Bike Night @ Mill Creek

It’s been very busy lately. But amidst the general chaos of living in the 21st century, I’ve managed to built a couple projects. This is from a fun monthly event that has just taken on the name “Bike Night.” For 5 hours, on the first Friday of every month, the Mill Creek Skate Park goes from skateboards only, to bikes only.

 

If you’re interested in the music, it’s from Human Pyramids! It’s a fantastic 3 track demo that can be found right here!

 

 

The slow mo was shot on an Sony FS700, the time lapse on a Cannon 30d, and everything else on a Cannon 7d!
Editing was all done in Premiere Pro CS6 and the type was set in Illustrator.

Look for more fun stuff soon!

Three Climates – The Coast

Here’s the second section! About a month ago I made my way out to the very tip of Washington with a few friends and of course brought my camera! Keeping the same theme as the first section, these are a little on the experimental side as well.

Starting with some panorama action!
Starting with some panorama action!

All of the panoramas that I’ve been posting lately have been built in a program that I’m quickly coming to love. It’s called Hugin. It’s taken a little figuring out for working through some of the tricky aspects, but I now I’ve finally got my feet under me so this one will be moot quality wise by the next time I shoot for one. If anyone is interested in Hugin, it’s a free open source program that you can find HERE!

From an evening fire on the beach.
From an evening fire on the beach.
Deleting color channels can have nice results.
Deleting color channels can have nice results.
While not the best photo (it was too bright out), it was the coolest thing along off the highway. So over the guard rail I went to make a memory.
While not the best photo (it was too bright out), it was the coolest thing along off the highway. So over the guard rail I went to make a memory.
From spending a day relaxing and sun burning on the tide flats.
From spending a day relaxing and sun burning on the tide flats.

 

 

 

 

 

The Rocking Portrait Test

My good friend Kali was kind enough to both pose for me and let me use her camera to begin to flesh out an idea that’s been rattling around for a little while! I would love to do this with a third camera do create a larger smoother rocking effect.

I used to love anything that was done with lenticular printing and want to recreate that effect digitally
I used to love anything that was done with lenticular printing and want to recreate that effect digitally

With that out of the way, I’ve been busy with life lately. It’s been the first bit of warm weather that we’ve seen outside of a few odd days in since some time in October. That being said, I’ve been shooting a lot of time lapse lately with the nice weather, gone camping everywhere from the ocean to the desserts, and have been illustrating often as well, so there’s plenty to come!