Part one in a series of portraits from Sydney, Australia captured using the MŌVI, a handheld stabilized camera gimbal allowing a new era of stabilized cinematography.
Equipment: The MŌVI M10, Canon 1DC HDDSLR, Canon 24mm Cinema Prime, Heden Carat follow focus, Small HD DP4 / DP7 Pro monitors
Featuring Mariah Jakosky
Designer and Owner of Riah Swimwear
Worn With A Smile
Music: Tony Anderson
Track: Svay Pak
From: The Music Bed
SURFER - behind the scenes
A behind the scenes look at the making of 'SURFER' shot using the MŌVI M10 handheld stabilized camera gimbal.
BTS footage: Eric Downer
Another massive winter swell hit Sydney's coast over the last week generating monster sized waves putting on an impressive display of power and beauty along the coastline.
People spend hours and hours perched atop the cliffs at Bronte (pronounced Bron-tee) marvelling at the sheer power of waves crashing ashore observing surfers taking on the huge swells. What do people think about as they look out onto the huge swells rolling in and crashing up against the shore? Always wondered.... it appears to be quite therapeutic for so many people.
As it was a southerly swell generated by a huge low pressure system off Australia's southern most point in Tasmania only a couple of Sydney's city beaches are rideable in these conditions.
Bronte, my favourite beach and local, being one of them.
This is PURE BRONTE.....
Track: Nothing Brings Me Down
Artist: Emiliana Torrini
My Kinda Crazy
The first time editing some writing to music and motion imagery - a bit anxious about posting something so personal - meeting this girl was such a bright part of last year, followed by sadness & a drift into unexplained silence from a beautiful soul.
Sadly.... we no longer speak.
A BIG winter swell hit the Australian east coast recently, conditions were very special due to the tide, offshore westerly winds, sand banks and size of the swell all combining perfectly.
Tama doesn't break like this very often.
Tourists and Sydney-siders perched along coastal vantage points whilst experienced surfers took on the massive pacific swells.
Here's a visual story illustrating the beautiful part of Australia we call Sydney's eastern beaches.
Music: Hometown Glory, ADELE
Australian Time-lapse Montage 2012
Featuring 3-axis motion control & static sequences captured in Melbourne, Sydney + Lake Eyre in South Australia;
Cityscape from building rooftop, Shrine of Remembrance, various CBD locations, St Kilda, Flinders St Station, 2012 Australian Open Tennis (Rod Laver Arena), Eureka Tower, Rooftop Bar (with outdoor cinema), Parliement House
Sculptures By The Sea, North Bondi, Bradleys Head, Mrs Macquaries Chair, Sydney Opera House during Vivid Sydney Festival
All 3-axis motion control moves captured using the Camblock:
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Track: To Build A Home
Artist: The Cinematic Orchestra