Tadashi Filters — photography
Get a detailed look at what’s inside Kyle Camarillo’s camera bag! Kyle Camarillo is a well respected and long time skateboard industry videographer & photographer. In this episode of “My Bag” he dispels every piece of his arsenal and also includes vital tips that we can all learn from. Thank you, Kyle, for sharing with us and for all your contributions to skateboarding! short cuts- camera body 1:00 photo fisheye 1:21 video bodies 1:36 video fisheye 2:44 mic 3:43 drone 3:46 flashes 4:55 moment lenses 6:20 handle 6:50 tripod 7:05 light stands: 7:38 gimbal 8:03 http://KyleCamarillo.com
Clues to how some unique underneath angles were captured using a Tadashi Filter. Featuring: James Brockman, Ryan Farley, and Lucas Erlbach
Tons of Get In Closer style pics using Tadashi Filters in the new Lowcard Mag Issue #60. Get yourself a copy! We got in closer with: Sam Zentner, Vince Duran, Chico Brenes, Jimmy Larsen, Elijah Akerley, Roger Krebs, and Brian Hamm Elijah Akerley, pivot Vince Duran, fs noseslide Sam Zentner, wallis Brian Hamm, noseblunt Roger Krebs, bs tail Roger Krebs, bs smith Chico Brenes, switch pivot
French photographer, Bastien Regeste, came out and tried our Fisheye Protector. Bastien assuming the position! Billy Buttertooth snapping an ollie! Not bad, let's double check the angle and see if we can get in closer... Now that's the spirit! Get In Closer!!
A behind the scenes look of how an extremely close skate pic is captured. Adrian Mallory at the Flowershop Shot with: Nikon D810 Nikon 10.5mm Fisheye 2 Q-Flashes 1 SB-800 Flash Pocket Wizards Mini TT1 The BASIC Fisheye Protector. Settings: 1/640 shutter, F7.1 & ISO 200 Tips: be quick on your feet and be prepared for lots of trial and error! Danger Zone! Getting in closer! Is this one too close?? Since we got the flashes already out, fs smith tailgrab