Overlooked

New video I made features timelapse photography, HDR timelapse, and video from various trips throughout the year since I’ve boughten my Canon 60D. It’s been a learning experience and I am excited to see whats in store for the future.

I wanted to create a video that was a bit different than the ordinary “timelapse” video you see so much of. I wanted to give it a modern edgy edit, but be unique and humble in content. It really comes down to man vs nature. Remember to support the National Parks and get outside! If you have any questions, I’d be happy to answer them.

Overlooked has only been out for a short while and response has been great! A few hundred views in under a week!

Thanks for all the support and please feel free to share the video!

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By |2018-04-21T06:10:43+00:00December 19th, 2012|Project|2 Comments

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  1. William Williams July 9, 2014 at 5:29 am - Reply

    Hey Alex,
    Amazing cinematography and timelapses! i stumbled across your webpage looking into the ski film industry, would love to know more about it and the industry in general, as i’m almost half way through my degree here in Australia.
    This video could also be an amazing shot reel!
    Keep shooting!
    William

    • Alex Hogue July 9, 2014 at 8:16 am - Reply

      William,
      Thanks for checking out my work! I really appriciate the compliment!
      What would you like to know? I’ve been out of college for a couple years now, so I can let you know as much as I know so far, but as I’m sure you know – it’s a constant learning process and challenge to keep up with the industry. Always stay on your toes and keep pushing yourself.
      I’ve always had a strong urge to travel, and i’ve been pursuing that dream as much as I can in spare time. I love the outdoors and capturing it – so that those who can’t can at least appreciate it.
      You’re comment means a lot and is what pushes me to continue. I’d love to discuss more in-depth and share what I’ve learned. If you have any specific questions, let me know. I’m happy to help others.

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