July 31, 2010

July 31: Snap Shots

I'm working on a variety of projects now:
An ad campaign for a ski company.
A promotional book for a pool company.
A documentation/submission for a textile artist.

I've also been traveling and riding my bikes. I've taken a break from hauling a heavy pack, so here are a few point'n'shoot full auto snap shots. (unedited)

The road to CA last week.

The road home. Vanessa snapped this one.

Mill Creek Canyon, overlooking the valley.

East Canyon, a great road for cycling. And it's freshly resurfaced!

It also has a steep MTB route. Watch out for deer on the white-knuckle descent.

I'll try to get some images up from this week's studio shoots.

July 14, 2010

July 14: BCC Cars

I tried some climbing in Big Cottonwood, but my injured knee prevented me from doing much.
I made it about 2 moves up the wall before the pain convinced me that the knee is not yet ready for action.
Without a tripod or shutter release, I shot this series.

BCC Cars from Jeremy Koons on Vimeo.

I used my climbing shoes and backpack to support the camera, and a dedicated trigger finger to get the shots.
I combined them in PhotoShop to create this final image.


I'd like to try again with the right gear and a different angle.

July 7, 2010

July 7: Sample Stills

I'm still organizing video and compiling image sets into timelapse clips.
Here're are a few stills from the forthcoming clips.

Sometimes in the car.

Sometimes with rotation.

Sometimes at night.

Sometimes on the bike.

Sometimes wider.

Sometimes in tunnels.

Sometimes in camp, usually tired.

Sometimes posed.

And sometimes hanging by a web.

Sometime, at some point, I'll get some of this edited, and I'll post something, somewhere, somehow.

July 5, 2010

July 5: Oregon Preview

 Returning from adventure, I have roughly 5000 new images, and hours of video.
(~125GB total media)
It will take some time to get things sorted (let alone edited...), but here's one set that works.

I can't decide what to call it.
It fits somewhere between Body Balance and Cloud Dancing.
'Stick Yoga' just doesn't quite do it.