World’s 1st 3D Printed Kayak

Jim Smith an engineer at 3D Systems created the world’s first 3D printed kayak. He did it using a custom printer he’s been building at home since 2008. You can check out the video below showcasing how he designed the kayak and read more about how it was accomplished it here.

Alaska Ice Cave Captured by Drone

Alaska is known as the last true frontier of pure wilderness in the United States. In the video below the guys at FireFight Flims take us on an epic journey through an ice cave in Alaska.

As the Vimeo pages states it was shot entirely with a GoPro Hero3 using a DJI Phantom Quadcopter. They’re calling the film ‘Bigger Than Life’. This footage is quite stunning and may not have been possible without the help of a drone.

Check it out below.

Bigger Than Life – Ice Caves from Firefight Films on Vimeo.

Desert Adventure With Friends

Had a great day today hiking with friends here in Az! Wider shots taken with Canon 5Diii and Canon 24-70 2.8L .

Zoom Images were taken with a Canon 70D and Canon 70-200 Canon 70-200 2.8 IS LII

Panorama taken with an iPhone 5s.

My sidearm for the day was an FN 5.7, the long gun is an Israeli Tavor with an EO Tech Sight and 3x Magnifier. BTW- I am LOVING the Tavor 5.56. It is very small, feels lighter than it is and the ergonomics are wonderful.

Gilbert Temple – By Maven Adapter

Had a fun shoot today at the Gilbert Temple testing out the NEW (and not yet available) Maven Adapters . One of my good photography friends, Elle J Photography is interested in using it on an upcoming wedding she has, so we took it out and tried some new types of shots. This was my favorite of the evening. The palm trees on the left and right obstruct the view of the temple from eye level, the adapter allows us to get above them, camera was at about 18 feet up: Canon 70D , Canon 16-35mm 2.8 L II , using Maven Adapter.

f6.3, 1/200, ISO 1600

Making of Red Bull Promo for Olympic Skier Nick Goepper

Nick Goepper is an amazing skier. At the top of his game, he’s known for his wins at both the Winter X Games as well as the Olympics. In this amazing video Red Bull Media House take us behind the scenes to give excellent insight into how the promo was made. You’ll learn not only what gear they used, but also how they did it. It’s a very interesting watch.

The first video is the behind the scenes the second is the finished promo.

Thanks to Fro Knows Photo for the original post.