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Music Video Shot on Red’s 6K Camera Makes Yemen Look Gorgeous

By Hanssie on May 27th 2014



It’s probably not one of those places on your travel wish list. In fact, the only time I’ve ever heard of this little country in Western Asia was on an old episode of Friends where Chandler pretends to be transferred to Yemen to escape Janice, an old girlfriend.

But after seeing Nick Mulvey’s new music video, “Meet Me There,” I may be adding it to the bucket list. Shot on Red’s 6K Epic Dragon, we journey through breathtaking deserts, mountains and witness amazing sunsets set to some groovy music. Of course, using a camera with a sensor that shoots at a max of 100 fps at 6K helps a little.


Even if YouTube only allows us to view it at 1080p.

Enjoy your little journey to Yemen, no passport necessary…unless you’re trying to hide from Janice, of course.

Here is the unofficial director’s cut and the official video below it:

[Via Fubiz, Video via Vimeo Staff Picks/Photo: Screen cap]

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Hanssie is a Southern California-based writer and sometimes portrait and wedding photographer. In her free time, she homeschools, works out, rescues dogs and works in marketing for SLR Lounge. She also blogs about her adventures and about fitness when she’s not sick of writing so much. Check out her work and her blog at Follow her on Instagram

Q&A Discussions

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  1. Barry Cunningham

    I knew that Yemen is a beautiful country with a fascinating history from reading about the Middle East.
    Unfortunately, it is not exactly tourist friendly right now.

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  2. Ironymous

    Is there an artistic reason why the whole clip has that hazy, lo-contrast look that is de jour with the VSCO crowd these days?

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  3. Ricky Sharp

    Bummer that it’s only available in 1080p. YouTube does support 2160p and 1440p. The latter is viewable on at least 27-inch displays (resolution 2560 x 1440).

    Having said that, unfortunately the 1080p footage is way too compressed. The video is dark and it’s not possible to see any shadow detail.

    Would love to see full-sized still frames from this.

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