Team spirit

As a part of our companies (Marketing Architects) PR drive we are having each business unit come up with their own video, it had to be one minute in duration and shot on an iPhone. Here is our teams contribution, it was inspired by the Australian rock band Inxs video...

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Camera Boom

One of the camera angles that has received a lot of positive feedback from fellow kayak rollers is the overhead shot. So far I have been shooting with a standard 48 inch tripod freestanding on the top of a lifeguard platform that stands at the edge of the pool. This...

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Rolling in High Fidelity

Today I recorded some more rolling at the Brooklyn Center ISK Pool Session. I have been noticing a loss in quality during my editing workflow so I spent a considerable amount of time this afternoon working our how to sustain the maximum fidelity throughout the editing...

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New camera angles

Tried out two new camera angles this weekend, the first was from a tripod mounted on top of a diving board. which gives me as close as I can get to a birds eye view of the roll. I like seeing how far I do or don't reach out to the side, and also find it interesting to...

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It snowed a bit

Usually the weather does not put me off grilling, but this weekend the deck filled up with snow and the grill nearly doubled in height. I am hoping for a strong wind, but I suspect I need instead to develop strong arms and back muscles.... now if it wasnt for the -4F...

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Great memories

I was looking through some photographs and saw this one again of Ron S and my kayaks on Sand Island, it reminded me of what a great years paddling I had. My new job got in the way of some plans, but those that came to fruition left me with a lot of great memories.The...

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Rolling in the dark

 We decided a couple of weeks to try dimming the lights at the pool session, creating the first mood-lit Greenland Rolling clinic, Whats next? Rock and roll themed rolling I...

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