Hopefully you were tuned in the previous coupla weeks to our play-by-play campaign shooting for SanDisk in New Zealand. Well, we’re back in the states, digging out, editing and what not, and as promised, we’ve got more content from the trip to post. In this Chase Jarvis TECH, I’m responding to hordes of you who asked 1)why are you shooting so many frames? 2) why in the world are you shooting on a tripod? and/or 3)how do you create sequenced frames of the skier or snowboarder atop the stationary background?
Hope this answers all three questions and a little more. [Additional videos/links from behind the scenes in New Zealand after the jump…]
Related videos + posts:
[Now You Know, Sandisk Extreme Pro][Photo Gear Mania][Behind The Curtain: Guts of a Commercial Shoot Video][Video Report From the Heliworks Barn][Video: Packing Quick ‘n’ Dirty][Chase Jarvis RAW: NZ Basecamp][UPDATED behind-the-scenes snapshot gallery]