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Steve Rogers Photography, adventure photographer from BC

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Whistler Bike Park opening day May 2010

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System X Catalogue

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System X Catalogue

System X Catalogue

MEC Catalogue

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Spring feels like it is here

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Early March in the Sea 2 Sky corridor feels like spring has arrived.  The snow line is creeping higher on a daily basis, damn……………..Lets all pray for the winter to have one last installment !! Too much sunshine in Pemberton Meadows at the weekend.

Night shooting with the Nikon D3S

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Here are a few things from messing around with the D3S at night. So far it has been very impressive….

Moonlight on the Squamish chief

Moonlight on the Squamish chief

Night forest

Night forest

Nikon D3S for live video production

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I just used the Nikon D3S  as a ‘run and gun’ video camera to produce olympic highlight video virals for Tourism Whistler. Here are the end clips, they are all ungraded and produced as fast as possible for web release. The camera produces a nice web look but was very difficult to use as a true ‘run and gun’ tool.  The whole video DSLR theme still feels very young and not quite ready in some ways.

Zipline shots

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Back in 2007 myself Matt maddaloni of Sea to sky cam and Bryan Smith of Reel water productions teamed up to produce some viral video content for the Welsh Canoe Assosication. This was very early on in the development of Matt’s camera motion systems and involved myself and Matt actually being on the line to shoot. Matt has since progressed to a full automated system which can be rigged in back country situations in a matter of hours. Here are some of the clips shot using the early cable camera systems.

To read more about Matt’s new rigging and motion camera company : Sea to Sky Cam

Britannia Creek cable camera from Steve Rogers Photography on Vimeo.

Cable camera on Britannia Creek

Kayaking cable camera

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