Category Archives: videography

Cloud Formation and Dissolution

I’ve got a soft spot for time lapse video and that overlaps with watching clouds. I used to live out on the plains where the sky is huge and the storms gigantic. Now I live in the mountains. The storms … Continue reading

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Kayak in Silouette

At Christina Lake, B.C. Homecoming 2015

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A Little Sunday Drive in 360 degrees.

We had occasion to drive out to Christina Lake, the next town to the east of us, today. I took advantage of the opportunity to use the SP360 camera to work on capturing highway driving. This video is the drive … Continue reading

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360 Degree Video a reality

Each year for the last few I’ve been looking at the state of 360 degree video. And it’s been a bit of a tease … one company has a lens/mirror attachment BUT it costs and arm and a leg AND … Continue reading

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Well This Is Weird

In my previous post I ended with the following reflections: “The irony of all this is that I’m able to bring an unprecedented level of live TV broadcast (on the web of course) to this event and I’m just as … Continue reading

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Software Video Mixers Suffer From Software Issues

In a blog post from yesterday I mentioned that I was going to be livecasting a political forum. And that I was hoping that my mix of software video mixing programs would finally allow me to use the cameras I … Continue reading

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Lights, Cameras, Action – Democracy

Well this evening our town is having a public forum for some of the candidates in the upcoming civic election. Last time the forum was the School Trustee Candidates and City Council Candidates (Aldermen). Tonight it is the Candidates for … Continue reading

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