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Mexico: A Timelapse Project

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The box is telling me, "Tell the story behind your video" Well, I think if I told the full story we'd all be sitting here until our butts went numb, so I'll sum up the important parts. Basically this project is my best attempt at a thank you gift (it probably would've been easier to send some flowers now that I think about it) to Mexico and all of the people I've met in the past couple of years from this amazing country. While I've been learning Spanish these last couple of years I've made as many trips to Mexico as possible to practice speaking. At least that's why I started visiting at first. Later I realized that that reason I kept going back wasn't mainly to practice my Spanish, but rather to be in company of the amazing people there. Did I fall in love with the country? Definitely, but more importantly I fell in love with the people, and that's the reason that I made this film. I want to say thank you to everyone who has supported me in the making of this film and to all of the people who accepted me with open arms in Mexico. I really love you guys. "Mexico: A Timelapse Project" is the product of two years of learning Spanish to take a 6 month roadtrip and create a film of the most beautiful places I could find in Mexico. DISCLAIMER: Oh, yeah almost forgot. There is one shot that I took in california, the shot of the rainbow. Really just loved that shot and didn't want it to rot forever on a hard drive without anyone ever seeing it. Dice el text aquí en esta caja, "Cuenta la historia detrás de tu video." Bueno si les contara todo, creo que estaríamos aquí hasta que nuestros traseros se fusionaran con el asiento. Así que mejor les cuento la versión corta. Básicamente este proyecto es mi mejor intento de agradecer (ahora que lo pienso creo que hubiera sido más fácil mandar unas flores) a México y toda la gente que he conocido un los últimos dos años en este increíble país. He estado aprendiendo español por dos años y todas las veces que he podido viajar a México durante este tiempo lo he hecho. Empecé viajando con el propósito principal de mejorar mi español, pero entre mas iba y volvía descubrí que ya estaba viajando a México mas que nada para estar con la gente que conozco ahí. Quiero decirles a todos que me han apoyado en este proyecto o que me han recibido en México con los brazos abiertos, muchas gracias. Les quiero mucho. Han sido quienes más me movieron a hacer este film. "Mexico: A Timelapse Project" es el resultado de dos años estudiando español para poder realizar un viaje solo de 6 meses en carro por los lugares más increíbles del país con el fin de capturarlos de la mejor forma que pudiera. DISCLAIMER: Ah, casi se me olvida. Hay una toma que puse en el video que no es de México. De hecho, la toma del arco iris en el desierto la tomé en California hace mucho tiempo y no quería que se pudriera en un disco duro para siempre sin que nadie la viera, así que la puse. Jaja Music: Shepard's Flight - Kevin Graham Software Used: Lrtimelapse lrtimelapse.com/ Adobe Creative Cloud adobe.com/ Shot with: Sony A6300 Tokina 11-16mm, Sony 28mm, Sigma 85mm, Dynamic Perception motion control equipment dynamicperception.com Ronin-S as a head for 3 axis movements dji.com/ronin-s Follow Me: instagram.com/iamzachrogers facebook.com/thisiszachrogers Footage Licensing/Inquiries: [email protected]

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