A cinematic montage filmed at Lakeside in Doncaster. I had a day off work and it was a beautiful day so I decided to go for a walk around the lake with my new Sony A6400 with the 18-135mm lens.
The purpose of this video was to set myself a little challenge. I had one camera, one lens and gave myself one hour to film something. I had planned to film a short video at Lakeside at some point soon, but I thought this might challenge me to see what I could create with with minimal equipment and a short amount of time. Have a look at what I came up with below.
A short cinematic montage taken on a walk down to Sprotbrough Falls on a cold and frosty morning, and halfway through it decided to start snowing! Bad for my already cold fingers, great for the shots. Take a look.
This video was filmed on the Sony RX100 IV, with one or two shots from the Panasonic Lumix TZ90.
A bright sunny day meant a walk down to Sprotbrough falls. I kept on walking until I got to Consibrough viaduct. You would have thought on a day like this I would have thought to take a camera, but no, so these shots were taken on my iPhone 7. I thought I'd try something a little different with the edits this time, so as they were taken on my phone I decided to edit them on my phone with a cheap app. I'm quite pleased with the results.
Photos from my trip to Orlando in Florida to visit SeaWorld, Walt Disney World and Universal.
Here are my photos from my walk, starting at Dovestone Reservoir in the Saddleworth Moors passing Yeoman Hey Reservoir and Greenfield Reservoir. The route was well marked with a track up until you reach Birchin Clough where the climb looks quite daunting at first, but the views are rewarding both at the top and during the climb. After a scramble up a hill I reached the Trinnacle which is a very picturesque spot, then followed the edge of the cliff back down to Dovestone.
The Yorkshire coast has some great scenery. Here a some photos from Flamborough Head, North Landing and Thornwick Bay. I would have liked to capture a long expose shot down on the beach, but the weather had other ideas. Extreme winds threw huge amounts of spray towards the lens causing the photo to become a blur.
Before I start with my day at the Olympic Park, I thought I'd share these photos of the Olympic Torch relay that took place in Doncaster earlier in the year. Local legend and war hero, Ben Parkinson walked with the flame on his two prosthetic legs and then Sky Sports' Chris Kamara took the flame onwards. The close up photo of Ben was used for the logo of a beer brewed in his name, 'Ben Parkinson's Gold Medale'.
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