The Captain | Nikon Z7 My father Sverre worked as a Tug Boat captain for over 40 years. Here is a short Documentary about his life on the water. Now at the age of 86, my dad talks about a couple of scary experiences and challenges throughout his career. Sverre first came to North America in the 1950s, on a ship into Ellis Island in New York. Eventually, he made his way west to Vancouver Island Canada to become a logger. After 3 years of logging, where he cut down a Red Cedar that was carved into one of the worlds largest totem poles and then given as a gift to the Queen of England, Sverre then applied to become a Tug Boat Mate. A job that was only supposed to last for 3 days ended up lasting for over 40 years. Film shot on: Nikon Z7 Sigma 85mm f1.4 art Sony a6500 Sigma 35mm f1.4 art
Fishing Memories Short Film
I had this idea kicking around in my head for a while. How do I tell the story of my very earliest memory in my life? The crazy thing is this memory is of Ice Fishing in Norway with my Father.
So here is my attempt to piece it together. The memory has never left and fishing seems to have stuck with me through out my life.
Sigma 16mm art
DJI MAVIC AIR
I have been trying to practice more at shooting film. Slow cinematic shots in 120p. This Sony Camera a6500 along with the Sigma 30mm f1.4 seem to be the perfect match.
In between photographing still imagery of Lexi and Max's big day, I kept the Sony close by in hopes to get some cinematic shots. Here are the results of that wonderful summer evening.
Over the 4th of July weekend, I decided to put my new Sony a6500, Sigma 30mm F1.4 Lens to good use. Along with my DJI Mavic air drone some incredable light, here are the results of a fun eveing!
Today was a pretty amazing day. Spring in Montana can bring any seasonal type of weather. You could have 80F days and then the next day a quick snowfall could occurRead More