Our time lapse footage from 2012
A story we shot for ESPN/ABC about Jeff Green and his road back from heart surgery in 2012.
Two videos below from Mostar, Bosnia. The first one is the version Michael Andrus of DGA cut with our B-roll footage. We are proud that this video was named a Vimeo staff pick. The second video was the story that aired on ABC/ESPN and was edited by Jason Morris at Northern Lights in Bristol, CT. I really like both videos and love that we could tell the same story in two very different ways.
Nine days in Siena Italy for the greatest horse race no one has ever heard of. A week of pageantry, passion, and posturing between the 17 contradas vying for the bragging rights of Palio champion. The tradition dates back to the 1600′s – three intense laps of racing that has to be seen to be believed.
Still more photography from the trip on Flickr
Our Wider World of Sports segment from Nicaragua. If you like bull penis fighting and volcano boarding than this ones for you. More pics from the trip can be seen on Flickr.
Music: Sufjan Stevens – “Concerning the UFO Sighting Near
Michael Andrus cut a reel of our time lapses from the past year. These images are without a doubt the most painful, tedious, all consuming, exhausting shots we do. They take hours not only to shoot but to put together properly in post. Trial and error along with extreme patience are necessary to hopefully come out with something usable. In an earlier post about New Zealand, I went through some of the problems associated with getting good moving time lapse. The point is that the payoff is worth it. The sleepless nights and early alarms can yield some amazing results if you persist on making it happen.
Putnam Investments hired DGA to shoot video and stills with PGA Rookie of the Year Keegan Bradley. We shot interviews on 2 Panasonic AF100′s with Zeiss Primes and used the Phantom Flex at 4500fps for his swing coverage in super slo mo.
A more in depth blog from the day can be found here.
When Ray Greenhalge was born seven weeks prematurely, doctors said he would never walk or talk as a result of the debilitating muscle disorder cerebral palsy, as well as severe fluid on the brain. Now, 26 years later, he’s probably more talkative and physically active than most his age – an age many feared he wouldn’t reach. The nephew and godson of retired boxer Micky Ward, best known for his historic trilogy of fights with Arturo Gatti in 2002 and 2003, Greenhalge has a unique passion for boxing, which gives him a sense of direction. He also proves to be every bit as tough as his uncle, with whom he spars ten rounds every Saturday, as well as engaging in two- to three-hour daily gym workouts. REAL SPORTS correspondent Bernard Goldberg traveled to Massachusetts to hear Greenhalge’s inspirational story.
Still photography can be seen here on Flickr.
Stills from the trip can be seen here on Flickr.
Our home movie from our trip to Brazil for Wider World of Sports in 2011.
More pictures on Flickr here.
We shot everything in the first season, including Kenny’s studio segments and the stop motion transitions between countries.