by Talin Avakian on October 13, 2015
A few weeks ago, we decided to take a day away from our computers and head outside to enjoy some late summer weather in New England…and what better way to do that than with a rousing round of disc golf, accompanied by some refreshing PBRs/Razberitas? We were all grateful for the beautiful bluebird day when we teed off at Maple Hill, a local course with national recognition. We all had a blast; some of us playing for the first time, others (cough*Chuck*cough) inventing new disc golf moves like “The Tomahawk Toss,” but our editor and resident car-guy, Mike, definitely had the stand out performance of the day, shooting five under par.
As a video production company, we always have to bring some camera gear. This day trip only required three pieces of gear:
1. A compact DSLR (Canon 5D Mark III) with a zoom lens (24-70mm) to get some dynamic shots with shallow depth of field.
2. GoPro Hero 4 shooting in 120 frames per second to capture a wide field of view in slowwwwwwmotttiiiiioooonnnnn.
3. A selfie stick. Sure sure, we know there might be a stigma on selfie sticks in real life, but for creating culture content around your office or at fun company events, these things are indispensable.
Everyone had an opportunity to shoot a bit, and we passed cameras between teams to get some fun and varied video clips. Enjoy!