The ultimate full moon shot. Dean Potter walks a highline at Cathedral Peak as the sun sets and the moon rises. Shot from over 1 mile away with a Canon 800mm and 2X by Michael Schaefer. This shot was[read more] part of a bigger project for National Geographic called The Man Who Can Fly. http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/vi deos/the-man-who-can-fly/
TSO Photography spent a week capturing one of the biggest aurora borealis shows in recent years. Shot in and around Kirkenes and Pas National Park bordering Russia, at 70 degree north and 30 degrees east. Temperatures around -25 Celsius. Good fun. Available in Digital Cinema 4k.
This film is a collection of some of the best moments captured in nature by videographer and producer Henry Jun Wah Lee from 2009 to present as a promotional production for his production company Evosia studios.
Featuring Christopher Walken as the hard-ass hit record producer THE Bruce Dickinson, Jimmy Fallon as drummer Bobby Rondinelli unable to keep a straight face or stay in character (what else is new), a harrassed Chris Parnell as lead vocalist Eric Bloom, Chris Kattan as guitarist Buck Dharma, Horatio Sanz as Joe Bouchard, and last but certainly not least Will Ferrell in the lead role as (fictional character) Gene Frenkle (on the immortal cowbell), who's inspiration was loosely based on Eric Bloom's earlier appearance/style in rock band The Blue Oyster Cult.
The gag of the sketch centers on the band trying to lay down the track for "Don't Fear The Reaper" but quickly becoming frustrated with lead cowbell player Gene Frenkle as he bumps into them and gives "a little too much" cowbell for their liking, but for producer Bruce Dickinson, there's no such thing as too much cowbell, as he repeatedly interrupts them demanding more.
The sketch that made more cowbell a household phrase and cultural phenomenon (and promises you'll never look at someone playing a cowbell the same way again).