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Claire and Max – A big adventure every month

Some people dream of great accomplishments, while others just go and do them. This interview is about Claire and Max, a lovely and funny couple that fell in love and shared the same passion: images and travel. They travel around the world once a month since 2008. I discovered them on the web and I contacted them to do this interview. Something I admire, is people that work hard and at the same time live their passions and have fun…

Claire, Max, thanks for sharing. I’m looking forward to meet you guys soon!

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Interview with cinematographer Taylor Loughran

Over the past year Canadian cinematographer Taylor Loughran had been working on developing, planning, shooting and editing a 25 minute mountain bike film called “You Like This”.

I discovered the film and was amazed by the quality of the images and the diversity of the shots including aerial shots, dolly/crane shots, etc…a Mountain Bike Film done with passion and hard work. As Taylor says:

Good things come to those who work. So, work hard, know what you want, and don’t let anyone tell you different!

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If you like “You Like This” go ahead and take a look at Taylor Loughran’s interview below.

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Interview with Christophe Persoz, Director of The Endless Session

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Cinematographer Christophe Persoz is presenting here the trailer of his film called «The Endless Session ».  He directed and shot the film that it’s still under production and coming in fall 2011. I contacted him to get this interview where he tell us a little bit about the film and some of the challenges he faced during the shooting. Christophe used a RED ONE camera for some of the shots but he used primarily the CANON EOS 7D DSLR. Read more

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