Red Bull Round Up 2013

2013 was a record setting year for Red Bull, Red Bull Media House, and Red Bull Athletes around the world. This video is a tribute to their success in 2013 and a cheers to what 2014 will bring.  

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The video can also be viewed on YouTube.

Video edited by Penshire Media.  

Check out the 2012 Red Bull Round Up.

Two Years of Instagram

I recently passed the two year mark on Instagram - here are a few of my favorite images.   See the whole feed here.

The Power Of Twitter & The Global Brand of Red Bull

Red Bull promoted a video I created, titled "Red Bull Round Up: 2012 - A Year to Remember." It was obviously a huge honor to have Red Bull promote the video, but what I found most interesting is where people were watching the video. Thanks to Vimeo's video analytics program, I was able to see every country the video was viewed in.

Within one month (as of 2-1-13) the video has been watched in 105 countries around the globe.



This statistic speaks volumes for the power of Twitter, and the fact that Red Bull has truly become a global brand. A snapshot of the analytics for the video can seen below:

 The Power of Twitter and the Brand of Red Bull

The Power of Twitter and the Brand of Red Bull

The full country list, sorted by views, is below (as of Feb. 1st 2013).  Some of the countries at the bottom of the list are pretty surprising.  Shout out to whoever watched the video in Zimbabwe!

Rank - Country  1. United States 2. Italy 3. South Korea 4. Turkey 5. United Kingdom 6. Spain 7. Canada 8. France 9. Germany 10. Mexico 11. Australia 12. Netherlands 13. Sweden 14. Japan 15. Austria 16. Colombia 17. Bahrain 18. Russia 19. Brazil 20. Argentina 21. Switzerland 22. Venezuela 23. Norway 24. Poland 25. Portugal 26. Ireland 27. Ukraine 28. Lebanon 29. Belgium 30. Latvia 31. United Arab Emirates 32. Chile 33. Czech Republic 34. Egypt 35. Denmark 36. New Zealand 37. South Africa 38. Finland 39. Saudi Arabia 40. Thailand 41. Indonesia 42. Slovenia 43. Greece 44. Taiwan 45. Ecuador 46. Jordan 47. Oman 48. Uruguay 49. India 50. Croatia 51. Serbia 52. Malaysia 53. Dominican Republic 54. Romania 55. Belarus 56. Israel 57. Bulgaria 58. Singapore 59. Guatemala 60. Peru 61. Moldova 62. French Polynesia 63. Reunion 64. Luxembourg 65. Pakistan 66. Philippines 67. Costa Rica 68. El Salvador 69. Qatar 70. Kuwait 71. Slovakia 72. Estonia 73. Lithuania 74. China 75. Northern Mariana Islands 76. Hungary 77. Bolivia 78. Tunisia 79. Kenya 80. Morocco 81. Vietnam 82. Trinidad and Tobago 83. Nepal 84. Albania 85. Paraguay 86. Puerto Rico 87. Bosnia and Herzegovina 88. Sri Lanka 89. San Marino 90. Bahamas 91. Algeria 92. Mauritius 93. Hong Kong SAR China 94. Panama 95. Georgia 96. Iraq 97. Cambodia 98. Jersey 99. Afghanistan 100. Cayman Islands 101. Azerbaijan 102. Zimbabwe 103. Senegal 104. Brunei 105. Honduras

Ice Hockey Photographs: Camera Settings

Here are some recent images I have taken at various NHL, World Junior, and College Hockey games.  Shooting hockey games (and playing) is one of my biggest passions, but it also took some time to learn which camera settings were best to use.  When I first started out, many of my images ended up coming out exteremly dark and blury.

Hockey is such a fast paced game, and as a photographer you do not have the luxury of bright sunlight that outdoor sports have.  So you will need to adjust your camera settings to make sure your camera is able to handle the speed of the game, and the low light of the indoor arena.  Below I have listed which settings I use when shooting hockey games.

To get best results for Ice Hockey Photographs (or other indoor sports) typical settings should be:

  • Manual Mode (M)
  • Small-medium f-number (f/5.6)
  • Shutter speed 1/500s
  • ISO level 800 - 1600 (go with a higher ISO level if the lighting is poor)

Red Bull Roundup: 2012 - A Year to Remember

2012 was a record setting year for Red Bull, Red Bull Media House, and Red Bull Athletes around the world. This video is a tribute to their success in 2012. Red Bull posted the video and tweeted it to their 850,000+ followers:

The song in the video is called "Intro" by M83 off of their album "Hurry Up, We're Dreaming".

All clips are from 2012 Red Bull Events or Red Bull Media House Productions.