Summary of 1 Week on Route 66

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The video follows a group of photographers as they travel down Route 66, shooting photos and videos along the way. They encounter some trouble with their equipment, but they manage to get some great shots anyway. Near the end of the video, they explore an abandoned gas station, which is one of the highlights of their trip.

  • 00:00:00 The video discusses the journey undertaken by two friends to travel Route 66. Along the way, they shoot and edit footage of the journey. One notable shot is of the car's chrome being brightly colored and retro-looking.
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  • 00:10:00 In this video, a photographer travels along Route 66, shooting abandoned buildings and fields of yellow flowers. They also take a portrait of a man, Caleb, using a Leica M6. Near the end of the video, they run into some trouble with their light meter and titanium camera, but they manage to still capture some great photos.
  • 00:15:00 After a long drive from Arkansas, the group arrives in Oklahoma. They explore a small town before stopping for dinner and an endless night of partying. The next day, they head to their shoot location. Caleb's camera won't rewind film, so he cuts it out with a knife and throws the film into an empty black canister. The group has a good time and laughs at their dumbness.
  • 00:20:00 The video's narrator discusses his recent travels along Route 66. He highlights the various places he visited and the experiences he had. He talks about the lenses he used and how they contributed to the overall quality of his photos. He also discusses the importance of lenses and how they can make photography more enjoyable.
  • 00:25:00 The video follows a group of photographers as they travel along Route 66. One week into the journey, they encounter some trouble with the image quality, as well as some harassment from locals. Despite the challenges, they continue to shoot photos and document their journey. Near the end of the video, they explore a neon sex dungeon, which is well-known on Route 66.
  • 00:30:00 The author and a group of friends travel from Oklahoma City to Route 66 stops in Oklahoma and Texas. They review various sodas and discuss their likes and dislikes. One of the group's favorite drinks is green apple soda, which they describe as tasting like Hulk piss. The author also enjoys georgia peach flavored coca-cola. One drink that they do not enjoy is blood, which they describe as tasting like "nothing beats coffee." The last stop on the trip is at a hotel in the border between Oklahoma and Texas. The author and friends drink various sodas and discuss their likes and dislikes of each drink.
  • 00:35:00 The author discusses his experiences shooting on Route 66 and discusses his favorite photos. He notes that he learned a lot from making mistakes, and that he enjoys shooting in Texas because of the light and the flatness of the landscape.
  • 00:40:00 Jason travels along Route 66 in California, shooting photos of abandoned gas stations and grain silos. He makes the mistake of shooting on a 100-to-400 ISO setting on his T-max camera, which results in all of his photos being overexposed. However, his shots are still worth viewing due to the great composition and the contrast achieved with the T-max.
  • 00:45:00 The video follows a photographer as he travels along Route 66 in California and New Mexico, shooting abandoned buildings and highways. The photographer eventually arrives in Tucumcari, New Mexico, where he checks into a hotel and drinks with friends. They go out for pizza and drinks, and then the photographer tries to record a video, but gets drunk and falls asleep.
  • 00:50:00 In this video, the author shoots black and white photos with a yellow filter on a trip down Route 66. He finds some interesting spots and also shoots some photos of a colorful building. Near the end of the video, they stop at a motel to shoot some photos of a car. The next morning, the author shoots some photos of a sunset with a t-max camera.
  • 00:55:00 The video features the author shooting photos and videos in various locations along Route 66. One of the locations they visited was an abandoned gas station, which they found to be one of the best locations they had visited so far.

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A photographer takes a road trip down Route 66, documenting the abandoned locations and facades along the way. He discusses how each location has influenced his photography, and includes some of the photos and videos from the trip in the video.

  • 01:00:00 This video follows a photographer as he shoots photos of abandoned locations in the American southwest. The photographer comments on the different locations and how they've influenced his photography.
  • 01:05:00 Caleb and I were headed out to shoot a storm when we realized we didn't want to go through Albuquerque. We called it a night early and got a meat mountain sandwich from Arby's.
  • 01:10:00 Two friends travel the US by car, taking pictures and shooting photos with their film cameras. One of the friends shoots Ektar 100 in his Leica M6, but warns others about the camera's noise. They visit a petrified forest and the gas station, before driving to the taco bell. They take photos of the bathroom before the park closes. Some of the shots have nice lens flare, and the friends feel proud of their work.
  • 01:15:00 The author and a friend visit a location in Arizona that used to be a zoo, and they shoot some photos and videos while there. The next day, they go to a photography store and pick up some film and a camera. They go on a hike the next day, and some of the photos and videos from the hike are included in the video. They go to Dairy Queen that night, and one of the photos from the Dairy Queen is included in the video.
  • 01:20:00 The videographer and his friend travel west on Route 66, photographing abandoned facades and other sights along the way. They eventually wind up in Truckston, where the videographer shoots with a Mamiya 7 camera against blue skies. He notes that the yellow filter can work well in some situations but can also be problematic.
  • 01:25:00 The videographer and his friend travel Route 66 for a week, shooting photos and videos along the way. They stop in Kingman, Arizona, and the lighting is poor, but they continue shooting. In California, they visit a casino and drink, and then shoot photos and videos in the desert the next day. The last day of the trip, they shoot photos and videos in Arizona and California.
  • 01:30:00 The video follows a road trip down Route 66, culminating in a shot of the Roy's Root 66 sign. The video's creator, Caleb, discusses the video and his photography style.

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