Tiny Sydney - A short tilt-shift film showing the city of Sydney.
Tilt-shift effect applied in post-production.
Shot from Bondi Beach, Sydney Tower Eye, Pylon Lookout, Dudley Page Reserve.
Thanks to the Four Seasons Hotel for allowing me to film from the roof terrace and from a beautiful suite with views on the Harbor (fourseasons.com/sydney).
From sequences commissioned by Expedia.
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Here is the first film from the LET US ROAM series featuring Ray Barbee, a legendary professional skateboarder from San Jose, CA. Barbee’s film explores his passion for music and photography, which were made accessible through skateboarding. This short film illustrates his passion for creativity.
this video features all the basses I play the most with.
Talking about the next song, I know some of you might say:
“whaaaat another chili peppers cover?”
And well in my defense, this tune is just perfect for showing how versatile a bass can (or cannot) be because it switches a lot between slap and finger style playing.