While i was up on the Northern Beaches in NSW recently i went to Avalon Beach early one morning to fly the DJI Phantom 2 and get some GoPro footage. It was completely foggy but it made for some different video. A bit scared of flying it over the ocean, but it worked out ok.
This short clip is made up of every photo i took on Jason and Lizzy’s wedding weekend and the 2 days before. About 40gb in 4 minutes, around 1300 images. On location in Whananaki, Northland, New Zealand.
This is my way of saying thanks for a great time up there. Beautiful place, Beautiful people. Cheers guys!
Music: Ween – I fell in love today
Camera: Canon 5DMKIII with 50mm ƒ/1.4, 14mm ƒ/2.8 and 70-200 ƒ/2.8 taken in RAW and converted to JPG, unedited except the first and last images in video.
Oh, and definitely watch this in full screen and with the speakers turned up!
A problem i’ve thought about every time i come home with a card or two filled with images. What to do with the overflow of images i cannot use right away, or are unusable all together. They fill up hard drives, both internal and external. If not needed now, will they be needed tomorrow (or next year). If totally useless, do i put them to death forever. Instant, brief existence, then death. At the time of writing this i keep everything. Empting all contents of cards onto hard drives, and backing up on a mirror drive. Always two copies of everything. But as the cameras i own get sizable and the megapixels and shutter speeds are growing, i am thinking of other ways to deal with it all. It all comes down to dollars vs decisions. Spend the dollars on backup systems, or make decisions on what to keep and what to cull. I read this artical on the Assignment-Chicago page, and it kind of made sense. I have to change the ways i’ve gone so far. I have to learn to like deleting. It has to be done. I might start tomorrow.