This is my personal website. So what you see here are just the things that I like to create. As you can see below, I am having fun making videos and it looks like I am getting better at it every day, but there’s still much to learn. It is just one of my hobbies that I try to incorporate with my other hobbies whenever possible.
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I have made quite a few videos by now, these are four of the more popular ones of the bunch.
“Cruising the red rocks” takes you on a drive up Red Rock Scenic Byway (SR-179) . “Made in America” mostly takes place in Village of Oak Creek, AZ with a small detour to La Jolla, San Diego and Santa Monica, Los Angeles. “Artsy Fartsy 4K Monster Goodness” is a compilation of a number of timelapse shots from a number of places and “The record low water level at Lake Mead” was an idea I came up with while planning a small vacation.
Today I am doing some cooking. I throw some wagyu meat on the grill which I haven't tasted before so that I can see if it's a awesome as people seem to think. As side dishes I am making some oven baked "french fries" and a gorgonzola sauce. It is hyped as the best meat ever, but is it actually overrated?
That took forever to edit. Second highest amount of cameras I have used so far. :) Also, wanted to use Truddelutt as background music, but could not find a version I could license. :(
In this video, we are driving from Oak Creen at Sedona, Arizona,via Flagstaff to Las Vegas. We mounted a camera on the windshield of the car as an experiment and took a picture every few seconds.
It’s a four and a half hour drive if you don't make any stops along the way, which we did and that was the content of the previous video. But I have left out all of that in this one and this is just pure driving.
Now, 479 kilometers or 297 miles does take a long time in real time, so this is a time lapse which is done in less than 6 minutes, probably in five and a half.
In this final installment of the series covering the MTB trip to Sedona, we drive back to Las Vegas to catch a flight home, but makes a few stops along the way. First a stop in Williams for a coffe refill, then shooting guns at Bullets & Burgers and finally a short visit to Encore / Wynn where they still have ye olde Monopoly Jackpot Station.
I pay another visit to Hoover Dam to look at the low water level in lake Mead and I take a look at how that has affected Hoover Dam's ability to produce electricity.
The upgrades have finished and it can now produce power more efficiently.
In this video we hit the trails again. This time around Boynton Canyon such as the the Mescal trail and others. And no day is complete without red wine and ribeyes on the grill.
I have a photovoltaic installation on my roof and I keep a close eye on it. I have written a few small programs in Python to log data into a database and display some of it. This is a live graph of the output for the last 24 hours. Updated every 10 minutes between 05 and 22. Click on graph below for more detailed information.