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.
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
And here are a few photos from over the last few months that haven’t found a home.
Its been a bit slow on the updates as I have been doing some different commercial work which I can’t post yet! In the meantime here are some shots from a few sunrise missions we have been on to snag some NZ powder goods. Mt Olympus aka the playground of the gods put it on for an epic powder day.
Bit of a test of the Peak Designs Capture Plate while enjoying the snow at Mt Olympus.
Checking out the recently revamped step up at the local bikes trails when they were finally dry enough to ride, I got the flashes out and took a couple of MTB shots. Was good to get some external lighting out as I haven’t shot that style of photo for a while.
A friend of mine has spent the last couple years working on a Resto Mod of a 1965 Pontiac Laurentian and he has finally finished it. Check out some photos of the finished product and a little video I made for him to showcase it.
Last Sunday Josh Clarke and I headed up to see if we could catch some of the last of the sunlight in Vic Park – most of which unfortunately faces the wrong way but check out some of the images we got below:
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:
It was the week before Christmas, and all through the land, festive cheer was spreading, so we gave it a hand. We decided to have a bit of a laugh and put together this super high budget Christmas mini-edit with Freeride New Zealand. We got ourselves a rad local shredder – Joseph Nation – put him in an extremely high-quality Santa suit, handed him a beer and sent him off down a hill. It was edge-of-your-seat stuff as the trousers ripped and got caught in the seat on almost every turn. We’re lucky we made it out alive.
Have a great Christmas break, and make sure you get out on your bike!
If you want to see the Spoke Magazine article with heaps of sick photos from Freeride NZ click here.
Rider: Joe Nation (@Joenation1)
Filmed & Produced: Sam Minnell & Jay French
Music: King Diamond – No presents for Christmas
Yo everyone! Here is a bit of an update for decemebr, mainly some POV shot with the new GoPro Hero 6 and a quick scree edit with Rod Hall.. And a couple of skatepark shots. Keep an eye out for the next post which will be a photo epic with leftovershots that I have been saving for some magazines