December 2018

Can’t believe it is December, this year has been absolutely hectic with heaps of projects on the go. Including starting up a video project with Dylan McNiece one of NZs premiere Triathletes. Couple of shots below from a little photoshoot we did with him.

So keep an eye out for that content to drop.

Farmlands ERA Awards

Another project we completed was the Farmlands ERA awards video which they used for an environmental awards campaign. Not our usual affair but was a very interesting project. Check it out below

Try selecting and removing or editing the caption, now you don’t have to be careful about selecting the image or other text by mistake and ruining the presentation.

New Equipment

We have invested in some new kit as well with the Wiral Cam Cable cam which has opened up some pretty cool filming options especially paired with the new GoPro. We out to try and get through the learning curve and created a little vid for Instagram below for Loose Riders NZ

Photos

And here are a few photos from over the last few months that haven’t found a home.


May Update

Its been a month or so since we last posted but we have had a busy month and the weather is starting to change to winter here in NZ so the bike content will slow down for a bit.

Major project for the month was filming a new video for the Christchurch Adventure Park to showcase how much of an epic spot they have there!

Check it out below:

We also went and shot a pile of photos up there as my bike has been broken!

Check them out below:

Last but not least as I mentioned earlier in this post the weather is changing and winter is kicking in, so we ventured out for a look and got some powdery goodness. There is only one photo from the day as it was to good to stop but check it below:

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Josh Clarke Vic Park 2018

The weather is flipping here in New Zealand, with winter starting to get its icy grip on the Southern Hemisphere.The wind was wild today, but the tracks had dried out a little so Josh Clarke and I decided to stick in the trees and film a small edit of him in Vic Park. Smooth and dialled through the interesting conditions down one of the OG trails in Vic Park, semi greasy and semi grippy at the same time.

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Step Down on Race Line

Ayers Rock

Something a little bit different – but I got the chance to visit Ayers Rock while doing some work a month or so ago.. And managed to get out for a few shots in between. Uluru is an incredibly interesting and cultural place to visit and is a must do for anyone visiting Australia. Check the photos out below:

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Milky Way over the Field of Light

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Uluru Sunrise

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Uluru

 

Fujifilm GFX

The good people at Photo and Video International and Fujifilm NZ let me borrow the Fuji GFX50s medium format camera for the week. This camera is absolutely unreal, the dynamic range and detail is incredible. I couldn’t post all of the photos I shot below as I have sent some off for publications, but there are a range of images I shot through the week below, including Ben riding some of the Lyttleton MTB Trails and some scenic shots from Coleridge.

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