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From Analog to Digital…

Here's a little print/web crossover material from the Concrete Skateboarding 2010 Photo Annual (available for free in skateshops now).
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Here's a little print/web crossover material from the Concrete Skateboarding 2010 Photo Annual (available for free in skateshops now). The filming capabilites of 2 opposite-end-of-the-spectum cameras were explored in the mag, and here are the short videos (made in Vancouver) that accompany the articles:

Some of you may recall the Fisher Price PXL-2000 (a "toy" video camera made in the late '80s that recorded onto audio cassette tapes – remember those?) Well, there's a whole subculture dedicated to modifying these cameras so the footage can be digitally captured. There's even an annual film festival dedicated to them. // Filmed and edited by David Ehrenriech

The HD capabilities of digital SLRs are experiencing a rapid evolution and are being more commonly utilized by production companies. Here's a little footage sampler using the Nikon D300s. // Filmed by Brian Caissie and Edited by David Ehrenreich





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