Posted by Trask on February 14, 2018

Assignment: To document at dusk and night the site for a future structure/Art installation

An evening shoot for a client’s architectural competition project. The site is where Madison Street terminates at the Ohio River in Covington, KY. These images are to be used as background source material for the 3d model renderings of the future sculpture and pavilion.

This first image was created in camera. With my Sony A7SII I used the app “Smooth Reflection” which generates 128 images and compiles them into one- ALL in camera! It is great for night cityscapes like this as well as for removing accidental people that might be walking through or loitering in your perfectly composed image.

This image is from the John Roebling bridge. With the cars movement across the suspension bridge, the “Smooth Reflection” app is rendered nearly useless for getting a sharp image. This generated a similar effect with simply a longer shutter. It worked great, as there were no people I needed to remove. Sadly, the truck and trailer stayed parked right in the middle of the sculpture’s site all evening.

Another couple “Smooth Reflection” shots from on and behind the building site. The rendered 3d Model will be located around the perimeter of the concrete octagon.

Posted by Trask on March 2, 2016

Fearless Flyer- By Heather Lang

Had the joy of working with author Heather Lang on her latest kids book, Fearless Flyer. I created the book trailer-

Also, for those who would like to see a full description and write-up on this spectacular book look here

If you are looking for a great non-fiction story about a strong woman who overcame gender biases and naysayers, then definitely look at not only this book but all of the books from Heather Lang! I am a fan.

Posted by Trask on February 28, 2016

Friday, February 26- Rabbit Hash

There is an open jam every friday evening at the Rabbit Hash general store.  There are many regulars, and occasional a new face in the crowd, like me.  If you are looking for a welcoming environment to play and pluck along with some fine musicians, this is the place! Don’t be afraid to let the dust fly off that case, get your instrument tuned up and join the fun.

When you can’t find the right song to play, just make one up. Rabbit Hash open jam session moments, they might happen again, but they will never be the same.

 

Posted by Trask on February 21, 2016

Rabbit Hash – A Jam after the fire

Nearly a week after the fire that took most of the Rabbit Hash General Store, with the help of many hands they have reopened!  In a new location within eyesight of the the blackened remains, the tradition of a Friday night jam session continues- without skipping a beat.

Posted by Trask on February 15, 2016

Learning to Roll with First Descents and Brad Ludden

A cool moment from the filming of “The River Ward” in 2008.  Brad Ludden is teaching Beemer how to roll in the shadows of Glacier National Park, Montana.  I am behind the camera on a jib in the water!