Filming your next skate part just got a little easier in this episode of NKA Project. Nigel K. Alexander gives you step-by-step instructions on how to film yourself skateboarding using a cell phone. So grab your phone and hit the streets, its time the world sees what you've been working on.
On this week's NKA Project, Nigel K. Alexander gives some helpful tips for framing fisheye shots on the Canon Rebel T3i. With the help of skater Carlos Lastra, Nigel helps his buddy Jack by showing him to fill the whole frame, dipping down to get a lower angle, and moving in-sync with the skater's movements. Above all else though, it just takes practice like anything else—so get out there and stack those clips with your crew!
My name is Victor G Thomas and I'm a 24-year-old Brooklyn-based photographer who's been engaging in urban exploring (Urb-Ex) for two years and have been shooting photos since high school with my first Olympus Handy Cam, then on to a Fuji Film and eventually the Nikon D3200 that I'm using now.
In this episode of NKA Project, Nigel Alexander works with filmer and skateboarder Kevin Lozano to enhance some filming techniques with a Canon 7D. Watch the progression of how these couple of tips can take your shots from basic to professional in less then 5 minutes.
Last year renowned photographer Jim Mangan took Ken Block out to an "eerie 75-mile stretch of desert between Capital Reef and Goblin Valley, Utah" for some old fashioned hoonage. The results were seen in the artful photo book by Mangan called Blast.
Well, the short film has finally dropped and it's just as jaw-dropping as a Gymkhana video—albeit for reasons like stunning slow-motion imagery of dirt being thrown't all over the desert. This one is definitely an incredible project.
In this episode of NKA Project, Nigel Alexander gives you tips on how to capture the best angles when shooting skateboarding with the Nikon D3300 using a fisheye lens. It's not always about the camera settings, in this edit you'll learn how a few subtile camera placements and movements will make your footage look extra smooth.
While most skate filmers use their GoPro Hero 4 to film sick lines, Nigel K. Alexander shows you how to capture awesome photos as well. In this episode of NKA Project, Nigel highlights the GoPro Hero 4 30-frames-per-second burst mode. By using this setting you'll be able to capture the perfect photo.
In this episode of NKA Project, Nigel K. Alexander gives you the best tips you'll need for filming at skateparks. The most important thing to keep in mind is that not everyone at the skatepark is interested in your production needs, so make sure you take a look at this video so you know the proper etiquette when shooting in the park.