Yellowstone, which now comes with a built-in grocery store, but I wanted to do it in a way that wasn't too obvious. I decided to use the color palette of the videos that I found to create an unnatural, slightly nostalgic view of the parks. I also used juxtapositions and overlapped images with the keyer and luma keyer tools to create scenes that to me felt very unnatural...two waterfalls running at once, one of them backwards, a butterfly flying through the desert, a setting sun in an underground cavern. I also used found sound (a "Romanze for Viola and Piano" by Vaughan Williams, a clip of a guy saying "mountains" over and over again, and rain sounds) and editing to help create nostalgia and a feeling of uneasiness.
I decided to interpret the copyright laws and fair use factors by making sure that the new feeling of my video was a very different feeling than the original video. By mixing different shots together you can create a whole new composition and tone, and this is what I tried to accomplish. In the article by Negativland they talk about how folk music is all based off of sampling and reworking already existing melodies, so, that's what I tried to do...make a new song out of old tunes. I felt like this was the best way to avoid any kind of copyright infringement. When it comes down to it, I really just think you have to be tasteful when sampling others' work, and your final product has to be as artful or more artful than the original work to be taken seriously.