With the help of Go Pro Video cameras base jumper Jeb Corliss takes us along on one of his amazing jumps. He’s well known experienced jumper that has the support of a large fan base and sponsors. You can check out his website for more exhilarating videos and photo gallery. Thanks to Fstoppers for sharing the video.
The Narrative Clip is a “lifelogging” device/camera that can be clipped onto your clothes. It actually doesn’t take video. Instead, it takes a picture every 30 seconds essentially capturing all the small moments of your life. According to the article, a firmware will be released shortly that allows you to change the frequency.
It’s always on unless you set it face down, put in a pocket (or other dark place), or when it downloading/charging. You just clip it to your clothing and go about your day. Similar devices have been in production since the 80’s but were far too big and impractical for everyday use. Now, with the advances in technology, it’s become a reality. If you’d like to start lifelogging with The Narrative Clip it can be yours for $279.
If you’d like to read a review and get more specs you can check out the article here. You can also check out the promo video below.
Gravity is known as one the most epic special effect movies to ever be released. On top of that it was critically acclaimed. It’s been nominated for numerous Academy Award nominations including Best Picture. This short video gives us a peek behind the incredible special effects that made the movie look so amazing.
On this mornings scuba dive I bumped into my first monk seal, and it turned out there was a pair of them. This is the best shot, very rare to see. We were diving in the Olowalu area (know for Tiger Shark attacks). We didn’t see any Tigers, but we saw the seals, a nice manta ray, tons of turtles and fish. it was a great dive!
If you’re into video production you know how expensive the gear can get. If you want those beautifully smooth panning shots the cost of gear might be outside your current budget. Camera sliders can cost upwards of $200 bucks for a rather simple piece of equipment. Derek Mellott posted an article to Instructables with an easy DIY camera slider. He’s used $30 in materials he bought at Ikea to construct this really cool, and seemingly effective, camera slider.
You can check out the article on PetaPixel too with links to full instructions.