Thank you for viewing. Please rate and comment on this video. .
Time lapse Louisville KY to Nashville TN in 8 minutes
Take a look at Dinosaur World in Cave City, KY
Our drive on March 9th 2015 from Charleston WV to Cave City KY. We made a few stops along the way including the Natural Bridge in Daniel Boone National Forest, The first KFC in Crobin KY, and Cumberland Falls.
attractions in the countryside on the Tennessee River, take a ride & look around!