Looks like I’ve become a regular at the flow events over at the awesome Studio 526 in Akron. Between stills from my Nikon, GoPro footage, and playing with my new video camera, I came how with about 12 gigs worth of footage. So, be on the lookout for more cool stuff from this event.
Last night, I was invited back out to the Metro Studio Spin Jam out in Akron for some more photos and video. This time, I decided to take greater advantage of the studio’s setup. An entire wall is basically one giant, seamless backdrop and the other walls are covered by curtains. I figured that it was the perfect chance to test out my new light stands.
If you liked the fire dancing shoot I did with Dominique, I’ve got good news. After we finished shooting the stills with the DSLR, we took out the GoPro for some video. We rigged a small, flexible tripod to act as a makeshift harness then set it to record as she performed. It was basically the same setup I used with my friend, Ryan, last year. I will never run out of places to stick my GoPro! If you have any suggestions as to where I should stick that little camera next, or any thoughts on the video, feel free to post them down below. After that, be sure to check out Retro Mix Revue. Their fantastic acoustic cover of the Gerudo theme from Ocarina of Time was the background for the video. So, if you have some time, follow the link, and show them some love.