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Rampfest with Tom and Golder

As promised. Went to Rampfest today armed with my new CyberSync triggers to get a decent sequence shot.

Tom decided that a disaster back savannah would be sequence worthy..and it was huge! Loved how he crosses his legs WAY early. Came out pretty good. Cybersync’s did well triggering away at 6+ fps with no misfires. I also put my D.I.Y clamp to the test and it passed with flying colours. Definately need to use some Loctite on the bolts for my D.I.Y spigot as they came a little loose on a few occasions.

Mr. Golder decided to snake in as well..resulting in this gaze inducing 540 over the box.

Tom Coley-Sowry - Disaster Back SavTom Coley-Sowry – Disaster back savannah
Canon 40D | Tokina 10-17mm(ƒ/3.5-4.5)@10mm | ƒ/3.5 | ISO 400| 1/160s
Nikon SB-26 camera right, 1/8th @ 50mm, Canon 430EX camera left, 1/16th @ 35mm

Hayden Golder - Check this 540Hayden Golder – 540
Canon 40D | Tokina 10-17mm(ƒ/3.5-4.5)@10mm | ƒ/3.5 | ISO 400| 1/125s
Nikon SB-26 camera right, 1/8th @ 50mm, Canon 430EX camera left, 1/16th @ 35mm

Written by Aaron

November 13th, 2009 at 12:08 am

Video editing skills (or lack of..)


Sessions from Rampfest, Prahran and Ballarat skateparks featuring Jamie Nicholson, Hayden Golder and a few others of the Melbourne crew.

Over the past 2 weeks I’ve been doing some filming with my digital camera, wanting to see how it would cope with some of the rollerblading antics that we get upto. That plus I really wanted to use the AFI track.. I liked the build up in it and its not crazy long so pretty easy to get clips for it.

Edited in Sony Vegas, Filmed in AVCHD in SH(best) quality. Music bf AFI.

Panasonic DMC-FT1

Panasonic DMC-FT1

Written by Aaron

October 16th, 2009 at 1:43 am

Hayden Golder Box Hill Sequence

Hayden @ Box HillHalf-cab to Mute disaster top-acid – Box Hill Skatepark
Canon 40D | Canon 18-55mm(ƒ/3.5-5.6)@21mm | ƒ/3.5 | ISO 200 | 1/3200s

The skate-meet organised down at Box Hill Skatepark had a pretty decent turn out. Golder was ripping out these disaster tricks on the box so I decided to put the 40Ds 6.5FPS burst to use. The angle is pretty critical here since you have a lot of frames, they tend to overlap if you aren’t careful. I got away using all the frames in this shot, which was done hand held.

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Half-cab to Mute disaster top-acid – Box Hill Skatepark
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Written by Aaron

December 18th, 2008 at 7:00 pm