Here is a passion project Capturing water sports from the air & brings the action to life like never before! The super wide lens makes it look big but believe it or not, we shot everything under 100ft AGL! We spent an evening with MN Inboard out on Lake Minnetonka shooting a couple of professional wakeboarders behind two 2013 Malibu Wakesetters. These guys and gal put on a heck of a performance for us and the boats were equally as impressive! Enjoy the slow motion footage as well. Everything was shot using SONY NEX-7 and SONY FS700.
It has been an incredible month shooting all kinds of exciting activities including premier golf courses, professional wake boarders and wake surfers! We are really liking how our new SONY 10-18mm lens is looking, very crisp and clear. Here are a couple of shots of the action.
There is nothing better than the fast paced action of flying and shooting during, “Golden Hour”, sunrise and sunset!
We spent two days shooting in northwest Minnesota capturing the beautiful color and expansiveness of the sunflower fields as they bloom for a very short period of time.
The 48 Hour Film Project comes to Minneapolis on the weekend of May 31 – June 2, 2013. Filmmakers from all over the Minneapolis area will compete to see who can make the best short film in only 48 hours. The winning film will go up against films from around the world.
Enter today! Space is limited.
This year, teams will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. Once the initial registration is complete, we will add teams to a waiting list.
Early Bird Registration is $140. Teams must register on or before Monday, May 6 to get this special rate. Regular registration is $160. If teams register after Tuesday, May 21 they must pay a rate of $175.
Minneapolis 48HFP Events
Meet and Greet at Fly Boys Aerial Cinematography
|Date||Wednesday, May 1|
|Time||6:00 PM to 8:00 PM|
|Place||Eide Communications, 8401 73rd Avenue #77, Brooklyn Park, MN 55428|
As the weather here in Minnesota continues to warm aerial photography becomes more impressive and better looking each day with the melting snow, blue skies and green grass! Today we captured some shots of a Minneapolis construction project. The weather could not have been better, 40 degrees, light to no wind, and sunny! Being aware of the surroundings, using flight checklists and following our routine safety standards keeps us out of harms way every time we fly. Here’s to welcoming Spring and looking forward to a great summer.