Posts tagged photography
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.
Download the full resolution image to use as a desktop image if you so wish:
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.
Super stoked with the response these images have been getting. Next to come is the video edits. Keep locked.
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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I’ve known about this place for about 2 years and have been meaning to go check it out ever since. It’s one of the few remaining train tunnels in Nottingham, not filled in or blocked up..
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This summer I finally made it to Outlook festival in Croatia. This post is a collection of photos and video I took while out there. There wont be much chat, as it’s hard for me to explain in words what it was like. What I can say is, it was one of the most enjoyable weeks of my life..
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So I’ve been a busy bee the past 3 months, working on the tribe showreel. It’s finally complete and released into the wild..
I’m putting together a how it was made post soon..
I’ve been wanting to get a prime lens for some time but haven’t had the budget.. I’m going back up the French Alps in a few days time so I decided I would get this lens for the trip even though I still don’t really have the budget…
I asked around and did a bit of research and it seemed the best starting place was a 50mm f1.8.
The ShoeBox comes in another larger box, this was actually my second one. The first got pretty much destroyed in transit! The Guys at ShutterCal sent a replacement free of charge. Super cool.