Paul Earl – Silversmith – Sony FS7ii Competition

I haven’t entered any competitions for a while or made any films for myself. So I thought i’d have a go at the Sony FS7ii Competition.

Feel free to give the video a like on YouTube!

Unfortunately I misread the brief and the top ten videos with the most amount of likes will advance to judging stage, so it probably won’t get a look in! I get the reason why they run these as popularity contests, but it just means some really great entries don’t get shortlisted.

Even so I had loads of fun making the film and music over the weekend. It’s so tough to get a decent story in to 60 seconds.

If you want to know anything about the gear/setup, drop a comment below!

Also, here are a couple of my other favourites from YouTube:

Some really good editing on this one. Really really professional.

This one had me smiling a lot. Everyone needs perking up on their daily commute, especially when they live in London!

:)

 

Microadventure #3 – Climbing Snowdon in November

Earlier this year I visited the far east and travelled around Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand for three weeks. I used up all of my holiday allocation from my job, so longer trips to other countries were off the cards.

I was thinking about how I’ve travelled thousands of miles to see incredible sights, but haven’t really fully explored whats right under my nose in the UK. Earlier this year I went wild camping in the Lake District and went back to Cornwall for the first time in years.

Last weekend my girlfriend, my friend and I travelled to Snowdon in North Wales to climb the second highest peak in the UK and I made a little video about the adventure.

 

 

Microadventure #1 – Cornwall

My friend Curt and I went on a 600 mile round trip to Cornwall for 1 night! We went for a surf, met up with some friends and had a great time!

This is Microadventure #1. Hopefully there will be many more to come.