Here’s a quick 1 minute video for Peter’s Kettle Corn. I used both GoPro5 and Lumix G7 for this series.
Today was going to be a good day for creativity. I love the ritual of making coffee every morning and thought I’d share my process using my Lumix G7. I think I’m starting to get the hang of editing videos on Adobe Premiere. I’m sure I’m not using all the features but I’m happy with how this video came out. I used a Nikon 17-55mm 2.8 and a Nikon 50mm 1.4 lens to shoot.
Today’s brew is Blue Bottle’s Honduras Santa Elena Catracha Quality Project beans, roasted August 14, 2017 so it’s pretty fresh. Here’s a list of the items I used:
- Hario ceramic V60 dripper
- Hario V60 filter
- Hario canister coffee grinder
- Hario scale
- Hario server
- Wood-Handled Pouring Kettle from Blue Bottle
In the morning as I was packing my Karma grip, I realized that I had forgotten to charge it the night before. I figure I would have time since we weren’t leaving until another couple hours. An hour into charging, I noticed that the battery status didn’t really move that much. Out of the 4 dotted lights, only one was blinking, indicating that it hasn’t even reached 25%. I went online and discovered that it would take 6 hours to fully charge the Karma grip. What???? 6 hours for 1.5 hours of use? Lame. You would need one of these chargers to cut charging time to 2 hours. Ofcourse you’d have to shell out $50 for it.
Luckily the drive to Humboldt was going to be roughly 4 hours, and since I had a head start at home, it would be fully juiced up (via Khai’s car charger) by the time we reach our destination. I couldn’t possibly pass on the opportunity to capture this 4th of July’s camping trip!
The first 3 minutes was mostly shot in Hidden Springs Campground where we camped the first 2 nights. The last night was spent in Albee Creek, one of the best sites I’ve been to so far.
My very first video using the GoPro5 and the GoPro Karma Grip. I love how crisp the resolution on this camera is.