Fixed gear rider Massan again teams up with Macaframa. Filmed from a car mount, this was a segment from their latest feature. Massan absolutely kills this hill, and seems to do it with relative ease, proving why he is one of the most exciting riders to watch. Check out the video right here, and let’s hear what you think.
Honolulu based fixed gear store Aloha Fixed hits us with an awesome edit recapping one of their recent Sunday afternoons. The gang tears up the streets, hosts a pong tourney, and gets into all sorts of shenanigans. Check out the edit right here, and be sure to share your thoughts.
Check out the final two episodes of the Nike Vapen Sessions series. Watch as the Nike 6.0 and Nike Snowboarding teams tackle features from a 90 foot midnight kicker, to a pole jam, to a wall ride. These edits are sure to get you in the mood to ride.
After an 8 year hiatus, the legendary Nixon JibFest competition returned to Northstar-at-Tahoe this past April. 15 hand-selected snowboarding superstars including Jeremy Jones, JP Walker, and Scott Stevens took place in the three day ‘secret’ competition. This edit captures the fun spirit of the event, and gets us all ready for shred season. Check it out right here.
This quick edit captures of fun afternoon of riding. Watching this just makes me wish the weather would clear up and my new pedal and crank arm would hurry up and get here! Check out the edit right here, and be sure to share your thoughts.
Check out this awesome time lapse photography edit of San Francisco! Very impressive!
This timelapse is about a year in the making. I started sometime in June of 2010 and finished it on August 19, 2011. It wasn’t constant work of course, just working on it every now and then. I’d estimate I have invested anywhere between 250 and 300 hours on it. Most of this was time I spent walking, biking, or riding the bus to locations I was shooting. There are very few locations I used a car to get to. Total frame count is about 28,000 frames and 85 different shots. All the frames weren’t used in the final product as I edited down the clips. You will notice that some of the shots were shaky. San Francisco is a very windy city and even my heavy tripod couldn’t remain still. In hindsight I should have bought a different head. All photos were shot in JPEG and then some light editing in Lightroom. Compiled into .mov clips in Quicktime Pro and then all brought together in Final Cut Pro.
I started this project because there are so many people photographing the city that I wanted to capture it in a different way that most were not. Between the time I started and the time I finished, timelapses have become huge. It’s amazing to see what fellow artists can make with even the most basic equipment.