Sunday, September 16, 2012
It has been a LONG TIME! Sorry about that, but life gets busy sometimes. I did want to post some footage I shot during Hurricane Isaac in downtown New Orleans. A longer higher quality version will eventually be released. I need a new computer/video editing program, as it can't handle HD video for whatever reason? It just keeps shutting down or locking up/freezing. The video still turned out great for raw untouched video... Enjoy!
Hurricane Isaac Video - New Orleans: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SvRsXIkWkf4
Here is the video info which is posted on youtube:
During the night of August 28th into the early morning hours of August 29th, Hurricane Isaac made landfall on the Southeast Louisiana coast as a category-1 hurricane. Maximum sustained winds were 80mph with a minimum central pressure of 968mb. Ironically, on the seven year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, I chased Isaac with three close friends (Rob Jones, Michael Laca, and Devin Toporek) in downtown New Orleans. Due to funneling of the winds around large buildings (Venturi Effect), winds gusted at times over 100mph. This is nearly six minutes of raw untouched footage I shot that night. A longer higher quality version will eventually be released...
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