I have a bunch of great images that I am still editing through from our trip that we did at the end of July which I will be posting here soon, but I came across an image today that stopped me. Generally while culling through images, I am excited at what I see, but to me, this image really caught my attention so I wanted to share with everyone sooner than later. I captured this image at the Grand Canyon during sunset. Hope you enjoy!
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Hey Everyone. The weekend is here! As you know, I mainly shoot stills, but every now and then I like to dabble a bit in video. Here’s a video that I put together of a couple of friends climbing at a local spot here in Texas. This video was shot with the D7000 on a 4ft crane or hand held. I just recently got the D800 which does video as well, and will be doing some more filming this weekend for Climbtech Gear. This video doesn’t have a story line to it… It’s just good,solid, fun, roof climbing with some good beats… aka – climbing porn. I hope you enjoy!
Climbers, climbs and grades:
Andrew Oliver on Mothership Connection – right – v8
Chris Vinson – Sub T low start – v10
I got my D800 about a couple weeks ago and I was super psyched to be able to use it on my up and coming road trip. I was pretty busy wrapping up a few jobs before we left, so I didn’t really even get the chance to get out and test shoot before we left. But I knew I wanted the first images to come out of it to be something kinda cool. We left for our babymoon trip on Sunday 06/17 and our first stop was Hueco. Not to climb, only to stop through. We stayed at a friends place and I met up with another photographer Sam Davis. Sam and I stayed up kinda late and shot some star and milky way images. They came out pretty cool. Although this isn’t shot #1 from the D800, it’s shot #13, so I’d have to say that we are off to a pretty good start. Enjoy!
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