This video really needs to be on TV with a major network supporting this professionally done documentary. Again for those who read this BLOG we are not only about our LOVE for bikes and adventure but Cheryl and I share a LOVE for wild life. It’s 40+ mins long but stunning and informative. Enjoy! The Photography within the video is just fantastic.
This film is especially informative for those who live far away and do not know how beautiful BC, Canada really is…I hope you all take a look and see for yourself why we live in a Province called Beautiful BC.
by EP Films
“A powerful award winning documentary on the Great Bear Rainforest.” The film shows the splendor of nature and first nation culture with through world renown photographers and beautiful photography. It highlights the what we all want to protect but our addiction to burn more oil is helping to destroy. Go to pacificwild.org to help protect this beautiful place.
I need to work out the low light issues I am having with this camera. Can’t seem to figure out how to get more light without using the flash indoors as well as outdoors. I have not loaded the manual yet thought I could figure this out on my own. I will be enrolling in a 3 hour class as soon as I can to learn more about this new camera and how to work it better as well as just take awesome pictures. I am in no way a photographer but I am at the point in my life I really want to learn more. I will never be great because I lack patience and artistic flare but I can learn to improve. (SLIDE SHOW BELOW)
This has to be one of the best time elapse videos of ICELAND I have ever seen. Iceland would be such an intriguing place to ride a bike. Volcanic rocks, sand, unpredictable weather, landscape so unique and beautiful and such a small country. Another dream of ours to ride here! I have emailed the producer of this video Joe and he can not say enough about how beautiful Iceland is and that this country would be a bike haven to ride.
I have also been reading a few ride reports on the ADV forum that make Iceland as one of our dream destinations to ride. We have been warned about the wind in the South but other than that, mild temperatures in Summer and landscape that people swear you can only see while visiting this small beautiful country. Has anyone been here either riding or just to visit? Please let us know by commenting and even posting some pictures. This is a video that was made with a lot of determination and patience. Please watch the entire video the effort is commendable and the outcome is stellar.
BEST VIEWED IN HD AND FULLSCREEN (with scaling off)
Midnight Sun: A natural phenomenon occurring in the summer months north of the Arctic Circle and south of the Antarctic Circle where the sun never fully sets and remains visible 24 hours a day. Continue reading
I think these are two adventurous brothers from Canada that the ADV community might want to get to know…they really seem to be good guys…
Check out his channel
Ryan’s Vimeo Channel here
Ryan and his brother are in the Guinness World Book of Records for their BMW F800GS ride around China.
Could smart phones be the answer to photography equipment consolidation? We know that in order to document a trip we seem to bring a ton of electronic gear. Too much we believe…could these phones, specifically the iPhone help to minimize the need for a camcorder, digital point and shoot and even a DSLR?
Thanks RichardM a BLOG reader for this link…I said would be nice to have the iPhone H20 proof, shock proof, dust proof etc…and Richard posted this link LIFE PROOF CASES CLICK HERE
Bridge Camera Roundup
By Allan Weitz
Published Fri, 2011-11-18 12:35
B&H Photo, where this info was obtained – click here! Great website
Despite the growing availability of some impressively small mirrorless digital-camera systems, the market for bridge-style cameras continues to hold its own. If you think about it, it’s kind of cool to know you can purchase a technology-packed digital camera that can capture up to 10 frames per second, HD video with Dolby sound, and sports a fixed 36x optical zoom lens no less for a few hundred dollars. I take that back. It’s very cool.