Cameron Hut, New Zealand (2018)
2017 End of Year Time-Lapse Reel
Bicycle Touring in the Indian Himalayas - Uncut (2016)
'Superhuman' - A Tribute to the PNW (2015)
An Organic Farm Bicycle Tour (2013)
Cameron Hut, New Zealand (2018)Here's my final cut for our time at Cameron Hut in the Hakatere Conservation Park of the Southern Alps in New Zealand! I had a superb time with quality humans/creatives Ryan Wilkes of The Path Less Traveled, Andy Klun, and Karina Erhardt of Adventure Legacy Productions adventuring and capturing a couple nights in the Southern Alps backcountry. We pooled our footage together and decided to cut our own shorts to see how our unique styles and perspectives would emerge. The final results are quite something! I'll be posting all of our cuts soon. The incredible soundtrack is by Deya Dova called 'Myth of the Cave' remixed by the amazing, amazing Desert Dwellers 🎶
2017 End of Year Time-Lapse ReelSnippets of 2017 in time-lapse sped up even further in a 85-second package for your viewing pleasure.Locations (in no particular order): - Ankor Wat, Cambodia- Khumbu/Sagarmatha National Park, Nepal - Malheur National Forest, Oregon- Okhreni Nauling, Nepal- Christchurch, New Zealand- Silver Peak, Washington- Panch Pokhari, Nepal- Lake Coleridge, New Zealand- Lyttleton, New Zealand- Gore Bay, New Zealand- Takure, Nepal- Seattle, Washington- Hakatere Conservation Area, New Zealand- Columbia River Gorge, Oregon- Godley Head, New ZealandMusic by the incredible The Polish Ambassador - 'Dark Between Stars'
Bicycle Touring in the Indian Himalayas - Uncut (2016)Direct rendering (no cutting) from primarily time-lapses taken throughout my bicycle tour in northern India between July-September 2016. Music by Tours (http://www.thesnakerecords.com and http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Tours/) and Broke For Free (http://brokeforfree.com/ and http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Broke_For_Free/)
'Superhuman' - A Tribute to the PNW (2015)This video is a tribute. A tribute to wild places, friends, adventures, and to Seattle, my primary homebase for the past year and a half. I am thankful for wilderness, where we are able to unplug and recharge by an entirely different yet distinctively energizing way. Through time in nature, whether alone or in the quality company of friends, I have been a witness and admirer of the beautiful land and life that surrounds the Pacific Northwest through all 4 seasons. I am grateful for flowing water, for the elements, and for the indigenous peoples as well as environmental groups that have preserved this land for generations upon generations to enjoy. I hope this time-lapse video invokes a sense of wonder of our immense natural world, and inspires the exploration, respect, and preservation of wild places. To say that it is difficult to distill the dozens of journeys and 60,000+ images in the Cascades, Olympics, and Puget Sound into just 3 minutes and 38 seconds, is most certainly an understatement. This video is the essence and result of hundreds upon hundreds of hours of planning, travel, hiking, hauling and setting up the equipment, dialing in the perfect settings, sleeping under the stars, (trying to) stay warm, fighting off mosquitoes, and nearly the same amount of time and attention in meticulously compiling it all together. Immense gratitude to all for a beautiful year and a half together in the Pacific Northwest. Enjoy, and do share this with anyone who also loves the great outdoors.Photography, concept, and editing: Jonathan H. Lee // http://subtledream.com // http://fb.com/subtledream // @subtledreamMusic: Andrew Bayer feat. Asbjørn - Super Human - LISTEN: http://soundcloud.com/andrewbayer/super-human BUY HERE: http://po.st/bDoAndroidsDream
An Organic Farm Bicycle Tour (2013)Travel, work, service, art, adventure, and environmental stewardship - can these things have an ideal overlap?Through my past work in rural Panama, I became aware of the utmost important of sustainable food production and security locally and globally. After returning to the U.S., I started planning for the next trek which can encompass all of those factors mentioned, and in the growing season of 2013, I embarked on a 259-day, 3000-mile bicycle journey across the Pacific Northwest and California to be immersed in sustainable food production while living a minimalistic, socially-rich, and environmentally-sound lifestyle. I set out with such intentions, open to the quality company of friendly strangers, and old friends along the way. And what I discovered was (and still is) an elevated sense of joy and well-being never felt before. The slower pace of bicycle travel brought extra sensory awareness to every place and detail witnessed, while the physical challenge allowed an endless stream of quality foods and fist pumps to fuel the machine - my entire being. Through meeting fellow touring cyclists on the road, staying with generous hosts via the WarmShowers & Couchsurfing networks, to learning from and about the land stewards who produce truly healthy foods for themselves as well as regional customers - I am forever enlightened and transformed by this journey, and I hope to inspire other individuals by sharing it through my captured pixels and reflections.This time-lapse was crafted with approximately 20,000 stills from my 8+ month bicycle & organic farm tour across the Pacific Northwest & California in 2013.Photos & Editing // Jonathan H. Lee // http://subtledream.com / http://fb.com/subtledreamSoundtrack // Greet The Mind - The Ocean Sends You Away // http://fb.com/greetthemindFarms & Communities:Rolling Earth Farm and Retreat // http://rollingearth.caChuckleberry Community // http://chuckleberrycommunity.blogspot.com8th Street Greens and CSA // http://8thstreetgreens.blogspot.comAlpha Farm // http://members.pioneer.net/~alphaPasture 42 // http://pasture42.comTech Notes: Photos were taken with a GoPro Hero2 and Canon DSLR with various lenses using the intervalometer feature via the superb Magic Lantern - big shout out to the good folks behind this nifty firmware! Sequences were rendered via the LRTimelapse plugin in Lightroom, then cut and edited in Windows Movie Maker.
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