Ken Davis

Waterfalls Rainforest Image Relaxation Video By Ken Davis

Relaxation: Waterfalls Rainforest

Ideal For Relaxation, Yoga, Tai Chi and all forms of stress. Ideal To Calm The Mind. Relieve stress in our modern world.


This simple image relaxation video by Ken Davis is 9 minutes 56 seconds long and focuses on a theme of forests and waterfalls. It uses still video and motion video clips of forest and waterfall scenes in combination with relaxing music and nature sounds. It has millions of views with thousands of likes.

Video Components


The theme of the video is nicely focused on forests and waterfalls and is good for concentration and relaxation.


There are a number of scenes used in this simple relaxation video which are a variety of forest and waterfall scenes.


The audio used in this relaxation video is a combination of relaxing music and nature sounds. The music track is relaxing and it fits in well with the nature sounds used. However, the music fades out at 6 minutes 16 seconds and it goes silent. At 9 minutes 15 seconds the sound returns with waterfall nature sounds. Not sure why this was done. Maybe it was a mistake that has not been corrected.


The scenes used in this simple image relaxation video include images of waterfalls, rivers, rocks, forests, trees and flowers.

The image size used for the images are all the same size which is good for relaxation but the image size does not fill the screen completely and distracting black bars are visible. Some of the video clips were too short which is a shame as it would have been nice to have dwelt a while on some of the scenes.


The transition types between images are very slow simple cross fades which are great for maintaining a relaxed state.

Special Techniques

There is also good use of panning and zooming in the motion video clips which gives the feeling of motion which I think aids relaxation.

Waterfalls Rainforest Image Relaxation Video By Ken Davis


This simple image relaxation video is good for both relaxation and as an ambient background video. However, there are areas for improvement: the silent section needs to be rectified; images should fill the screen completely; some of the video clips should be a bit longer.