Tag: animation

After Effects

This is pretty much like Photoshop for video, it makes all that extra stuff in the videos, the motion graphics or the cleaning up of a logo, everything to make your video shine.

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The Rest of CHILL Series 2012

The last two CHILL series videos are up and online, Black Diamond Big Mountain from Temple Basin.

& the snowboard edit covering the whole series. Awesome shreading overall and really good to hang out with all the crew.

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K2 Big Mountain Chill Series – The First Actual Edit

TWsnow Best of the web

As part of my high fives coverage, I’d flick the switch between photo and video a bit to help get some shots for the NZsnowboard edit that Liam Hall who I work with on Film Inc Media made with shots of his own and Kaleb from the Cardrona Media House as well as my little titles. We were all pretty stoked on how the video turned out then it turns up on Transworld’s best of the web, which counts as pretty much as far as you can get with a snowboard vid on the web.
its a screenshot of transworld snowboarding

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The CHILL Series has begun

Which means I have been half way up the side of the mountain shooting for the past week, it’s been a great chance to use a few new toys and do some things that I haven’t before with a production, the internet isn’t too fast up there but as we left town I released this little update.

And in between Mt Olympus and Craigieburn I had an hour or so to cut up this little teaser with some results so that I have time to do the real thing over the next few days before I go back to the hills.

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Start of the series

I’ve been spending a fair bit of time working out what I want to do for the CHILL Series this year and I was keen to start of with a teaser from last year’s footage with some details about this year to get the stoke up. As per usual my work changed a fair amount from the drawing board and now I have this which is far more about people getting used to Tom fronting the camera and the animations I’ve been playing with, it’s not to serious…

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