The Shapes in the Shire, and a new behind-the-scenes video

New York, New York

I’m coming to Manhattan very soon! Rick Sammon gave me his ultimate secret spot for shooting some HDR, so I’m excited about that. I’m also going to be making another Stuck in Motion style video while there, so I’m looking forward to that. Keep an eye out for me if your in those parts! I’ll be the one with the camera.

Previous Videos

I’ve been adding a lot of videos in the last 6 months eh? There is a new one below, and I’ll be adding more soon with the upcoming book. It makes reference to a few unreleased videos here on the site, so I’ll be sure to get them up soon. If you want to see previous one, just see the “Videos” section there on the right!

Daily Photo (and bonus video!): The Shapes in the Shire

This is another shot from Yellowstone accompanied by a little video I shot with my Flip video camera. It’s not a high quality camera, and it’s awfully shaky. Sorry for that. But, I hope the content is good for you. I know people always like to know how many exposures I’m taking… this and that… so I’ve got all that info in there.

In the video, I show another photo, which you can see large right here.

The Shapes in the Shire, and a new behind-the-scenes video

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  • http://feekner.blogspot.com Mike Fiechtner

    What a sweet photo!! Love your stuff! I’m sure this video will be just as good as your last behind the scene at Yellowstone!!

  • Stephen Molina

    Nice photos.

    Funny outro music. Smurf along with me! LOL!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mike-Diblicek/600914938 Mike Diblicek

    Hi Trey,

    Beautiful Photo, the detail in the water is really superb, especially in the large image.

    I have to agree with Stephen Molina, the music at the end, lol, now you’ve really blown away your image of “cool”.

    All the best

    Mike

  • Facebook User

    Great image, loved the video.
    Cheers
    Cindy

  • Kathy

    HAHA David Caruso makes your blood boil little quip and the smurf song at the end what a great video. Love the picture

  • http://www.shewearsmanyhats.com/ Amy J in SC

    Beautiful light.

  • http://wasatchreflections.com Darrin

    I love the dark tone of the water with the reflections.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Gail-Moshier/513775196 Gail Moshier

    As always, beautiful photo in Yellowstone!!!! I loved the video. Nice to see how you go about picking your spots and finally getting just the right shot!!!! Have fun in NYC, I’m envious, as that is a fun city to visit!! :-)

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Patrick-Ahles/610098261 Patrick Ahles

    I’ll smurf along anytime, Trey! :)

    Anyway, great behind-the-scenes!

  • http://cwken.blogspot.com CWKen

    keep those videos coming trey! I love those yellowstone videos! brings me back the memories when I was there for 14 weeks last year. Too bad I don’t have my camera back then =(

  • http://www.nomadicpursuits.com Jim Nix

    Great shot Trey and thanks for the video too. It definitely sheds light on your process. Great stuff and keep it coming!

  • Jill Baxter

    My favorite shade of green, and the grasses look so soft. A tranquil scene.

  • casusan

    Great shot – beautiful! Loved the video and the smurf song! All the shots were beautiful too – don’t think I’ve seen those before! Super Trey!

  • http://www.stuckincustoms.com Stuck In Customs

    hehe – thanks everyone…

    Okay I will add more videos – glad you like them. ! :)

  • Jack Rice

    Managed to get round listening to the TWiP show, downloaded and iPodded it, great to listen to on a longish journey and of course very interesting. I had my suspicions it was something to do with FPS :P

    Nice video, although quality isn’t brilliant, self-admitted, it’s quite nice to see how you work on location, along with the original images and how they end up. Very good. Looking forward to the next one.

    A nice image this one, and I’d have to agree with you on the timing; no-one’s around and the lighting’s brilliant, particularly for HDR – some really quite results. The amount of times on art trips with other art students and my peers are using flash in such inappropriate situations, little to do but say they should go without flash and get a tripod at least XD

  • http://www.tutvid.com Nathaniel

    Good stuff man, the video rocked.
    N.

  • http://tagchips.com/skunkworks.html DARYL BUTCHER

    Appreciate the video. Looks just like home. I was expecting a shot of tripod-over-shoulder or something but no such luck. I use rubber foam hot water pipe insulation on the top 10 inches of the legs to ease the weight of the camera hanging on a ball head. Home Depot .. about $6. ‘nuf for several tripods. Self adhesive edges. Just fit on big tripod.

  • http://n/a John Drinkall

    Every morning when I wake up my computer, the first thing I do is check to see what special things Santa (Trey) has left for me. I enjoy Christmas every morning. Thank you so very much for everything you share. And, Who but you?

    Your video today is amazingly helpful. If a picture is worth a thousand words, what exponent is applicable to this video?
    Thank you, Trey. Thank you!

  • Alex Jagendorf

    Great video Trey. I’ll be looking out for a guy with a tripod over in Times Square within the next couple of weeks! I also can’t wait to see this secret spot.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Richard-Uchytil/501351240 Richard Uchytil

    What I really love about these videos is we get to see what it looked like while you were there, then the ending HDR result. Just amazing how something can go from looking pretty cool to WOW!! Thanks!

  • Brad Truxell

    Trey,
    One of my favorite shots! And the music playing the background of the video is perfect! One of my favorite movies and favorite musical scores! Keep up the great work!

  • diana hudson

    nIce video. Yellowstone is great without tourists! Didn’t quite see how you carried your tri-pod, what is your trick? Thanks for sharing.

  • Dylan Alvarez

    Loving these videos Trey! Definitely looking forward to the next one, they’re spectacular. What’s the “hobbit hole” music that started playing at around 20 seconds? Perfect serene music for getting in the “Shire” mood.

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