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Moving Art: Oceans (2014)

Viewers will experience the power of ocean waves and the sea's underwater splendor as filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg takes his camera into the deep.

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Viewers will experience the power of ocean waves and the sea's underwater splendor as filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg takes his camera into the deep.

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A visually stunning masterpiece.
22 June 2015 | by SuperSaajSee all my reviews

Moving Art Oceans is one of the most beautiful things I've ever seen (and heard) on a television.

When it comes to visual presentation, this is up there with Planet Earth and Avatar as penultimate visual treats. Although here the best possible way to experience this is on a shiny new 4k TV. Here we are treated with gorgeous scenery mainly of oceans, shores and coastlines, but they truly are sights to behold. The cinematography by Louie Schwartzberg is outstanding, breathtaking and absolutely incredible. Here the cameras move slowly, giving the viewer time to soak in all the sumptuous details and glorious beauty. The longer wider shots are the best bits here, the entire ocean infinitely stretches into the distance while distant coastlines seem as clear as your back garden.

The music composed for this video is incredible. They are usually slow paced yet soothing piano tunes or soft violin harps but they are an absolutely perfect match for the visual treat.

Overall I strongly recommend this to anyone. The only thing stopping me from giving this 10/10 is that it's only 25 minutes! There are also three other Moving Art videos: Flowers, Forests and Deserts.


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