Electric SkateBoard Koowheel // GoPro & DJi Mavic

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Autonomous Robotics // BE UR OWN CAMERA CREW SHOWCASE

T H I N K Sam

BE YOUR OWN CAMERA CREW

As a media and communications student in my final year of university I’m interested in the ways collaboration betweenindustry, emerging technology and myself as a creative can co-exist based on more than just one skillset. I started in Digital media because I wanted to innovate the filmmaking space, using drones to create a start to end video project using only drones as the main camera rig, in all sizes and methods, I wanted to use them for not only the aerial birds eye views, but the spaces at eye level for more intimate shots. Upon leaving, we’ve leveraged a blog, sometimes a YouTube channel and written essays toward topics that often get left in a subject dropbox and forgotten about. I believe new technologies such as autonomous robotics are going to help creative content producers like myself gain an exciting edge over the “creating”…

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active track DJI MAVIC \\ FREE LOOK // parkes nsw 2017

My first real trial of the active track feature with the DJI Mavic Pro. Very useful feature and allows the ability to be your own camera crew…i used a skateboard to see how well it keeps up.
edited in iMovie.

Music Available @ [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KoWCGl73u8]
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Research your ‘HERO’

T H I N K Sam

  • Who is your hero?

Casey Neistat

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  • Describe his/ her practice. What is the ‘shape’ of this practice?

Filmmaker – creative that started out making short videos that interested him using very simple and affordable equipment and software. Wrote and starred in his own tv show and sold it to HBO. He was involved in making/producing/editing some feature films, before returning to short videos through YouTube.

Internet stardom when he started ‘vlogging’ everyday and posting it to YouTube. This grew his YouTube channel and helped support his company ‘BEME’, which he runs as a technology based industry. Recently, he sold this to CNN and does work for them as well as continues his own channel posting videos of random events or topics close to him

  • How is he/she situated in his/her field?

Casey Neistat is a well-regarded filmmaker and successful in that he produced content for some of the biggest names…

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