View the promo of Tropical Garden below. The downloadable versions are free from any branding. You may need to let your device buffer for a few seconds to see the full 4K resolution.
Tropical Garden Relaxation Video
This video was filmed in a beautiful tropical garden which was based at a lovely AirBnB home we stayed at in Southeast Asia. I had spent an hour or so enjoying the garden taking photos, whilst trying a vintage camera lens which my father bought many years ago. Maybe in the 1970s or even older? The results were charming, so out came the tripod and a new Uscenes video was filmed.
Old lenses like this give lovely background blur. They can also add character to images. In this case, the video isn’t clinically sharp. Instead, there is a subtle “ghosting” effect, which makes the scene feel more dreamy and peaceful. For me, that is fitting as it makes the scene look like more of a fantasy, somewhere where you can escape far away whilst meditating, or help forget about everyday worries.
Modern cinematographers use special filters or even vaseline on their lens for effects like this, but I was lucky to have a 50-year-old lens which had barely been used. It was in mint condition, but with the aperture wide open, you can see the charming “flaws” on the flowers, plus the attractive “bokeh balls” in the background.
The video is complemented by a 5.1 surround sound audio track to enhance the feeling of relaxation. The 20 minute MP4 video is available in 4K UHD or HD for SMART TV screens. Just select Repeat to have it looping as long as you wish.
Tropical Garden Screensaver
The screensaver versions for both Windows and Apple computers are self-looping and 3 minutes long. You can alter the volume independent of your system’s volume. There is an option to set a high-resolution screenshot as your desktop wallpaper. Plus you can choose which monitors to displace the screensaver, for those with more than one computer screen.
We hope you also enjoy this tropical garden relaxation video. We have lots more tropical scenes and garden scenes in our Scenery section. We find them great for relaxing between work, or using as a nature window on your big screen TV when it would usually be off.