Needless to say this was a fun one to work on…
Me and Alex had three days to shoot and edit this. Some bits are a little sketchy due to the weather not being ideal.
Music: Tasty Morsels
Click below to read more about this project..
Today marks 1000 days of taking a photo every day. I have been using the online service ShutterCal to upload and store the images since 01.01.2011. To celebrate this mile stone I wanted to do something a little special.. We ended up buying two king size bed sheets and 5L of petrol.
Click below to see more photos, short time-lapse and aerial footage from the night.
Recent edit created for the Samsung Mobile campaign OverToYou. They have given a number of people their new handsets to put to the test.
I was given the Galaxy S4 Zoom, a 16 mega pixel sensor with 10x optical zoom. It’s funny looking ‘phone’ but the results speak for themselves. Overall very nice.
Music: Tasty Morsels
Click below to read more about the project and see a bunch of photos taken with the device.
Another amazing time spent at Outlook Festival, Croatia. I took full advantage of the press-pass and the new Canon 5DIII.
Here’s a small selection of photos…
Awesome time-lapse video put together by a friend of mine, Guy Bettison. Rob at scene photography set up a GoPro from his studio facing the soon to be demolished mill.
Me and my brother explored this abandoned building 18 months ago (photos from that can be found here), its a little bit sad to see it all go.
Discovered this abandoned primary school the other day when riding through the St Anns area of Nottingham. It looked pretty easy to get in so the next weekend we decided to take a little visit…
Filming with D2 for the Ironman Bolton 2013. Sports Pursuit commissioned us to follow a handful of contestants as they took part in this 140 mile beast of a triathlon. Above is the edit put together by the D2 guys. It was an enjoyable weekend, not sure Ill be taking part in any events like this too soon however..
Here’s some initial test renders created while developing an ident for the Nottingham based company Upper Cut Productions. They specialise in aerial photography.
I wanted to try out the Element3D plugin for After effects, and this seemed like the perfect opportunity to learn and test it. The above video is some examples I played with to see how the plugin performed… basically I think its a amazing, to create something like this in 3DSMax would have taken me ages.. mainly due to rendering times. The great thing about Element is that its all GPU rendered, so its super duper fast. It does have its limitations but for this kind of stuff its revolutionary.
The final version of the ident was used in this awesome time-lapse video.