GIF Showing the making of a recent photo manipulation. Click through to see the full image!
Setting up a Raspbery Pi as a “black hole” for your internet, blocking ALL ads from displaying on any device on your network. This not does this make your internet experience nicer, it saves you bandwidth, speeds up your connection, and protects you from spyware and virus-ridden websites.
Made a small video from Sunday exploring the Frasier River on our friend Mike’s boat. What an awesome day! Click through to see the full YouTube video.
Got a TV for Christmas this year to put above my monitors, and added a ton of LED’s to my room. More photos & details inside!
Thought I would give you guys a preview of how your prints will safely arrive at your doorstep.
Video compilation of the footage I took in the summer of 2013. Cameras used: Canon 5D Mark II, Canon T2i, Gopro Hero1. Song used: Embryonic Journey – Jefferson Airplane
I have some pretty cute test subjects. Click through the break to see some more goofy outtakes.
I modified a camera flash (to be very small) and my girlfriend put it in her mouth. It worked! Click below to view the whole image.
Upgraded my computer set up and thought I would share how I made a triple monitor stand / wall mount for cheap. I made this out of some wood, strong fence hinges, and some A-frame. Total cost: $60
Business cards I designed based off of an aperture-blade card layout I found on the internet somewhere.
I wasn’t happy with how my Vivitar 285HV’s connected to the wireless transmitters I had purchased, so I improvised and modded them to fit a different jack.
“Flash Goggles” are exactly what their name says they are. I took on the challenge of jamming full size flashes into some steam punk goggles for some photos.
These DIY Strip lights are a quick and easy way to add some creative new lighting techniques to photos.
See some shots of the process below!
I’ve made too many ringflashes to count, but this one was by-far my favourite… and it took the longest to build.
Mounted my DSLR to my bike with an old tripod, zip-ties, some tape, and an extension cord. View more to see how I did it.
Video montage of the footage I took at the 2012 Vancouver Zombie Walk! Shot entirely with a GoPro Hero 1 and Canon T1i.