I am really honored to be featured in onOne's first series of onLocation videos. In this first episode I showcase the beauty of the southern coast of Olympic National Park and explain how I capture the multiple-image panoramic mergers I love to create. If you want to know more about how I post-processed the RAW files to create this particular high resolution panoramic photograph then check out this onOne Perfect Inspiration video on my studio process.
I have to thank onOne not only for asking me to be a part of this, but for displaying the commitment to produce such high quality video content in remote locations. It is not easy. You probably know that onOne makes amazing and intuitive photo editing software, but they also are dedicated to helping photographers improve their craft from field production to printmaking. They are a cool Portland, Oregon based bunch of people that I'm very proud to work with and have as friends.
Last but not least I must thank my friend Andy Adkins from Distill Productions for being the amazing video artist that he is. His work speaks for itself. Beyond that, he's a blast to spend time with. From a tent at 17,000 feet on Denali to coffee on the porch he's one of my favorite guys in the world to hang out with.
Speaking of hanging out with Andy... He and I are kicking off a series of joint workshops on using your camera to capture high quality video and stills. You can find out more on the workshops page.