Myself & Alex Fowkes hooked up with London based streetwear brand AnyForty to bring you this short edit.
Shredding the new AnyForty deck ‘Stick Em Up’ at Flo skatepark, Nottingham.
This season I tracked everyday (with the exception of a couple of errors) snowboarding at the ski resort Whitewater, BC, Canada. Overlaying all the data in Google Earth creates this super interesting effect.
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Here’s a quick process video showing how I put together this image. A friend work’s at a electronics factory here in Nelson, BC, Canada. They had collected a bag of parts that the machines miss-place. Usually these will just get chucked out or recycled. I tipped them out on the table and was fascinated by all the tiny bits (some the size of a grane of sand). It was new to see these separate components before they are soldered to a board.
Music: Flotsam – Tasty Morsels - (free track download)
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I recently re-created my logo out of very small electronic components. Really pleased with how it turned out. Video of the process here.
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Here’s a trippy one for you. Took two photo’s from slightly different points of view. Shot while in search of natural hot springs, British Columbia, Canada.
Minute Ten now online. Following Tyy, Alex and Jamie for a few laps of the whitewater terrain park. Mad technical skills.
Here it is. My first video using the new DJI Phantom. It was a serious challenge trying to snowboard whilst controlling this. As a first attempt goes, its okay, Lots of room for improvement though. Since this was filmed I’ve made some adjustments to the props and built a shock absorber mount. Future footage should be smoother with a bit of luck. Enjoy
Here’s a quick post running through how I’ve tried to smooth out the footage coming from the GoPro and DJI Phantom.
There are basically two important things to do so that the footage doesn’t have a jello effect.
You need to balance your props and create a shock absorber between the camera and aircraft.
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I haven’t been this excited over a piece of tech since I got my hands on the first GoPro Hero nearly two and a half years ago. Back then the ideas and possibilities of this small water proof camera seemed endless. Over this time GoPro have boomed, and now everyone knows about them. Some of the stuff being captured now is truly ore inspiring. The versatility of this small little device is changing the industry in many ways. Some for the better some for the worse, it depend on how you look at it.
I’ve had two dreams since I was very young and first started dabbling in this tech business… one being, owning something capable of capturing super high speed film and the second owning a device that could carry a camera to capture aerial shots. Now part of that dream has come true..
Been shooting a fiar amount of footage with the shiny new GoPro3 Black recently and the shakiness of the footage was bugging me. I tried using my DSLR handle and found it worked well at getting lower shots and keeping the camera still. However the size of this was totally unnecessary. I did a bit of hunting online and couldn’t find anything that was suitable.
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