a blog from my film site on my new bike build – will put film up once completed
Laird and all surf Jaws for Point break 2
Not the nicest day with overcast skies and rain – but a good chance to try out chest rig and board setup for the GoPro HD
The board mount is not the easiest and tried hard to tighten the camera enough but got knocked forwards by the waves a few times. Chest harness good but kind of gets obscured by the harness on jumps – I guess another reason to learn to do all jumps unhooked.
Nice to on the DCboardz quad fin surfboard again as well.
A quick test of our new RC Helicam at the new Austin skatepark. Thanks to Mikey for getting up at 6am!!
Fleet Foxes – Mykonos
Filmed on the Canon 7D
Canon 7d attached to RC helicopter at Austin SkatePark
6 hours of kayaking the ceredigion coastline, on route to our little secret cove, only accessible by the sea. We fished, we dove for crabs and then we feasted with our friends around the campfire, before crashing out on the sand…to paddle back the next day.
Camera work: James Bowden & Alastair Humphreys
Music: Bianca Meier ‘I walk this earth’
GoProHD vs CONTOUR HD
Trying to decide between the 2 cameras for kitesurfing and mtb filming …..
Another beautiful film with Ridley Scott Associates … and Rapha HERE
Rapha and RSA Films present three short films inspired by the people, places and stories of road racing. Johan Museeuw, Sean Kelly and Dario Pegoretti are celebrated in three cinematic portraits exploring the passion, history and drama of the sport.
Based on a trio of story-labels originally found inside the Rapha Club Jerseys, each film brings a new translation: The intense dreamscape of Nick Livesey’s ode to Johan Museeuw, Adrian Moat’s tale of discovery inspired by Sean Kelly and Ben Ingham’s intimate view of Dario Pegoretti in his workshop, all powerful representations of three distinct icons of road racing.
Haha absolutely bizarre but i like it.
very happy with this shot over 3 morning 2 hrs apiece then edited in 4 hours yesterday. Fantastic music by State Broadcasters.
Shot on Canon D5 mkII and mainly a 35mm 1.4L and Voigtlander 58mm 1.4. Sound recorded on Zoom H4N.