aerial photography – Photo Bolsillo http://photobolsillo.com/ Fri, 25 Mar 2022 20:22:04 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://photobolsillo.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/cropped-icon-32x32.png aerial photography – Photo Bolsillo http://photobolsillo.com/ 32 32 Taiwanese films advance in India with thrilling exhibition https://photobolsillo.com/taiwanese-films-advance-in-india-with-thrilling-exhibition/ Mon, 14 Mar 2022 11:08:07 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/taiwanese-films-advance-in-india-with-thrilling-exhibition/ Taiwanese films are about to be officially released on India’s over-the-top (OTT) platform, sharing Taiwanese cultural customs with Indian audiences in the post-epidemic era. For the first time, the Ministry of Culture leveraged an OTT platform to stream high-quality Taiwanese films in India, encouraging Indian audiences to experience Taiwan through films and increasing their interest […]]]>

Taiwanese films are about to be officially released on India’s over-the-top (OTT) platform, sharing Taiwanese cultural customs with Indian audiences in the post-epidemic era. For the first time, the Ministry of Culture leveraged an OTT platform to stream high-quality Taiwanese films in India, encouraging Indian audiences to experience Taiwan through films and increasing their interest in Taiwan.

Deputy Minister Lee Ching-Hwi of the Ministry of Culture mentioned in her speech that when she was serving at the National Palace Museum, she organized an “India Month” exhibition with the India-Taipei Association. to showcase the museum’s collections of cultural relics from India. We also invited India Performance Team to Taiwan through the India-Taipei Association to make Taiwanese people better understand this country full of mystery and culture through mutual cooperation.

Lee said that hopefully this cooperation between Taiwan and India can help local people learn about Taiwan through films produced by the huge Indian film and television industrial energy. “The films incorporate our cultural background, music and images which are the best media to see every impression of Taiwan.” This is the first time that the Ministry of Culture has used India’s local OTT to conduct a marketing campaign for our films. We hope to release Taiwanese movies and even all of Taiwanese culture through the platform’s easy accessibility feature.

Deputy representative of Taipei Economic and Cultural Center in India, Mu-Min Chen says via video: “I am stationed in India, so I can see in depth the penetration rate of watching movies online. It is estimated that there are over 80,000,000 OTT using population. Thanks to the application of lawmaker Kuan Bi-ling in the first place, the Ministry of Culture is promoting Taiwanese films in the Indian region this time. We look forward to seeing more Taiwanese films produced in India.

Indian internet celebrity Taindian DJ also joins the video press conference. He visited Taiwan in 2014 before. He discovers that neither Taiwan nor India know each other well about culture and history. He therefore created a chain to produce films in order to share the beauty of these two countries. He is happy to encourage Indians never to lose this golden opportunity to enjoy Taiwanese movies.

Indian internet celebrity Aakash Malhotra visited Taiwan in 2019. He was invited to spend the night at the president’s office at that time. He says via overseas call that he is deeply impressed with Taiwan. A fond lover of Taiwan, he is so honored to have the opportunity to promote Taiwanese films in India.

From March 1 to May 31 this year (2022), on the Indian OTT platform MXPlayer, free access to films, including “Beyond Beauty-Taiwan from Above” overlooking the land of Taiwan with aerial photography; “My Missing Valentine”, a romantic fantasy with laughter and tears; “Long Time No Sea”, a film about Aboriginal culture and island culture; “Love Talk”, a film about the pursuit of love across the country; and “The Silent Forest”, an adaptation of an actual societal incident. Sharing and cooperation between Taiwan and India will increase understanding and connection between Taiwan and India.

Five well-known films will be shown this time. Winner of five Golden Horse Awards, “My Missing Valentine” used the logic of time travel to compose a magical love story whose lover will disappear on Valentine’s Day. “Love Talk”, adapted from the short story by legendary Japanese writer Kanoko Okamoto, is a love story shot across Japan, Taiwan and Malaysia. For this film, director Kuo Chen-Ti received the “Best Director Award” and “Best Concept Award” at the 2021 Roshani International Film Festival in India. “Long Time No Sea”, which took 6 years to produce, introduces the land and people of Lanyu Island, and tells a simple yet moving story of Taiwan’s indigenous people. “The Silent Forest” is inspired by a real school scandal in Taiwan to explore in depth the multiple situations of helplessness in life. At the 2021 Indian International Film Festival, for this film, director Ko Chen-Nien won the “Best Director Silver Peacock Award” and Troy Liu won the “Best Director”. Silver Peacock Award for Best Actor”. “Beyond Beauty: Taiwan from Above,” which won the 2013 Golden Horse Award for Best Documentary, was directed by late aerial photographer Chi Po-Lin. After 400 hours of flight, through the camera of the helicopter, the film overlooks the beauty and nature of Taiwan’s landscapes and shows the changes in landscapes due to the selfish destruction of people, which evokes reflections on the motherland and the nature conservation.

Regarding academic exchanges with India and promoting Chinese language learning, the Indian Studies Center of National Tsing Hua University has also joined us using the resources of Taiwan Education Center in India to help promote cooperative academic institutions in India. and to bring Taiwanese films to Indian higher education institutions.

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Case Summary: March 13, 2022 | Local https://photobolsillo.com/case-summary-march-13-2022-local/ Sat, 12 Mar 2022 11:45:00 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/case-summary-march-13-2022-local/ Ward wins Outstanding 50 Year Lawyer Award Trial attorney and former federal judge T. John Ward of Ward, Smith & Hill in Longview is among five recipients to win the Texas Bar Foundation’s 2022 Outstanding 50-Year-Old Lawyer Award. The Texas Bar Foundation Honor is awarded to attorneys who have practiced law for more than 50 […]]]>

Ward wins Outstanding 50 Year Lawyer Award

Trial attorney and former federal judge T. John Ward of Ward, Smith & Hill in Longview is among five recipients to win the Texas Bar Foundation’s 2022 Outstanding 50-Year-Old Lawyer Award.

The Texas Bar Foundation Honor is awarded to attorneys who have practiced law for more than 50 years and who adhere to the highest principles and traditions of the legal profession. The foundation will recognize Ward at its annual dinner in June.

Ward is a former U.S. District Judge for the Eastern District of Texas who handled one of the busiest cases in the federal judiciary. In 12 years on the bench, he has handled over 150 jury trials, presided over hundreds of patent cases, complex commercial cases and class actions, and held over 150 claim building hearings. He has earned a reputation as one of the leading authorities on complex issues surrounding intellectual property.

During his tenure as a federal judge, Ward served on the Judicial Conference Committee on Court Administration and Management, an appointment by Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court William Rehnquist from 2003 to 2006. He was reappointed in 2009 for a second term by Chief Justice John Roberts. Chief Justice Paul R. Michel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit asked Justice Ward to be part of the National Patent Jury Trial Project.

Since returning to private practice in 2011, Ward has focused on handling patent litigation, commercial litigation, mediations and arbitrations.

Pine Tree teacher earns AP certification

Terri Davis, an English teacher at Pine Tree High School, has been approved as an AP reader for the College Board for the AP Research exam and has been asked to score exams June 3-12.

With this addition to her annual certification, she will be certified to teach AP Research. AP Research is the second course in the AP Capstone sequence. AP Capstone is a program offered by the College Board to provide students with the opportunity to study choice topics through instruction in college-level research methods. Students who complete the course sequence can earn the Capstone degree and are recognized at their graduation ceremony.

TxDOT Employee Wins Statewide Honor

Royce Traylor, Tyler District Maintenance Administrator for the Texas Department of Transportation, was named 2022 RAMP Coordinator of the Year at a recent ceremony in Austin.

The Routine Airport Maintenance Program, or RAMP, was created in 1996 as a grant program to support general maintenance and improvement projects for the state’s airport system. RAMP is supported by all 25 TxDOT districts and is available for nearly 300 airports statewide. RAMP Coordinators are designated TXDOT District employees who work with the Aviation Division to provide assistance to airports in their district. The RAMP Coordinator of the Year is determined in two ways – from a coordinator with many years of dedication to a coordinator who has had an outstanding year.

Traylor began his career at TxDOT in 1992. He was promoted to District Maintenance Administrator in 2013 when he began serving as a RAMP co-coordinator, assisting with routine maintenance such as sweeping and cleaning. herbicide application, as well as the maintenance of runways and taxiways. Airports in its district are used for a variety of operations including: recreational flying and skydiving; control of power lines and pipelines; flight training; charter flights; aerial photography and surveying; emergency medical evacuation; and transportation of medical personnel.

Topcat Cos. promotes Downs to COO

East Texas-based Topcat Cos. has named William “Will” R. Downs its new chief operating officer.

Downs brings 41 years of oil and gas industry experience across E&P, A&D, services and operations. He joined Topcat Waste Management Facility as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer in August 2020 and was responsible for the management of the drilling fluids and solid waste disposal site in Waskom.

“I am excited about this newly created role at Topcat Companies,” said Downs. “I believe this opportunity will drive performance in any business and aligns with my passion for building high performing teams.”

After earning a bachelor’s degree in geology from Centenary College in Louisiana, Downs held a variety of personnel and management positions with oil and gas exploration and production companies in the Shreveport area. He also co-founded and served as President of Trinity Disposal and Trucking, a commercial saltwater disposal and transportation company operating in East Texas and North Louisiana.

Topcat Cos. consists of Topcat Well Service, Topcat Oilfield Transport, and Topcat Waste Management, providing service (reconditioning and pick-up and drop-off services), wireline services, saltwater disposal, haulage services, drilling waste disposal and related services.

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KT Reporter Wins Best Photo Award at Sharjah Light Festival – News https://photobolsillo.com/kt-reporter-wins-best-photo-award-at-sharjah-light-festival-news/ Thu, 03 Mar 2022 18:46:01 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/kt-reporter-wins-best-photo-award-at-sharjah-light-festival-news/ Muhammad Sajjad traveled 700 km across nine locations to cover the festival Three children stand in front of Sharjah’s mosque in Muhammad Sajjad’s award-winning photo. Published: Thu 3 March 2022, 22:46 Mohammad Sajjad Aman, Khaleej times Multimedia journalist, won Best Photo (English Media) at Sharjah Light Festival 2022. Khalid Jasim Al Midfa, Chairman of Sharjah […]]]>

Muhammad Sajjad traveled 700 km across nine locations to cover the festival



Three children stand in front of Sharjah’s mosque in Muhammad Sajjad’s award-winning photo.

Published: Thu 3 March 2022, 22:46

Mohammad Sajjad Aman, Khaleej times Multimedia journalist, won Best Photo (English Media) at Sharjah Light Festival 2022.

Khalid Jasim Al Midfa, Chairman of Sharjah Trade and Tourism Development Authority, presented the certificate during the closing ceremony of Sharjah Light Festival 2022, held in Aljada, Sharjah.

Muhammad Sajjad was part of Khaleej times in Dubai for 12 years. He joined as a photographer in March 2008 and in 2019 he joined the multimedia editorial team as a multimedia journalist. He covered daily news events, sports, aerial photography and also focused on various editorial assignments in the UAE.

Speaking about the award-winning photo, Sajjad said: “I traveled 700 km across nine locations to cover the Sharjah Light Festival 2022 including the cities of Sharjah, Khorfakkan, Kalba, Dibba Al Hisn and Hamriya.

“The photo of the girls standing in front of the Sharjah Mosque was a miracle when a father with his three daughters came unannounced at 11:30 p.m. to see the colorful lights illuminate the mosque on the opening day of Sharjah Light Festival 2022. “

Every year, local and international artists, musicians and light technicians collaborate for the Sharjah Light Festival. Various locations are featured each time – each selected for its spectacular setting and inspiring architecture. The festival engenders a poignant sense of community and inclusiveness as viewers discover a new appreciation for the emirate’s landmarks and public spaces.

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Step right into a dreamy Gray Malin photograph at Aspen Snow Beach https://photobolsillo.com/step-right-into-a-dreamy-gray-malin-photograph-at-aspen-snow-beach/ Mon, 28 Feb 2022 19:44:11 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/step-right-into-a-dreamy-gray-malin-photograph-at-aspen-snow-beach/ Gray Malin designed Snow Beach’s vibrant red and white striped custom cabanas and chairs, which pop against the pristine powder of Aspen Mountain. Photo by Caelinn Donahue House The pop-up après-ski experience atop Aspen Mountain invites guests to chill out fun as they inhabit an alpine version of one of the artist’s signature beach scenes. […]]]>
Gray Malin designed Snow Beach’s vibrant red and white striped custom cabanas and chairs, which pop against the pristine powder of Aspen Mountain. Photo by Caelinn Donahue

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The pop-up après-ski experience atop Aspen Mountain invites guests to chill out fun as they inhabit an alpine version of one of the artist’s signature beach scenes.


Fine art photographer Gray Malin is renowned for his images that capture the glamor and decadence of the jet-set lifestyle. Browsing through her portfolio is like a virtual journey to some of the world’s most iconic destinations, from the beaches of the Amalfi Coast to the forests of Bhutan. It also reveals the artist’s affinity for Aspen, whose snowy slopes have inspired some of his most iconic images (and one of our favorite wallpapers).

In 2020, Malin chose a variety of locations in and around the city to transform into modern snow globe scenes with a vintage twist, from the Porte Cochere of the Little Nell Hotel – where he stacked Louis trunks Vuitton and Goyard around a 1950s Porsche – atop Aspen Mountain, where models dressed in colorful Fair Isle sweaters posed on 1980s lounge chairs in the snow. The latter location seems to have inspired Malin’s latest Aspen venture, an après-ski experience called Snow Beach, which is a collaboration with AspenX, the new retail and experiential company created by Aspen Skiing Company and the artist and Aspen-based entrepreneur, Paula Crown, and Little Nell.

Classic beach games and decor feel right at home at 11,000 feet. Photo by Caelinn Donahue

Beginning Friday, February 18 and ending Sunday, March 27, Snow Beach is a unique pop-up “club” atop Aspen Mountain that promises a new kind of afternoon experience. Here, guests will feel like they’ve just stepped into a vintage Gray Malin photograph as they lounge in custom red and white striped snow beach cabanas, complete with loungers and chairs, play to snow games and enjoy bottle service and multi-course food pairings, while enjoying views of the Elk Mountains and the Highland Bowl and the sounds of live DJ performances.

“Last fall, I walked the entire stretch of South Beach, Miami, studying the various beach clubs to begin sketching the layout, furnishings, and even construction. [of Snow Beach]”, says Malin. “Referring to my own aerial photography archive, I was inspired to incorporate a vintage aesthetic into playful details such as the striped pattern of the ‘beach’ cabanas and lookout posts. My goal was to create an immersive experience inspired by my work and pay homage to the chic après-ski culture that Aspen has honed.

At Snow Beach, every reservation comes with champagne or rosé, decadent bites, and mountain views. Photo by Caelinn Donahue

Crown adds, “Aspen has always inspired world-class artists, and Gray Malin is no exception; the way his exceptional eye can encapsulate the beauty, glamor and playfulness of winter in the mountains is both fun and inspiring, and serves as the perfect backdrop for Snow Beach. We continually strive to innovate and think differently at AspenX, and this unique seaside and piste-inspired design is a great way to enhance the après-ski experience and give our visitors something to crave. Aspen has always been known: our mountain hospitality.

This service isn’t a bit hampered by Aspen Mountain’s 11,212-foot elevation. At Snow Beach, champagne or rosé accompanies paired dishes served every 30 minutes during the reservation period; bites include caviar, sliced ​​Iberian jamón, individual black truffle pizza slices, and homemade popcorn. Reservation options include individual loungers with the purchase of half a bottle of champagne or rosé, a cabana for two with one bottle of champagne or rosé, or a cabana for six with three bottles of champagne or rosé. pink. Prices for packages and reservations range from $300 to $4,800 depending on bottle selection and group size.

Malin was inspired by the clubs of South Beach when designing the layout and decor of Snow Beach. Photo by Caelinn Donahue

Also included in this prize are personal “Gray Malin moments” that Malin hopes guests will capture on their own cameras (and post to social media with the hashtag #SNOWBEACH). “I want Snow Beach guests to step into a whimsical Gray Malin Photography where they can take their own photos and create their own unique memories of Aspen,” he says. Snow Beach tickets can be purchased online at aspenx.com.

(Read more: The best snow beaches at Colorado ski resorts)

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Bradford’s life and times filmed https://photobolsillo.com/bradfords-life-and-times-filmed/ Wed, 23 Feb 2022 07:30:00 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/bradfords-life-and-times-filmed/ PHOTOGRAPHS play an essential role in our history. Images of important events, the evolution of our landscape, our industry and our culture. They are a visual timeline of life through the ages. Used by historians, researchers and members of the public, the Photographic Archive is one of the most important libraries in the country. Bradford […]]]>

PHOTOGRAPHS play an essential role in our history. Images of important events, the evolution of our landscape, our industry and our culture. They are a visual timeline of life through the ages.

Used by historians, researchers and members of the public, the Photographic Archive is one of the most important libraries in the country.

Bradford is blessed with one of the most comprehensive and fascinating photographic archives in the UK.

Part of the Bradford Museums and Galleries collection, the Bradford Museums Photographic Archive is held at the Bradford Industrial Museum in Eccleshill.

The museum department has held photographic collections in one form or another for many years, but the idea of ​​centralizing them has evolved over the past two decades.

In 2004 the museum acquired the extensive CH Wood collection – 350,000 prints and negatives generated by a Bradford-based commercial photographer whose work spanned the 1930s through the 1980s. The business closed in 2000.

“He was a pioneer in aerial photography. He took his first flying lesson at the age of 14 shortly after the First World War – when aerial photos were first used for reconnaissance – and was already taking pictures at the time,” says John Ashton, assistant to the Bradford Museums Photo Archive.

“After acquiring his work, we started to look at our photographic collections differently. This coincided with the creation of a website allowing the public to view the images and purchase copies.

The various collections include images taken in the early 20th century by Christopher Pratt, the grandson of the respected furniture maker and retailer of the same name, offering a unique view of the city’s society and industry in the years that preceded the First World War. The collection was donated by his son.

The Belle Vue Studio collection reveals captivating portraits of individuals and families taken over decades at the Belle Vue studio on Manningham Lane.

“Famous, the collection was rescued from the studio premises,” says John

“The studio was run by photographer and retoucher Tony Walker. He photographed many newcomers to Bradford from the Caribbean, Eastern Europe and South Asia in the 1950s-1970s. The approximately 17,000 images he left are a valuable record of the people of Bradford at that time.

Much of the studio’s original work was lost along with most written material when it closed in 1975. The studio was emptied in 1985 and 17,000 glass negatives were acquired. The collection has approximately 17,000 studio images, 10,600 of which have been digitized and can be viewed online.

“A Belle Vue portrait is of Mohammad Sharif. His grandson called me one day to tell me that he had found the only photo he had ever seen of his grandfather. It was quite moving . »

The BHRU’s extensive photography and audio collection was produced in-house by the Bradford Heritage Recording Unit in the 1980s and 1990s.

Other images include those in the Bradford Scientific Association’s collection of lantern slides, the Frank Hartley collection relating to public transport in Bradford, the Salts collection and many corporate collections.

“Since Bradford’s first museum opened in the 1870s, smaller collections and individual photographs have come in through donations,” says John. “Although we encourage donations, as with all other collections, each is judged against established criteria before being accepted. For example, the content must be relevant to Bradford.

“The beauty of the archives as a whole is that their collections flow chronologically – from the first small collections in the mid to late 19th century to Christopher Pratt in the early 20th, CH Wood, all the 20th, BHRU years 1980-90 and now our latest Through Our Lens, all digital, some phone shots, documenting young people‘s experiences of the pandemic.

The collection is an important historical record of the neighborhood and its growth and of those who lived and worked there.

“A picture can tell a story on its own or it can be combined with other historical records to help us build a picture of what Bradford was and is today,” says John. “It allows us to experience moments in history, such as the arrival of the first motor car in Bradford, Busby’s Christmas parades and the changing face of the area from new buildings to Italian migration, d Eastern Europe, South Asia, Africa and the Caribbean. the neighborhood.

“Certainly, it is a tiny fraction of the whole archive. There are 18,375 images available for the public to view online. We are currently exploring ways to speed up digitization, but this is time consuming or expensive if we have an externally digitized collection. »

Thousands of images in the collection are still unpublished.

John adds: “At most of the events or seminars we attend, other museums have photo collections of tens of thousands at most. We have over half a million in total. It is also significant that we own the copyright to the vast majority of our photos.

“At least some of the collections – Belle Vue and CH Wood – we believe have national and local significance.”

The valuable collection of negatives and prints on glass and film is carefully preserved.

“Each negative has its own archival envelope with four flaps, so it can be opened without touching the negative and then placed in a specially designed unit that will hold thousands,” says John.

Photographs are also affected by relative humidity and temperature which can affect the life of the image and are stored under conditions necessary for their proper preservation.

The archive contributes to many exhibitions in Bradford. “As the negatives are scanned at high resolution, they can be printed in very large format,” says John.

“As a department of the museum, we are fortunate to have had colleagues from earlier eras who recognized the importance of photographic collections in telling the story of our community. Our ongoing task is to bring them together under a recognized name, to raise its visibility and, above all, to add it so that the photo story continues.

*To access the Bradford Museums Photo Archive, visit photos.bradfordmuseums.org

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Know Your Madisonian: Sam Li Takes Aerial Heights to ‘Celebrate the Midwest’ | Local News https://photobolsillo.com/know-your-madisonian-sam-li-takes-aerial-heights-to-celebrate-the-midwest-local-news/ Sat, 12 Feb 2022 12:30:00 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/know-your-madisonian-sam-li-takes-aerial-heights-to-celebrate-the-midwest-local-news/ Logan Wrog | Wisconsin State Journal Wandering downtown and hearing a faint hum in the distance? Sam Li could be at work. For the past few years, the Madison videographer has used drones to capture video and photos of the UW-Madison campus, the Isthmus and the State Capitol from aerial heights, capturing a wide local […]]]>

Wandering downtown and hearing a faint hum in the distance? Sam Li could be at work.

For the past few years, the Madison videographer has used drones to capture video and photos of the UW-Madison campus, the Isthmus and the State Capitol from aerial heights, capturing a wide local social network in road course.

And Li’s work has taken the 25-year-old out of Madison, capturing drone footage of the Milwaukee skyline and parts of Minnesota, including creating two popular “celebration videos.” Madison and Minneapolis last year. He also boarded airplanes to photograph Wisconsin state parks.



Members of the Four Lakes Ice Yacht Club compete in a series of races on Monona Lake on January 15-16, 2022.







The inspiration: Capturing places that Li feels are underappreciated.

“I think everyone’s joy is being able to see recognizable places,” Li said. “That’s a big reason why I wanted to make these videos. People in the Midwest, I think, rarely have that chance.

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Last year, Li collaborated with Ian Tunney on a two-minute video promoting Madison, which features panoramic drone shots of wakeboarders, cyclists and the Capitol that feature different city personalities. The duo teamed up with a Minnesota filmmaker for a second celebratory video from Minneapolis, which has more than 240,000 views in a version Li posted on Twitter.


The Appleton native moved to Madison in 2014 to attend UW-Madison. It was an introduction to the second year of film class that sparked Li’s interest in cinematography.

He bought a Canon Rebel T5i camera after the course and a drone soon after – the first in a series of drones Li has owned, either because he wanted to get an upgraded version or because he had need replacement after crash.

After graduating with a major in strategic communication and communication arts in 2018, Li worked at Epic Systems Corp. while taking photos and videos alongside. By the following winter, however, Li said his work had started to get noticed, making him think he could turn the freelance business into a full-time job.

He now runs his own video production company, mostly doing commercial and corporate jobs in Madison and Milwaukee. Li, who enjoys snowboarding and rock climbing in his spare time, has other projects in the works, including a Milwaukee celebration video he started filming last year and a “Wisconsin in Winter” project. “.






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The Appleton native first bought a drone in 2015 while attending UW-Madison and now runs his own video production company after a short stint at Epic Systems Corp.


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Li recently created an account on Patreon — a platform for artists and creators to get paid through monthly subscriptions — to help subsidize the costs of personal projects.

“I’ve been very fortunate to explore these different pockets of Wisconsin and bring them to life,” Li said. “I think the goal is to do more in 2022 and explore more areas. There’s still a ton that I haven’t seen.And then expanding outside of Wisconsin.

What inspired you to fly drones?

I bought a drone in 2015 shortly after buying a regular camera. I think my fascination with drones is probably fueled by social media seeing people flying their drones in other major cities. I was really intrigued by how they captured these towering cityscapes. It can be New York, Chicago, San Francisco, LA, and I thought, “Hey, I could do the same thing in Madison.” That’s kind of what sparked my interest in droneship.

Was there a learning curve you had to overcome when you first started flying?

These days, drones are pretty foolproof at getting up in the air and vacuuming. I think a lot of the learning curve comes from learning cinematic movement, how to make your drone content stand out from the crowd. This is really the hardest part to learn, it’s not necessarily flying the drone.

What is your favorite subject to photograph?

I really like capturing cities, like the personality of a city. I think that’s why I focused on making videos of communities and the people in them…looking into the nooks and crannies of places and finding out what’s cool about them. I think every place has a unique aspect to photograph and film. You just have to go find it.

Is there a less favorite subject to photograph?

Probably weddings. For every photographer, I think the easiest way to make money immediately is at weddings, because that’s the one big moment that every ordinary person wants to be photographed or filmed. I took a ton when I started. I was shooting maybe 10, 20 weddings a year when I started. I quickly realized that they just weren’t for me. Many people make it their full-time job because they love the idea of ​​bringing that special day to life. I just hated the monotony of watching the same day unfold across multiple couples.

For these celebratory videos, were they funded by anyone?

Both of these videos are entirely handheld. There are no companies, organizations that tell us what to do, that help us with anything. We created them because we wanted to. Most of the equipment we used was my equipment so we honestly use tens of thousands of dollars of our own equipment to shoot these videos hoping to get nothing in return other than making people proud of Their houses.

Editor’s note: This story has been updated to reflect a correction. While much of Li’s aerial photography is done with a drone, the aerial images he took of Wisconsin state parks were taken from a manned aircraft.



A mid-winter summertime oasis for Madison-area tennis players

It was a beacon of hope at the height of the pandemic. Excluded from their indoor tennis club, a group of tennis enthusiasts plowed snow from a tennis court in Fitchburg and played outside for much of the winter.



Ski the Birkie at Madison's Elver Park

In February, skiers at America’s Birkebeiner, normally held in northern Wisconsin, took part in a series of virtual events due to the pandemic. For an article by journalist Chris Hubbuch, I set out to document the time trials held at Madison’s Elver Park.



The Newsroom View (Pandemic Edition)

Before vaccines became widely available, nearly everyone at the Wisconsin State Journal worked from home last year. There were days when I was one of two or three people in the entire newsroom. It was a strange, post-apocalyptic place.



Dane County landfill looks like a 'seven-story building made of trash'

For a report by reporter Chris Hubbuch on how much food we throw away, I got to stand on top of a seven-story mountain of trash and watch workers push it away for burial in the county landfill. of Dane. Seen from above, our trash cans have an unusual air of beauty.



How cranberries go from Wisconsin fields to your party table

Together with Lee Enterprises video producer Bryce Gauger, we set out to document the startling beauty and curious physics behind cranberry harvesting, a cherished late fall tradition in Wisconsin’s Central Sands region.

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‘Dogs of Aspen’ Creator Will Bring Snow Beach to Aspen Mountain https://photobolsillo.com/dogs-of-aspen-creator-will-bring-snow-beach-to-aspen-mountain/ Wed, 02 Feb 2022 23:26:00 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/dogs-of-aspen-creator-will-bring-snow-beach-to-aspen-mountain/ Have you ever been on top of a mountain and thought, “This would make a good beach?” If not, then you are not Smart Gray – a Los Angeles-based fine art photographer who made several trips to Aspen Mountain before pitching this idea to ASPENX. “What if we created an activation here that was a […]]]>

Have you ever been on top of a mountain and thought, “This would make a good beach?”

If not, then you are not Smart Gray – a Los Angeles-based fine art photographer who made several trips to Aspen Mountain before pitching this idea to ASPENX.

“What if we created an activation here that was a beach club,” he recalls. “People could come here in the afternoon and lay down in a cabana or on a chair and enjoy some après-ski time.”

An artistic rendering of Snow Beach.

It’s a return to one’s roots — and a departure from his ongoing project of photographing dogs in luxurious settings, including the Beverly Hills Hotel.

Malin’s most recent shoot, titled “Aspen dogs“, recreated an earlier photoshoot featuring local models in retro ski gear.

“I was just like, ‘Wow, there’s such a dog culture here,’ and I’m talking about gorgeous dogs, beautiful dogs,” he said. “So I immediately thought, what if we could do a project with dogs in Aspen and kind of revisit some of the places I shot in 2019, but instead of using people, what if we used dogs.”

But Malin is best known for his aerial photography – some of his most popular series feature aerial views of beaches and ski slopes.

That’s what he’ll try to recreate in February, on the snow next to the ASPENX Mountain Club, which is inside the Sundeck restaurant building atop Aspen Mountain. Beach chairs, cabanas and watchtowers will be set up before Malin takes off in a helicopter to film the scene.

“I really want people to step into a photograph of Gray Malin and create their own memories,” he said.

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Gray Malin’s furry subjects bask atop Aspen Mountain, with part of the Elk Mountains in the background.

The project is a collaboration with Aspen Skiing Co.’s new brand – ASPENX, the brainchild of Paula Crown, a member of the company’s owning family.

The brand offers top-of-the-range ski equipment, mountain fashion — and “experiences.”

These experiences — like most things in Aspen — won’t come cheap. Snow Beach Rates range from $300 to $4,800.

“(Aspen) is not a cheap place to visit,” May Selby said. She does PR for ASPENX, Little Nell Hotel and Limelight Hotels.

“We understand that it’s an expensive investment to come here on vacation,” she said. “But if it’s available to you, we’ll make it worth its weight in gold.”

SkiCo’s business model, Selby said, rests on a few pillars: skiing, of course, as well as hospitality. ASPENX is a new mainstay, taking SkiCo further into the world of retail fashion, premium amenities and luxury experiences.

Collaborations – like Snow Beach with Gray Malin – are fundamental.

“ASPENX is meant to be a multiplier,” Selby said. “We’re just ‘Aspen’ ‘X’ and then the next mark behind.”

For example: “ASPENX Pradaoffers a range of luxury ski gear, with jackets ranging from around $2,000 to $5,000.

James Parker is the Managing Director of ASPENX.

“My favorite product in the store is probably the insulated jacket,” he said. “It’s part of our uniform collection. It’s waterproof, it’s super warm and it’s really comfortable. I wear it regularly.”

As he explains, ASPENX also offers high-tech products, including a ski boot sole insert that tracks pressure points as you shred, “And then it links to an app via Bluetooth and gives you ways to improve your skiing.”

Snow Beach will launch the first of ASPENX’s experiences. The experience starts on February 18 and runs every weekend until the end of March.

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A rendering of Gray Malin’s ‘Snow Beach’, which will open on the Sundeck over President’s Day weekend. (Courtesy of Aspen Skiing Co.)

The Aspen Skiing Co. will rent private cabanas on a “snowy beach” atop Aspen Mountain starting on President’s Day weekend, as part of an experience launched by its luxury brand ASPENX and designed by the photographer Gray Malin.

The ‘beach’ will be open for six weekends, popping up on a stretch of snow adjacent to the Sundeck, which was not previously used for winter events, with beach-themed decor and service by the Little Nell with amenities like food and bottle service.

Malin, the Los Angeles-based fine art photographer whose 2019 “Gray Malin in Aspen” photo series showcased a vintage fantasy take on local ski culture in 29 locally shot and meticulously staged images, l described as an “experiential wonderland”. Prior to the Aspen Photo Series, he was best known for his aerial photographs of beach scenes. This project combines his work related to skiing and the beach.



Malin said he pitched the “snow beach” project to the ASPENX team and its founder Paula Crown, the artist and family member who owns the Skico, and they’re committed to bringing it to life. .

“My goal was to create an immersive experience inspired by my work and pay homage to the chic après-ski culture that Aspen has honed,” Malin said this week via email, repeating what he had. says in Skico’s “snow beach” ad. . “I want Snow Beach guests to step into a whimsical Gray Malin photography where they can take their own photos and create their own unique memories of Aspen.”



The “snow beach” offers experiences ranging from $300 to $4,800. The entry level includes an uncovered outdoor lounger and paired entree menus with champagne, wine, caviar, charcuterie, individual black truffle pizzas, and popcorn. Cabins for two people cost between $600 and $1,600 per person. A six-person cabana costs from $1,800 to $4,800 per person and includes a DJ and bottle service. Sessions start at 1 p.m.

The “snow beach” experience is part of a series of recent announcements and product launches from ASPENX, the new luxury brand operated by Aspen Skiing Co.

Still in its infancy, the brand is aggressively targeting Aspen’s highest-spending customers. In addition to the “snow beach” experience, which offers even more private exclusivity than the Skico members-only Aspen Mountain Club, AspenX has collaborated with Prada on a limited-edition apparel line selling a ski jacket at $5,100 and a sweatshirt at $1,970. (the first ASPENX commercial space recently opened its doors on the gondola square). Among the first branded ASPENX events is a wine dinner with Napa’s Harlan Estate at the Aspen Mountain Club that costs over $3,300 per plate.

Malin designed the cabanas, beach chairs, and lookout posts that will make up Aspen Mountain’s “beach.” During a visit to Miami last fall, Malin walked the entire stretch of South Beach, he said, studying the clubs there in order to sketch and conceptualize what the beach might look like. snow of his dreams.

“Referring to my own aerial photography archive, I was inspired to incorporate a vintage aesthetic into playful details such as the striped design of the ‘beach’ cabanas and lookout posts,” he said. . “Snow Beach is truly an artistic vision, one that I hope will inspire all who see it.”

Before launching the “snow beach” experience, Malin released his new “Dogs of Aspen” this month. photo series, featuring dogs posing in winter scenes on Aspen Mountain and at Little Nell.

atravers@aspentimes.com

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SWOT Analysis of Aerial Photography Drones Market Report by 2031 https://photobolsillo.com/swot-analysis-of-aerial-photography-drones-market-report-by-2031/ Wed, 26 Jan 2022 20:54:15 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/swot-analysis-of-aerial-photography-drones-market-report-by-2031/ New Jersey, United States, – Market Research Intellect has released a new publication on the Aerial Photography Drones Market, titled “Aerial Photography Drones Market Analysis and Forecast 2022”. The publication provides an in-depth assessment of the global Automotive Chassis Dynamometer market based on competition, market dynamics, market segmentation, and other vital aspects. The market research […]]]>

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FLASHBACK: Aerial shots from the 1980s show the industrial might of ‘The Great Float’ https://photobolsillo.com/flashback-aerial-shots-from-the-1980s-show-the-industrial-might-of-the-great-float/ Sat, 22 Jan 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/flashback-aerial-shots-from-the-1980s-show-the-industrial-might-of-the-great-float/ A FEW weeks ago we featured some images taken by Neston-based photographer Bernard Rose, who has been documenting the redevelopment of Liverpool’s waterfront since the 1970s. In the 1970s Bernard was a trainee working for commercial photographers Elsam, Mann and Cooper and took many pictures of the changing landscape along the River Mersey. In these […]]]>

A FEW weeks ago we featured some images taken by Neston-based photographer Bernard Rose, who has been documenting the redevelopment of Liverpool’s waterfront since the 1970s.

In the 1970s Bernard was a trainee working for commercial photographers Elsam, Mann and Cooper and took many pictures of the changing landscape along the River Mersey.

In these three images, which Bernard kindly shared with us, we see stunning aerial views of the so-called Great Float which is divided into two large docks: East Float and West Float – both part of the Birkenhead Docks complex.

The quays stretch about two miles inland from the Mersey, dividing the towns of Birkenhead and Wallasey.

The Great Float was designed as one large quay, running from Poulton Bridge to Tower Road, but the Duke Street Bridge had to be built to maintain the old rights of way, so the Great Float was split in two: the West Float on the Poulton Bridge side and the East Float on the river side.

Taken in 1987, the photographs show the Four Bridges, four movable bridges along Tower Road: two between the Great Float and Alfred Dock, one between the Great Float and Wallasey Dock and one between the Great Float and Egerton Dock. When originally built, all four were of the hydraulic swing bridge type. In the 1930s most were replaced by weighbridges.

One of Bernard’s images also gives a great view of Spillers and Bakers Mill. It was one of four major mills in the area which helped Merseyside become the second largest milling center in the world in the 1930s. It closed in 1999 and the mills were converted into flats.

“The footage was shot for a client at the time who was doing a historical survey of the area,” Bernard said. “As a commercial photographer, one of my services then was aerial photography and these were taken from a Cessna 172 light aircraft.

“With the popularity of drone photography these days, aerial photography isn’t commissioned as often.”

n Follow Bernard on Facebook @BernardRoseLiverpoolPhotography or on Twitter @BRPimages

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