I took my new Panasonic GH4 for a quick helicopter flight around Seattle for some 4K goodness. All the aerial footage was shot handheld with the Panasonic 12-25mm f/2.8 lens. Edited with Adobe Premiere, graded with Magic Bullet.
I started the weekend stoked to try out Hipstamatics new multiple exposure function, but my enthusiasm quickly diminished when I realized that the apps lack of exposure control makes it pretty difficult to get the contrast needed to make the type of shots I wanted. Luckily my beloved Olympus E-M5 has a very handy multiple exposure setting, so I spent sunday shooting the hell out of it. All of these were created "in camera" with only minor tweaks to color and contrast made in Adobe Lightroom.
On thursday I took a train down to Portland to attend the Red Sweater Projects 2012 Launch Party and, as always, I spent the entire trip with my iPhone pointed out the window. It's sort of a game, looking ahead to see what's about to pass and then snapping the shot at just the right moment as my window rushes past the scene. Here are my favorites. If you like this stuff the way I do then please follow me on Instagram.
I spent the day pre lighting and setting up cameras and stages and stuff for our chasejarvisLIVE broadcast of The Lumineers tomorrow. The band sounded great during the sound check and the stage lighting is top notch, if I do say so myself. Watch it here at 11:00am Seattle time on Tuesday the 3rd.
I picked up the Olympus 40-150mm last week for my E-P3 and fired off these sunrise shots on my way to work yesterday.