As I’ve recently alluded to, I spent February travelling in Thailand and Cambodia, and it was incredible trip. My only regret from that whole trip is that my GoPro died just after arriving in Thailand- Click here for that story– and I wasn’t able to use it to take some pictures and videos. In the 1.5 months that the camera worked I really enjoyed learning about filming and editing videos, so I was excited to have some really incredible footage to use to that end.
Those dreams were crushed by technology (probably a good thing as I ended up getting to experience things rather than try to film them), but not after I captured a freakin’ awesome airplane timelapse. Thankfully my friends Matt, Gabe, and Gray had their various pieces of photography/videography equipment. Gray is a super talented videographer and editor and in his free time has been able to edit all of the footage from that time into the video below.
I got word today from GoPro that the broken camera I sent back (via Chris) has been received and they’re preparing a replacement for it. I’m holding out hope that I can get it in my hands before I move back to America, but I just don’t know if it will be possible or worth the effort. It’s a bummer because I’m going to some really cool places that I want to be able to share with my internet friends over the next few weekends.