"What is the limit of human potential?"
This documentary is shot by Tiffany Murray with LUMIX S1H,
featuring Allison Powell who challenges herself to set a new record to complete the Backbone Trail.
by Skip Cohen
It's Mirrorless Monday, and I love this short film created by Tiffany Murray for a couple of reasons. First, pay attention to the way she's chosen to tell Allison Powell's story. Most of you are still-photographers and experts at storytelling, but being a filmmaker is different. During this downtime we're all trapped in, it's perfect for ideas on fine-tuning your storytelling skills.
The second reason that makes this film unique to me is the Santa Monica Mountains and the trails. Living in California for seven years when I was with Rangefinder/WPPI we often hiked part of the trail - Not the Backbone but pieces of it, and never for more than a few hours. It's a beautiful place, and I can identify with Allison's comment about the quality of time alone.
"Backbone" was captured using the new LUMIX full-frame S1H. For more information about this incredible camera click on the thumbnail below.
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