Wedding season is upon us the Binita Patel Photography/Cinemetography team hit the ground running. Maya & Nilay were so much fun to shoot with and the wedding was beautiful, check out the dessert table at the end it was killer! Here is the a link to the Same-Day-Edit and a full highlights video below.
I’ve assembled a team to enter an upcoming 24 hour film race. In preparation, Josh Lyford and I wanted to shoot something simple to get a feel for the work flow we will be faced with. We developed a concept and shot it in under 2 hours, I have also been experimenting with various color grading techniques to get that film look all cinematographers strive for. The Canon 5D Mark iii has a 35mm full frame sensor and with some minor techniques in post you can come away with a film like look. Here is the short on Vimeo in 720p, be sure to click the ‘HD’ button for maximum quality. It is beautiful in full res 1080p. Enjoy!
Riding Tuckermans Ravine has been on my bucket list for over 5 years now, on 03.28.2013 I was determined to check it off the list. Avalanche danger was down to moderate, and it snowed 3 inches the previous night. I was more than ill prepared equipment wise but managed to hike up the icy, 50 degree pitch in one piece. I dropped Left Gully with first tracks and it was deep, some of the best turns of my life. After my adrenaline glads were empty I was able to ride Sherburne Ski Trail all the way to my car. Truly an amazing experience.
Here is a gallery from the 2012/2013 season at Waterville Valley, and what an amazing season it was. I totaled 112 days on snow, there were endless powder days, my co-workers are some of the best park builders in the business and my best friends. Best year yet!
Photos take during the Back to the Boneyard contest can be viewed here on Snowboarder Mag: snowboardermag.com/exclusives/back-to-the-boneyard-5-at-waterville-valley/
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During the winter I work as a Park Ranger for Waterville Valley Snowboard Parks, we build and maintain all the features throughout the season. When there is downtime I produced my own marketing piece called the ‘Park Chronicles’. Giving the viewer an inside perspective to life in the park.
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The first North American edition of Sitefinity’s user conference, Sitefinity & Beyond, took place on October 18th, 2012, at The Colonnade Hotel in Boston and was the official release party of Sitefinity Version 5.2. Attendees were the first to see Sitefinity’s personalization and multisite functionality and had the chance to talk directly with the engineers building Sitefinity. The agenda’s developer and business user tracks covered tips and tricks on how to make the most of Sitefinity. Speakers from across Telerik provided insight and vision on the latest roadmap and took feature enhancement suggestions.
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