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2014 NAIAS | Detroit International Auto Show

2014 NAIAS | Detroit International Auto Show

For the past 15 years or so I’ve been going with my father to the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.  Only missing one year, it’s always such a cool place to be for car enthusiasts.  Since 2009 the show has gradually been pulling itself back together after the market crash and bailouts.  We …

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Pierce Fulton Central America & Mexico Tour

This past November, I accompanied Pierce Fulton on a 10-day tour throughout Central America and Mexico. Starting in Tegucigalpa, Honduras,  moving to Cancun, Mexico City and then finishing up in Guatemala, we made the most of the trip by seeing as many of the sites as we could aside from just the shows and hotels. …

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Lens Review: Tamron SP 24-70 2.8 VC

Lens Review: Tamron SP 24-70 2.8 VC

Every once and a while I will write a little post about some piece of equipment that I believe needs writing about.

It’s been on my mind for a while to do a write up on a lens that I purchased, on a whim, back in September: the Tamron 24-70 2.8 VC

Selling my Handycam …

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2013 North American International Auto Show: Detroit

2013 North American International Auto Show: Detroit

The 2013 NAIAS in Detroit has always been one of the most notable car shows to take place in the US every year.  With the exception of last year, I’ve been in attendence every year with my father for as long as I can remember.

Each year I try and do something a little different …

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EOS M Review

EOS M Review

Ever since I first heard about the EOS M back in July, I’ve wanted to see if it really could hold up to the quality of a DSLR. Finally after getting the chance to test it out over the holidays, I think I’ve found an answer.

The Canon EOS M is the first entry into …

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Avicii: Electro Beach Puerto Vallarta

With Spring Break fast approaching, the excitement for EBPV is rapidly growing.  I edited this video together from footage I shot at the Covington show back in October, Puerto Vallarta footage from White Bulldog Media (Stanley Shetron), and Spring Break footage provided by the College Travel Experts. The Psunami plugin for AE is really rocking …

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Christopher Oberle: Magician

It’s good to be friends with great people. Especially those friends who know how to brighten up other people’s day.  Chris Oberle is a magician if you didn’t gather that already.  He does dozens of shows each year, and from the little I’ve witnessed, that must me thousands of dazzled strangers.  If you aren’t amazed …

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New York Minute

New York Minute

“New York Minute”. The phrase kept going through my head today as I aimlessly (mostly) wandered around the Big Apple. I had never been before so naturally I had preconceived ideas of what it would be like. After making it downtown via bus, the first stop was the site of the World Trade …

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November Skyline

November Skyline

Went out last night to see the Leonid meteor shower that happens every November. Since I had stayed up till 430am, and it was overcast, I decided not to let it go to waste.  This is definitely my favorite lookout of the Queen City. Click on the picture to view full size.…

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Ronnie Rayguns

Ronnie Rayguns

T-shirt design for an indoor soccer team. The Ronald Rayguns – an appropriate nickname for the president who was adamant about installing “ray guns” on the seaboards to protect his country from Russian ICBMS.…

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Cereal Killers

Created for an Electronic Media class at the University of Cincinnati. Sean Fannin & Kerry O’Connor. $80 of Cereal can go a long way!…

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Black Spirals – Europe

How could I ever trade such and experience?  London, Munich, Berlin, Ibiza, Amsterdam and more. This summer was filled with plenty of unexpected surprises for me. Here are just a few I happened to catch on camera. The song is Black Spirals by Applescal.…

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Surreal Munich

Shot a bit at the small fair next to the Olympic Village the other night. All in 60fps, slowed down to 1/2x speed.  The song is Surreal by Markus Schulz. Apparently I really like his new album Do You Dream, because this is the second video I’ve made with music from the release.…

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