I've been off the bike for about a month due to a silly slow speed crash.
Spent the first few weeks just catching up on everything that needed it. Which was a lot.
But then last week I joined some friends in SW Utah. We were s'posed to be riding. I couldn't, so while they did I took the dog and a pile of photo gear (2 bodies, 3 lenses, 2 tripods, 2 intervalometers, and even a GoPro) and went looking for shots.
Here's the essence of what I got.
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8359 shots included in this clip.
Really windy while shooting, thus many of the sequences show movement of the body on the tripod. Even pitched low (a few inches off the ground) wasn't enough to completely eliminate this.
Fun to fiddle with something new. I typically run and shoot, shoot and run, but the past few weeks have forced me to change it up a bit. Lots more forethought involved in this sort of thing, and lots more at stake when you screw up.
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