A couple of weeks ago I went out to the Dolomites with Red Bull athlete Paul Guschlbauer to film a hike and fly tips video. The aim was to film a variety of different tips in various locations and produce either one longer video or … Continue readingHike & Fly Tips Video Shoot – Paul Guschlbauer & Salewa
Here’s a making-of video I’ve put together, showing how we went about shooting and editing a vlog for Paul Guschlbauer while he took part in the Red Bull X-Alps this year! Thanks to the support from Drobo, Zeiss, Thule, Sungod and Lifeproof!
Earlier this year I got a phone call from Red Bull athlete, Paul Guschlbauer, asking if I was up for shooting and editing a daily vlog with him while he took part in the Red Bull X-Alps adventure race. It’s an invite-only event and … Continue readingShooting a Daily Vlog During the World’s Toughest Adventure Race – Part 1
Helped the LOA boys a few months back shooting Arnulf Rainer’s exhibition at the Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac in Salzburg. We used the Canon 5D Mark III, Sony A7s and DJI Ronin to get the shots. You can watch the video below:
I’ve been making films with DSLRs for a few years now and there are definitely a few key improvements that I think will be coming in the next year or two, or at least I hope they are. Here’s my list of predictions and wishes … Continue readingDSLR Video Predictions and Wish List for 2015
Somehow I always end up with quite a lot of outtakes when filming with Jamie Barrow…! Here’s some from our latest trip… FYI – There’s a little bit of swearing.
Here are some behind the scenes photos from my recent trip to SnowWorld in the Netherlands, filming Jamie Barrow setting the world indoor snowboard speed record. We used two Nikon D7000s and a Nikon D5100 to film and photograph everything, along with a Contour helmet camera. As … Continue readingSnowboard Speed Record Filming – Behind the scenes photos
Here’s the BBC article on the record and great to see them using a photo by our other photographer Matt Badenoch who came along with us: BBC Article Jamie at the top of the 520m long slope at SnowWorld:
Welcome to PART 2 – Conducting the actual shoot. In Part 1 I talked about the whole planning aspect of event photography: agreeing on a fee, getting the detail sorted, having a structure to work with. Now if you’ve done well in that first part, this stage should … Continue readingEvent Photography Workflow Part 2 – The Shoot