Tagged: Glidetrack

Shooting for “Adrift’

I spent yesterday down on the coast shooting for “Adrift”, a short film I’m putting together with Peter Naylor. I’d like to say a big thank you to Justin Smith, Ryan Sutton, Liam Hind & Jamie Crown who came along to help out on the shoot. I didn’t realise quite...

Harley-Davidson Eurofestival 2010 – part 1

After three weeks of working on this project I’m finally at a point where I have some time to write about it. I’m going to be posting my report in three parts, starting with this one which is all about the preparation and the ride to the event near St...

Hoya hood on 35mm (Canon 5D mk2)

Hoya Lens Hood with Fader ND filters

I’ve been using a couple of Fader ND filters with my prime lenses for a while now, the Fader ND’s are useful because they allow you to adjust for bigger lens apertures in daylight conditions without the need to keep swapping filters. One thing that is a bit annoying when...

Behind The Scenes – DSLR Interview

I’ve been asked a few times recently to post more BTS (Behind The Scenes) images from my shoots so here’s a few from today. This was the latest in a series of interviews I’m doing for one of my clients. Interviews is one area where these cameras shine, so much...

Glidetrack HD & Shooter Review

Update: Since October 2012 I’ve switched over to the Kessler Stealth slider. I’ve been a fan of the Glidetrack ever since I got the original version back in 2008. Since then though Alastair, the creator of the Glidetrack has been beavering away up in Scotland turning that original version into a...

Glidetrack SD

Note: Since October 2012 I’ve switched over to the Kessler Stealth slider. The Glidetrack is a small track which allows you to mount a video camera and then achieve dolly type shots by pushing the camera along the track. I had considered purchasing an Indislider but with shipping costs from the US...