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Aug 13

GoPro Zenmuse Gimbal

I finally got my DJI Zenmuse H3-2D gimbal last week and I’ve been flying as much as possible – here’s a quick vid from the other night, just messing around on the downhill trails on Teton Pass:

Teton Pass – Zenmuse H3-2D Test from Tristan Greszko on Vimeo.


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May 13

Up in the Air #6 :: Sinks Canyon

Owen Popinchalk climbing Action Candy 5.10a in Sinks Canyon State Park near Lander, Wyoming:

Belay Crew Action Candy Action Candy

27
May 13

Motel :: Downey, ID


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May 13

Up in the Air #5 :: Spring Mix

Boom. Three shots, one post – Idaho Falls Dino, Gros Ventre River, and JH Skate Park:


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May 13

Up in the Air #4 :: Aspens

Aspens on Shadow Mountain:


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May 13

Up in the Air #3 :: Bison

Bison on Antelope Flats:


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May 13

Monterey Animated GIFs

From the Monterey Bay Aquarium a while back:


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Apr 13

Up in the Air #2 :: Buzz Shop Studios

Our new Artlab space at 130 S. Jackson St., Buzz Shop Studios:

Teton Artlab


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Apr 13

Up in the Air #1 :: East Simpson St.

Here’s the first of an what’ll be an ongoing series of aerial shots – Saturday evening backyard BBQing on a tiny camp grill in East Jackson:


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Apr 13

DJI Phantom :: Indian Creek

I just got back from two weeks in the Utah desert, with a few days in Moab and about a week climbing in Indian Creek.  This time I left the Cinestar 8 at home to mess with a new DJI Phantom, and the early prognosis is that it’s pretty amazing.  It flies a GoPro Hero 3, which has some limitations, but it’s still very capable of producing incredible photos.  For now video looks wobbly and problematic – it’s plagued by rolling shutter problems, and the fixed mount gives it a very un-cinematic feel.  DJI is on the verge of releasing a stabilized gimbal, which should drastically improve the capabilities of the whole setup for video, which is very, very exciting.

In any case, it’s super easy to fly, has a bunch of advanced GPS capabilities, and with its tiny size, can fly from anywhere with virtually no assembly time.  It was great for climbing photos from crazy, otherwise impossible angles – it’s easy to hand launch and land from the base of the crag, and in good light the GoPro shots look great:

If any at GoPro is listening, can we get a RAW file output on the still photos? That’d take the Hero3 to a whole new level for stuff like this and it seems like it’s just a firmware upgrade away…

As for DJI Innovations, they’re an amazing new company with an innovative foundation and a bright future:

DJI presents “THE FUTURE OF POSSIBLE” from DJI Innovations on Vimeo.