Created entirely with infrared converted cameras, Invisible Oregon is a study of light across time and space. As the sun rises over the State of Oregon infrared light travels across the earth revealing the subtleties of new growth and the dramatic intersection of sky and earth. Witness for the first time this diverse and interconnected landscape rendered from light we can’t see with our own eyes.
Filmed and Produced By Sam Forencich samforencich.com/
Sound Design By Travis Forencich
Executive Producer: Jeff Frost jeff-frost.com/
Advising Producer: Michelle Lanier
Ever since my youthful days of “experimentation” I’ve often wondered about the nature of reality. Those of you that still believe in science understand the limitations of our perceptions, and it’s no secret that many creatures exceed our abilities to interpret the world around us. The idea that we have to process the sensory data coming into our brains makes it seem like we are already a step removed from the real world.
So what exactly are we missing? What do animals experience that we can’t, and how do our human perceptions vary from person to person? While this film does nothing to answer these questions, time-lapse and infrared photography do, in a metaphorical sort of way, extend our sensory abilities so we can imagine a world beyond ours. Ultimately I think this is what draws us to these forms, not to solve the mystery, but to flirt with it’s boundaries.
Invisible Oregon was filmed with an infrared converted Nikon D750, and a Canon 5D MarkII
Conversions by: Kolari Vision: kolarivision.com/
Motion control rig by Dynamic Perception: dynamicperception.com/
Post production: LRTimelapse: lrtimelapse.com/ , Adobe Lightroom 6, Adobe CS6: After Effects, Photoshop, and Premiere Pro