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The Ultimate Pizza Delivery to a Place with the World’s Worst Weather

I got a phone call asking if I would go up New England’s tallest peak with my cameras to document a pizza delivery. The location, Mt Washington (elevation 6,288 feet above sea level) and the pizza delivery, Rustic Crust and American Flatbread. The means of transportation was a Bombardier Snow Cat. Gusty 50 plus mile […]

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Pacific Northwest Trip – Video Blog

This video has audio commentary. Be sure to listen to it after you watch the video. AUDIO COMMENTARY: [Audio clip: view full post to listen] This past summer I spent a week on vacation in the Pacific Northwest. I had never been up that way and always wanted to see that part of the United […]

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Screaming Swamp

This video is different from all the other Letus videos I have ever made for my website. This video was shot with the Letus Ultimate 35mm lens adapter. It works brilliantly and I am very happy that I have it. I was a little worried using it so close to the waters edge, this one […]

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Lake People

This video was shot in a few hours at Ashland State Park in Massachusetts. The weather was finally beginning to warm up and people were out enjoying the outdoors. I brought my PMW-EX1 camcorder with the Letus Extreme, a Vinten Vision 3 tripod, my homemade dolly system, three lenses and two filters. I used PVC […]

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Sundown in the Minors

I brought my PMW-EX1 to McCoy Stadium in Pawtucket Rhode Island to shoot some game flavor and weather shots. Of course, I had the Letus35 Extreme film lens adapter mounted to the front of the camera. Actually, my angle on this short film was to showcase the sunsets that occur at this ball park. I […]

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A Bald Place

On Friday May 30, 2008, my buddy Dave and I drove to Benton, New Hampshire to hike Mount Moosilauke. Moosilauke was thought to be derived from Native American words that translated to, “A Bald Place”. The summit of the 4, 802 foot high mountain was wind blown, void of trees and offered 360 degree views […]

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Spring on the Kancamagus

I shot, edited and narrated a short documentary of my travels down the famous Kancamagus Highway (route 112) in New Hampshire. With record snowfall in the area this winter, I wanted to see how much snow remained. I also wanted to see how high the lakes, streams and rivers were. I hiked into Sabaday Falls […]

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