An interactive panorama I took at during the warm ups for the men’s 200m heats. Let me know if you find anything suspicious in the crowds :)
This is the start of Project Minute. The idea is to create a series of videos that are exactly one minute in length…
Some recent work filming a new application for hotel management. Studio use courtesy of Rob at Scene Photography. Hired a few day-light halogen lights for the job. Shot entirely on the Canon 7D at 1080p. Making sure reflections were out of shot was the main issue. I shot the devices at an angle then corrected the perspective shift in post. The over all video was around 10 minutes long and was shown at an exhibition in Baltimore, US. Over all an interesting and fun project to work on.
I’ve got a big exciting project coming up which will involve a fair amount of time-lapse bits. So to make the shots look a bit more interesting I set out to make my own motorized time-lapse dolly. The above video was shot entirely with a GoPro Hero 2 and the little rig I built.
Click below to read how it was made…
That’s right. After a year of work panodrop.com finally goes live. Its been a fun project but I couldn’t have estimated the amount of time, effort and not to mention money, it would take to get something like this up and running. All a valuable learning experience however.
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Just before Christmas 2011 I headed to the French Alps once more, for a week of snowboarding and partying with 230 Trent Snowsporters. I’ve spent the past 6 months or so producing a 30min long DVD of the recorded antics. Above is the trailer.
Decided it was time to give the camera gear a little upgrade. I love my Nikon D90, but the video capabilities just didn’t cut it. So after a bit of research and deliberating I took the leap and went for a Canon. I wont go into all the reasons why, but it made sense for me to make the switch.
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