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I often get asked about what gear I use for work, so this is a quick-like rundown of some regular-use items. I don’t claim to know all intricacies or absolute ‘best’ items, this is just what I’m currently using for the work that I do. Hope this helps and thanks to those for putting in the requests and pushing me to put something out!
ok, apologies if I’m on this stop-motion style picture montage kick, but it is slightly addicting – fun, easy and fast to throw something together that conveys a moment pretty quickly (more so than video in some instances, to me anyway). so this quick montage is from a bunch of friends and I that camped out at Angel Island. my girlfriend, kristin, organized it and semi-last minute, decided to theme it up ninja style – so that’s what we did. the rangers over there are super cool and it’s an awesome place to camp – as the last ferry leaves the island at 4pm, so after 4, it’s only people that work/reside there and people camping. fun times. this was from a few months ago – just thought i’d post now since it’s been awhile since i’ve put anything up.
ridiculously fun time camping with me bro’s up in the hills of the Guadalupe Mountains, outside of El Paso, Texas. Between the 5 of us, we probably shot off 3 or 4 thousand pics and video in a 24hr time span. this is a short compilation video of some of my 1,000 pics and video. It’s not quite the way that I’d like it but it was either this or I wouldn’t post it until the falls – slightly busy with other super fun work things right now – which I’ll post once I get compiled.
a few weeks ago Luis – http://penabrand.com/ found a little project for he and I to do. he grabbed a bunch of construction paper and a matchbox car while I grabbed my light kit, Lumix G1 and a few cans of Mtn Dew beverage cans. here’s the end product. view here for quality, view here to give us a vote!
the following video clip is Random Episode 5 (or 6), Part 2 of 2, portion A. The whole thing is 45 minutes and