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Friday, June 17, 2011

Stanley Cup Game 7

Been down to Vancouver yesterday to watch the Game 7 of the Stanley Cup. Vancouver Canucks vs Boston Bruins.
Started watching the Game downtown in between the crowds.

After getting pushed really hard at the corner of the Library, we were pretty happy to get out of there through the building.

After watching the game, went to Kits and enjoyed the sunset. And then heard about the riots.


More about the riots here:
http://www.vancouversun.com/sports/Photos+most+dramatic+photos+Vancouver+riots/4959864/story.html


Thursday, June 9, 2011

Whistler Wednesday Episode 8

Filmed some nature and experimented with HDR Timelapses on the trip to Tofino. Check it out:

Song: Beautiful World - Derek Clegg

http://derekclegg.bandcamp.com/album/beautiful-world



Filmed on a Canon Rebel T2i on a trip to Tofino, BC. Featuring some nature and HDR Timelapses.



Supported by Beaverwax, The Escape Movement, Snowlab.de and Evolution Whistler



Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Tofino

Went to Tofino over the weekend. Camping at the beach, surfing and some awesome views.

Not that bad to have this view when crawling out of your tent in the morning, eh?

A downed plane in the middle of nowhere after a muddy 45min hike. Pretty Lost-like and super impressive.

I also started trying myself in HDR photography, check it out:






Thanks a lot Steve for taking me on this trip and motivating me to try out something new :D
If you like the shots, you should be looking forward to the new Whistler Wednesday Episode dropping tomorrow, no snowboarding but definitely worth watching.


Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Whistler Wednesday Episode 7

It was Whistler Blackcomb's closing weekend and this might be the last Whistler Wednesday on snow.

A couple hundred people celebrated Gaper Day, dressed without taste and acting like retards. Hope it makes you laugh.

Song: Too Fake (RAC Mix) - Hockey

http://remixartistcollective.com/



Filmed on a Canon Rebel T2i (550D)



Last Days of Whistler Blackcomb, celebrated as the Gaper Day