Ever since I became fascinated with timelapse photography almost 2 years ago, after seeing the work of Tom Lowe, I’ve wanted to do a piece on Yosemite and the Sierra. Now after almost 2 years of shooting, I’m thrilled to share. I hope you enjoy my vision of my home, the majestic Yosemite & Sierra. Best viewed Full Screen with Sound 🙂
I am a destination visual artist who specializes in photography, timelapse cinematography, & filmmaking. I love to travel, so if you have a project in some far-flung location, lets talk.If you would like to license any of my clips or hire me to shoot for you, please be in touch.
So it seems like a lot of people are asking what gear I used. Here’s the core of it: (Shot at 5k in Canon RAW)
- Canon 5D Mark II
- Canon 5D Mark III
- Canon 14L II & 16-35L II (rented from LensProToGo)
- Canon 17-40L, 24-105L, 50L, 70-200L IS
- KesslerCrane 5 foot Cineslider, Revolution Head, Oracle’s & Basic controller, Elektra Motors, AT Outrigger Feet
From Kathy Sierra:
The real pixie dust is when you ask yourself, “how can I help my users get more comments on THEIR blog?”. You want to be the guy who asks, “How can I help my users get more followers and fans?”
What prompted me to write this is the latest magic pixie dust buzzword, one that I am passionately against: gamification. Applying principles of game design to non-game activities can be done carefully, artfully, and with wonderful results. We use principles of game design in our programming books…But the current crop of “gamification” experts are doing nothing more than “pointsification/badgification”, taking the most superficial, surface mechanics of games and applying them out of context to areas where they are, as I have referred to it, “the high fructose corn syrup of engagement.”
Be the one people talk about NOT because of your latest gamification and WOM (word of mouth) campaign, but because it is obvious to your users and those they influence that your brand, product, book has made them better at something. Something they care about…Give people an experience that leaves them feeling a little better about their own capabilities.
via Gaping Void