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Archive for category Films
A five minute video showcasing a hike to the top of Sphinx Rock, which is one of Sedona’s most dangerous and challenging summits. This is NOT a hike to attempt unless you know what you are doing and are hiking with others who are experienced red rock climbers.
Here’s a video I made showcasing images from a few of the hundreds of weddings I have photographed in and around Sedona. I am now offering my couples the option of turning a few of their best wedding images into a video like this that they can post on their blogs, websites, and social networks. I’m expecting it to be a hit, especially now that everyone — young, old, and everyone in between — are hanging out on Facebook. You can watch a larger, high-resolution copy of this video here.
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This is a video of my mother, Donna Magrath, talking about an encounter she had with Jesus in 1976. She was 43 at the time. I was 22. My brother was 19. She told us about the experience when we arrived to visit her in San Leandro, California. I wanted to get this recorded while she was still here to tell the tale. She was 77 when this was recorded.
Here’s a post that marries three big interests of mine: photography, movie-making, and near-death experiences. The film is called “The Last 3 Minutes” and it was made by Shane Hurlbut using a Canon 5D! The first video is the film (five minutes long). The next two videos describe how the film was made.
Concerning near-death and shared death experiences, I encourage you to visit NHNE NDE, which is a network I created for people interested in exploring these important topics.