Another fab festive holiday at Elveden Center Parcs. Crammed lots of activities into our 5 days!
I was lucky enough to once again be asked to produce a season review for the Classic Sports Car Club. What an awesome experience to get so close to some fairly nifty beasts! A great club (fantastically well organised) with some fab racing and support.
Yet another fab day at Godstone Farm
A compilation of video clips submitted by CSCC members and staff through the 2015 season (evening race shot by me!)
Thanks Greece! Let’s do it again next year…
A daddy and daughter day out in London to visit the London Transport Museum.
Felt like I spent the entire weekend playing in the park. Looking at my phone, it seems I did.
I love it when a chance encounter leads to something more. After watching my Team 309’s Brand Hatch video, I was asked me to put together a season review video for the CSCC. It’s a collection of onboard footage and stuff filmed by the teams that tells the story of the 2014 season. Great fun putting it together for the club, which got a great reception at their end of year dinner. Thoroughly recommend anyone interested in motor racing to go to one of the 2015 meetings. The noise from the special saloons is incredible, and there’s some great racing throughout the series. It’s also great getting up close and personal with the teams and their cars in the paddock and the pits.
I normally spend more time reading about tech (or buying) than actually using it. So every now and again, I like to make do with the bare essentials, particularly when it comes to video. It reminds me that it’s not the tech that I enjoy, but filming and editing. And more often that not, you have fun instead of stressing over what lens to use, or that your steadicam isn’t quite balanced. And that’s important when you want to capture your kids having fun!
So rather than lug around a bag full of camera gear. I just took my phone out to film in the park. Nothing fancy, I just want to record my 3 year old scooting (she’s finally got the hang of it). Now I’m not saying it’s a master piece, but for it does show you can make do with what you have. Of course, I’ll still spend hours drooling over new camera gear and thousands on equipment (after all, the more you buy, the better you are ;-)).