The Deschland Ranch, located about 15 miles east of Lewistown, is a classic cattle ranch offering timbered draws, strong grass range, and a good hay base along the North Fork of McDonald Creek, which passes through for over six miles. It lies in a contiguous block of nearly 7,200 scenic deeded acres providing complete privacy and control of one’s environment. The ranch is capable of running 400 mother cows plus replacement heifers and bulls while putting up an average 400-450 tons of hay on approximately 250 acres. It combines the characteristics of an optimum working ranch with outstanding hunting recreation for elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, and upland birds. The modest but comfortable improvements include two homes, a hunting cabin, and a solid set of operating improvements and corrals. It represents an opportunity to acquire a significant holding in a highly sought-after community in the heartland of Montana.
Filmed and Edited by: Cuda Films
Located on the eastern slopes of the Cascades in Central Oregon, the Deschutes National Forest offers year-round recreation opportunities. Home to more than 1.6 million acres, the Forest spans a variety of landscapes and ecosystems. The Forest gains more than 9,000 feet in eleveation from its lowest point at Lake Billy Chinook (1,950 ft) to its highest atop South Sister’s summit (10.358 ft).
With more than 80 campgrounds across the Deschutes National Forest, visitors enjoy campsites featuring a wide-variety of picturesque backdrops. Camping opportunities range from rustic, walk-in sites to sites accomodating full-size RV’s and trailers.
Five wilderness areas fall within the Deschutes National Forest boundary–Diamond Peak Wilderness, Mt. Jefferson Wilderness, Mt. Thielsen Wilderness, Mt. Washington Wilderness and Three Sisters Wilderness. Each wilderness offers visitors a unique experience; from sweeping summit views to alpine lakes, these areas provide the perfeect backdrop for a day hike or backpacking trip.
Garibaldi Provincial Park is a wilderness park located north of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The park is famous with natural beauty and stunning views on its trails.
Garibaldi Provincial Park, also called Garibaldi Park, is a wilderness park located on the coastal mainland of British Columbia, Canada, located 70 kilometres north of Vancouver. It was established in 1920 and named a Class A Provincial Park of British Columbia in 1927.
Filmed and Edited by: Milosh Kitchovitch
The North Cascades is a mountain range located in the northern part of Washington state, USA. North Cascades National Park’s raw beauty is characterized by stunning peaks with hundreds of glaciers, cascading waterfalls and forested valleys below.
In the video: Cascade Pass Trail (0:01), Cascade Pass (2:40), Doubtful lake (2:38), Sahale Mountain (4:17), Mount Baker – views from Park Butte trail (6:17) located in the Mount Baker Wilderness in the North Cascades but a bit outside of the national park, Maple Pass Loop trail (7:26), Lake Ann (7:26), Rainy Lake (8:19), Nooksack Falls (9:01), Mt Shuksan view from Picture Lake (9:36), Diablo Lake (10:19), Ross Lake (10:33), Washington Pass Overlook (10:41), Skagit River (11:25).
Recorded July 2020 and September 2015 (Maple pass Loop) in 4K Ultra HD with Sony AX700, Sony AX100 and DJI Osmo Pocket.
Music: David Modica – Near Distant Future – 5 – Serendipity David Modica – The Water is Wide – 3 – Road Less Traveled
Filmed and Edited by: Evan Schneider
The beautiful landscapes of Capitol Reef National Park and the surrounding area.
Music: Skywards by Will Van De Crommert, licensed on Artlist.io
Color grade in DaVinci Resolve utilizing the LUT Co Atlas LUT Pack
Capitol Reef National Park is in Utah’s south-central desert. It surrounds a long wrinkle in the earth known as the Waterpocket Fold, with layers of golden sandstone, canyons and striking rock formations. Among the park’s sights are the Chimney Rock pillar, the Hickman Bridge arch, and Capitol Reef, known for its white sandstone domes. In the north are the towering monoliths of Cathedral Valley.
On the surface everything appears still, but look closer and we see that change is everywhere.
Photography is all about light. Light is the key to creating mood, dimension, and often is the main subject of the photograph itself.
“Quiet Light” is my homage to the main ingredient that makes an image, light.
In this book, I share over two decades of my nature photography from around the globe. For me, the enjoyment of photography doesn’t necessarily come from the final image; the joy comes from discovery, exploration and ultimately chasing the light. I hope you enjoy these images as much as I have experienced in creating them.
“The Language Of The Trees” is a Cinematic Poem Documentary Short Film Directed by Bradley Tangonan.
Directed by: Bradley Tangonan
Creative Director DEBORAH ROYER
Exectuive Producer STINE CHRONE MOISEN
Director of Photography JAMES L BROWN
Original Score by JORDAIN WALLACE
Sound Design & Mix TORIN GELLER & HAYLEY LIVINGSTON / ONE THOUSAND BIRDS
Featuring EDWARD MILLER & RILEY SHAW
Set in the imposing landscape of the Kimberley in Western Australia, this short documentary follows the story of an aboriginal farmer named Edward.
Raised among elders who taught him how to thrive “out bush,” Edward navigates between the rhythmic routine of a small sandalwood farm and the vast and abundant wilderness just beyond its border.
This journey of silence and presence in nature awakens the senses, teaches us how to connect with trees and the land, and invites us to listen to the natural world around us.
Filmed and Directed by: Rhett Cutrell (ForNever Productions)
Fornever Productions specializes in telling the difficult stories in, and about, the natural world we inhabit but our 2020 Demo Reel is inspired by the stories Earth tells US. Earth: tomes. features a collection of our favorite moments over the past few years that were captured in the highest cinematic quality imaginable. We are very proud of our past work and are excited for what the future holds in the way of Outdoor Cinema