This is a timelapse I did of Rockpile, a favorite of surfers located in Laguna Beach. This is a 1 minute long timelapse shot over a 3 hour period, with each frame being 10sec apart. It shows a storm rolling on shore and pretty awesome clouds movement. I am working on getting a permanent cameraDetails
I like to walk the beach when I can. I always bring my camera when I go. This is why.
I just received my new editing hardware: Sager NP8170-S1 2nd Gen i7-2630QM Processor ( 6MB L3 Cache, 2.00GHz) 16GB Dual Channel DDR3 SDRAM at 1333MHz Nvidia GeForce GTX 470M GPU with 1.5GB GDDR5 Video Memory RAID Striped Dual 500GB 7200rpm SATA 300 6X Blu-ray Reader/8X DVD±R/2.4X +DL Super-Multi Drive Bigfoot Networks Killer™ Wireless-N 1102 –Details
I have been working on adding some new videos to my youTube Channel. There are a few up right now and there will be more to follow. This is my Channel on youTube.com http://www.youtube.com/user/coreycauble Make sure you subscribe to my channel so you can see my new videos as they become available.Details
This is a quick post to let everyone know where and what I have been up to these past few weeks. I am now in a studio near the beach, which allows me access to beautiful photography and video opportunities. I have been going out most evenings to shoot the sunsets and the waves. IDetails
I took this panoramic this past summer while in Hawaii. It is about 120 degrees of view. I took this hand held because I forgot to bring my tripod with me on the plane. It was not too bad to do since the horizon was easy to see and use as a reference. It turned out pretty nice with the rainbow and the sweeping flow of the hill I was on. Enjoy!Details
I was up in Idyllwild shooting a panoramic sunset from one of my favorite locations and I saw the full moon rising above the trees so I took this photo while waiting for the sun to set. This is a HDR comprised of 3 photos.
Here are a few photographs I took when I went to Chicago. The night time photo of the fountain was taken hand held in almost complete darkness. I used my neck strap and held the camera so the strap was rigid which helped keep the camera steady. I used the live mode to frame up my shot.