Tuesday, June 18, 2013

1 Clips Grass is Greener

I really wanted to get a shot like this.  I had a lot of fun mounting the camera.  With the few mounting arms and adjustable grips that I had, I feel it stayed where it needed to be pretty good, considering the amount of force I needed to apply to push the mower through the lawn (that I unfortunately let get a little too long).  Also, watching this in slow motion I noticed that my yard has a pretty high clover to glass blade ratio.  Not something that I would have observed just stepping on the stuff.

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A manual push lawnmower caught mid-cut as it is cutting the grass




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This video was shot using a Sony NEX-FS700




 

6 comments:

  1. Hi, I really appreciate your blog. Great!

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  2. Great work man!! clips are beautiful! d.

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  3. good job man..good job..admirable

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  5. Really nice post you have sent here Here i like your work.

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  6. It can be tricky explaining the Breguet helical chronometer escapement (BM ref. 1958,1006.2066). This clip helps nicely as it clearly shows a fundamental concept, that of the point of contact moving along the cutting blade as it turns.
    Thank you
    Oliver Cooke, Curator of Horology, British Museum.

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