What’s the measurable effect of creating more video content for an athlete? Here’s a quick look at the stats from my own experience shooting 16 daily vlogs for Red Bull athlete Paul Guschlbauer while he took part in the ‘World’s Toughest Adventure Race’, the Red Bull X-Alps. The … Continue readingDo Athletes Need To Create More Video Content?
Two days of filming, 8 different cameras, 200GB footage… It’s Vlog 22: Red Bull athlete Paul Guschlbauer takes part for the 10th time in the Red Bull Dolomitenmann adventure relay race in Lienz, Austria. Edited in Final Cut Pro X with all files on Drobo, … Continue readingVLOG 22 // RED BULL DOLOMITENMANN 2017
In my first post, I explained how I’d gone about preparing to shoot a daily vlog for Red Bull athlete, Paul Guschlbauer as he competed in the Red Bull X-Alps. In Part 2, I’ll explain how it all went down. It’s now July 2nd, the first … Continue readingShooting a Daily Vlog During the World’s Toughest Adventure Race – Part 2
While skiing down the north face of Rohnenspitze in Austria, I set off a small surface avalanche and you can see it in the video below as it brushes past the tips of my skis. It was April 30th and the avvy warning was a … Continue readingVideo: Avalanche close call – Rohnenspitze, Austria
We had a late dump of snow here in the German and Austrian alps so I went out to Kitzsteinhorn, Austria with UK snowboarders Rich Brown and Tim Ross. Perfect weather and great snow, a couple of shots down below! As I had a backpack … Continue readingSnowboarding Shoot | Kitzsteinhorn, Austria
One of the easiest ways to improve travel photos is shooting in better light, and the best light is often in the hour after sunrise and before sunset. That’s because the light takes on a warm golden hue and hits the subject from the side instead of the top. t’s difficult to recreate the grandeur of a vast landscape in the confines of a picture frame. … Continue readingMy tech travel setup