Posts Tagged ‘editing’

The Sun and the Moon Timelapse Whistler,BC

Written by mtwmedia on . Posted in Blog, Photography, Time-Lapse, Videos, Whistler

I am really happy with the way  this turned out. I originally was just shooting the sunset, but after seeing the conditions I elected to setup a 2nd time-lapse of the stars. The results were fantastic.

I also must thank the very honest and, clearly a guy with some humour, who on discovering the setup in the early hours of the morning out in the back country, not only left it alone, but hiked around in front of it and posed for a picture. Without his honesty the time-lapse wouldn’t exist. Thanks stranger.

Also thanks to Courtney and Lib who invited me up to this awesome spot to enjoy the sunset.

Jongewaard blitzing the field in the short course XC race at the MTBA National Series Round 2 held in Glenorchy, Hobart.

2010/11 National MTBA Series Glenorchy, Hobart Short Course XC Round 2

Written by mtwmedia on . Posted in Cross Country MTB, MTB Films

An edit Rob Stagg and I did from the previous MTBA National series for 2010/11.

Thanks to Chris Jongewaard, who was kind enough to have the Contour HD camera attached to his helmet for the entire race. This made for some great on board action as he tussled it out with Paul Van der Ploeg during the first half of the race, and then unleashed, lapping well over half the field by the finish. He even had to battle with an ambulance who was attending an injured rider from the DH practise.

5000+ Expert Forums

Written by mtwmedia on . Posted in 5000+, Photography

5000+ integrated design strategy for inner Adelaide is a project about city re-design and city renewal. A joint Australian and South Australian Government project 5000+ partners include Adelaide City Council and seven inner-city councils.

Curious Creatures Billboard Hero Shot

Curious Creatures – South Africa

Written by mtwmedia on . Posted in Blog, Curious Creatures, Photography

Looking at this selection of pics just reminds me of how much enjoyment we felt as a small group visiting such a big place. Before we arrived in South Africa we really knew nothing about it. On arrival into Johannesburg, we grabbed a big breakfast, some much needed coffee and boarded our flight to Bloemfontein, located about 4 hours south in The Free State, this was to be our home for the next 2 weeks.
The people there were great and the smiles on the young children’s places that visited our project were absolutely priceless. Some of them had never even seen TV let alone had one in their home.
Admittedly they were just as excited about my camera gear as the installation I was there to document.

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