I’ve received a lot of great feedback on the travel-lapse that I posted. There were enough people wanting to know more details, that it seemed worth writing a second post about.
. . . → Read More: Travel-lapse II (And some thoughts on Adobe Creative Suite)
This is a very short travel sequence that highlights a time-lapse that I put together recently. The traveling time-lapse shot toward the end of the sequence is the first of it’s kind that I’m aware of. Read the post for more info. As always, click on the little gear symbol at . . . → Read More: Travel-lapse
Toward the end of this last fall I worked with my friend Dawson Dunning running a bunch of remote sensor video cameras not far outside of Glacier National Park. We were trying to record video of Grizzly Bears rubbing and marking trees for part of a Wild Horizons documentary about wild North America.
Dawson . . . → Read More: Forest Surveillance
Last frame of time-lapse – click to view larger
That hot sun behind me seems a long ways away now as I sit in my studio on the hemisphere that is tilting ever so slightly away from the sun. This photo is the last frame of a time-lapse that I shot recently for my . . . → Read More: Speeding up the Bahamas
The view from part way up Mt. Katahdin – click photo for larger image
I was recently up in Maine filming black bears for an episode of “Expedition Wild” for National Geographic. I should say “trying” to film black bears. Turns out that bears are hard to find in the dense, northern woods. The . . . → Read More: Maine
One good thing about doing what you love is that the line between work and play gets easier to draw – I mean erase. But if you’re pushing hard to try to make a living doing something that you’d gladly do for free, it can be easy to go a little overboard. All things, even . . . → Read More: Balance
Oh, it’s hard. Filmmaking is a big pain in the ass. All these exciting technological advances beckoning to us to come create things never before possible. With just a laptop, a camera and a little know-how we can render our wildest imaginings in digital perfection and tell audio-visual tales with tools that just recently belonged only to the biggest Hollywood studios! Sort of. . . . → Read More: The Agony and the Ecstasy
Since I’ve stepped up my underwater filming efforts in the last few years, I’ve started getting more calls to do underwater video work outside of the Bahamas. This past Fall I got a call from Grizzly Creek Films to do some underwater work for a film they were producing for National Geographic. About Grizzly bears. . . . → Read More: Turtles, Octopus and… Grizzly Bears?
Imagine this as a moving time-lapse…
Back in the Bahamas. I’ve been coming down here to a little island in the Exumas for 4 years now to play in the ocean and collect footage of this crazy blue world. My friends like to give me a hard time about my “rough life,” but the . . . → Read More: Back in the Bahamas!