Shout outs to my buddy Rob for capturing these. One of my goals for this year is to hit an aerial. Will I be able to do it? Probably not, but we’ll see, the years not over yet.
I'm back to SF and found a bit of time to edit a recap video of my trip in July. Check it out.
Currently in📍Oahu, Hawaii
Just picked up the Sony A6500. Which lens should I pick up first? I got it because I wanted to get serious about surf photography, but mainly wanted to up my video quality. Don't get me wrong, I love the convenience the GoPro provides, I'm just tired of the same focal length in my videos. I can't wait to shoot more with the A6500. Here's a quick moody video of Bentley sunbathing. I shot it at 120fps, using the Sigma Mc-11 Adapter and the 16-35mm Canon L Glass. Enjoy.
If you don’t know about Amazon Warehouse Deals check it out. Just search keyword “amazon warehouse.” There I picked up what was an 1,100 dollar camera for 850, due to damaged packaging. The camera came brand new. I def recommend it.
I’m out in Boston to see family this weekend and caught a couple of pond monsters. Fun fact, my moms side of the family lives out here. We’re usually out east around this time of year. They’ve got a huge pond in their backyard, it feels more like a lake to me though. I love the weather during the summer months, I love how cheap lobsters are and how easy it is to catch a damn Sun fish! If you know me, I can’t catch a fish even if my life depended on it. Honestly, I feel like the same thirsty fish keeps coming back, it’s probably cause it knows I’ll release it.
P.S I caught a lobster.
P.P.S Name these fish?
Personally, I really like adding gifs to my gallery. It helps break up the viewing experience and adds a dynamic layer to things. Recently I found out you can quickly make gifs off of the stock iPhone camera app. Here’s how :
1. Turn on the live photo feature. It looks a target symbol. Shown here in yellow.
2. Snap a Photo, not video. Make sure you capture a couple. There’s a 2 second window for how the phone processes the gif.
3. Navigate to your gallery. Find the photo you like. Swipe up to access the “Live Photo” editor. Choose between : loop, bounce and long exposure. Play with the options to see what you like.
So we're designing donuts for our fourth design challenge over at Creative Session. In light of National Donut Day we're challenging the community to design anything your heart desires, the only requirement is you have to use the donut shape ( torus ) as baseline. Have fun and don't forget to tag #DoingDonutsWithCS when you post on social media.
Apparently they were 10 hours into their voyage around the world, ran out of fuel and drifted to Pacifica, got caught up by surf and dreams deferred. Im not sure what the plans are for the ship, but maybe we’ll have our selves another ghost-ship like the one in Point Reyes.
This Bell Moto-3 isn’t the Supreme Simpson but it comes pretty close.
This view never gets old. One of the many things I love about living in California.