Well. It was quite a night as Vancouver played host to BrainFarm Digital Cinema and The Art of Flight. This movie definitely needs to be seen to be believed. I highly reccommend watching it on the big screen if you get a chance.
I wasn't able to get my hands on any copies of the book but I was assured one or two would be coming to my doorstep soon. Stay tuned.
And because I didn't take any photos at the premier here are a few more outtakes from my trip to Patagonia with BrainFarm last year:
The landscape photographers dream location.
On our way down to Patagonia we stopped in Punta Arenas for a few days. We showed up at this little ski hill to ride and get rid of our "plane legs". We walked into the rental shop and the kid in there was watching "That's It. That's All". He could not believe that Travis Rice and Mark Landvik were standing in his little shop. He kept looking at the TV and then looking at Travis. He really was almost speechless. We rode around the mountain and this local must have called his buddies because all of a sudden there were about 10 kids riding with us. They kept calling him "Traveeeece" and "Trice". It was a fun day. Here's a shot of Travis just soaking Mark in the old puddle spray trick.
Lando spent a lot of time getting wet on this trip for some reason.
Travis caught some sea urchins and we made ceviche out of it later that night.
Alejo waiting for the helicopter to come in for refueling.
The Director Curt Morgan with the ultra slow motion Phantom camera. The shots from this scene in the movie are amazing.
Our pilot who barely spoke english and seems to barely fit in the heli in this photo. The language barrier was a bit of an issue for Curt who needed to direct the pilot how and where to fly the heli while he was filming. You can see the camera mounted under the heli. Curt sits in the front seat with a control station and monitor to operate the camera.
Star gazing and sweet berry wine go hand in hand.
That's it. That's all...............sorry couldn't resist.