/ A tiny day in the Jackson Hole backcountry
Massive. Hands down best time-lapse movie I've ever seen. Thanks for sharing!
Cheers, great filming even before the skiing starts. The jump just after 4.00, yikes!
> Cheers, great filming even before the skiing starts. The jump just after 4.00, yikes!
I know, thats what I thought! Imagine what is looks like looking down from the top!
clever use of narrow depth of field and playback speed resulting in the most annoying 7 minutes of skiing footage since I last saw a Warren Miller film.
Best played with the sound off - unless you like your 40 yr old Dark Side of the Moon messed and scratched up.
3 min 30 sec before they even got out of the tram. So much for "Backcountry?"
Oh my eyes - oh my ears - no more please!
I hate tilt shift.
I wish I could walk uphill that fast....
I wish I could huck and ski steeps that fast too.
BTW - That vid reminds me of Pingoo in the 1990's - viewing for weans.
psst! - The real "Backcountry" is over the other side of the Teton Pass - Treasure & Beard Mountain etc.
cool video, had a great trip to Jackson Hole a few years ago. What a place!
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