Just a quick share of an amazing video that popped up in my RSS feed this morning. (Watch it in full screen for maximum effect). You can tell straight away why I like it, electro tunes, mostly shot at night, very abstract with just enough reality to ground you. Love it.
Camera gear damage from solar eclipse.
I think that most that read this blog would know how to take a photo of a solar eclipse, but it was interesting to read about some of the gear damage that came as a result of photographing the elipse. Lens Rental is a big company over this way and I really like the attitude… Continue reading Camera gear damage from solar eclipse.
Hand held astrophotos
Camera tech is constantly improving. At some stage, you just have to buy in and lock yourself to that year/months tech level and go with it. This is what I did some 7 years ago with the Canon 5D Mk2. In good light it’s still more camera than I can manage, but is really starting… Continue reading Hand held astrophotos
Milky Way from the cockpit
Here is a different view you don’t see very often. Amazing what the new low light cameras can do. I’m actually looking at one of these cameras for some astro photography and double use in that they are pretty light and I should be able to mount one to my drone. Just a thought at… Continue reading Milky Way from the cockpit
Drone flying is better when there is a purpose
We have done a little more drone flying since the last blog. Not a lot. Just the one ‘work’ related batch and a bit of practice at home with the nano. What we have been doing is looking at other pilots drone video to learn what works and what does not…… There is a ton… Continue reading Drone flying is better when there is a purpose