A few weeks ago there was a slight blizzard here in Vermont and I managed to capture some footage on the dash cam. I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do with it so I decided to have some fun in Sony Vegas and make a bit cinematic.
Sony Vegas is not the most easiest and straightforward video editing software out there so this, despite how short, gave me some much needed practice.
For the last few nights I’ve been sitting at my desk listening to Hans Zimmer trying to come up with something to write about. I’ve always wanted to have a blog where I can share my thoughts and experiences but it was something that I could never get a hold on. I’m easily distracted with Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Forums and everything in between. I know it’s the digital age and everything is online and easily accessible by our smart phones. When I was born, the world wide web was just coming into existence at the same time I was….
I’ve been really getting into photographing abandoned & forgotten man made structures and learning about the history. I came across this abandoned country store in Woodbury, Vermont which was a booming market back in the day and had the last gas station in town then. Sadly the store closed (don’t know when, I’d say in the early 90s) and later in 2011, hurricane Irene flooded the area and caused some further damage to the already run down building. Some would like to see the store renovated into a proper market. There isn’t much information on this country store online and…
If you just bought a new or used Fuji X100/s, then you should totally look into pimping out your camera. I have a few things that you might just like. Gordy Strap When I had the Fuji X20 camera, I bought a wrist strap from Gordy Camera Straps and I really like the quality and workmanship that he puts into these straps. The straps are made in USA and made out of genuine leather. When I bought my Fuji X100 I had Gordy make me a custom 48″ horizontal dark brown leather strap with grey wrapping cord and I had…