Aerial footage of surfers at Steamer Lane in Santa Cruz, California. July 21, 2013. Footage taken with a DJI Phantom quadcopter, GoPro HERO3 Black edition camera, Rotorpixel HERO3 gimbal (http://rotorpixel.com), ReadyMadeRC FPV transmitter, receiver, and remote monitor, and modified DJI Phantom radio. Footage captured and edited by Eric Cheng. Special thanks to George Krieger, David Merrill, and Jeff Honda for hanging out for the morning!

Parrots, mating!

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Parrots, mating, in Papua New Guinea. They made quite a racket! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XbL6Y6D1T98

A view of the Sierra Nevada from Lone Pine, California

We were on our way up to the Alabama Hills to find the Moebius Arch, but were forced to stop by the sheer beauty of the Sierra Nevada from Lone Pine, California. Instead, we spent our remaining time photographing the mountains and clouds before returning to Los Angeles.

A rock leaves a mysterious trail at The Racetrack in Death Valley.

A great 2.5-day trip to Death Valley in January of 2013. Timelapse shot with Canon 5D Mark III and 24-70/2.8L II and TS-E 17mm lenses. Music courtesy mobigratis.com.

January 30, 2013 1 Share this

A gorgeous one-way road winds through 20 Mule Team Canyon, Death Valley, California

Mesquite Dunes, Death Valley, California. They are so beautiful!

Our first stop on Death Valley was Mosaic Canyon, which features an easily-accessible slot canyon.
Our first stop on Death Valley was Mosaic Canyon, which features an easily-accessible slot canyon.
Mosaic Canyon in Death Valley features impressive geological formations.
Mosaic Canyon: a slot canyon that zig zags for a bit before opening up into a much wider space.

Our first stop on Death Valley was Mosaic Canyon, which features an easily-accessible slot canyon.

Dan Kitchens of Kozyndan at Badwater, Death Valley. This place is so crazy!

January 24, 2013 1 Share this