» X-treme Fotographi
Me taking an X-treme foto
Me attempting a no-look, over-the-shoulder, spin-shot...there's no way this foto could turn
A typical photo of Yosemite Valley that Stephen Hawking could have taken from
An X-treme foto of Yosemite Valley.
Many of you have probably noticed my recent obsession with taking pictures
. More likely, though,
you haven't noticed anything, you just stumbled onto this page
because it came up in your Google search for "extreme goat herding" (which is also
discussed at length on this site, I do everything EXTREME!)...but trust me, what I am about to tell
you is almost as interesting. Well, not really, but since you are here, let me
tell you about a new form of photography I am pioneering. It came to me while I
was slamming Dew and munching on Extreme Doritos. I call it X-treme Fotographi
and it throws conventional photography techniques out the window, pumps up the volume,
and blasts you with a thrilling synergy of mind blowing action and personal expression.
If you go to most photography
sites you will be subjected to mind numbing information on apertures and
shutter speeds and ISO settings. BORING. If I want to spend a bunch of time pushing
buttons I'll try to set my VCR clock. I couldn't care less what the camera
settings are, I just want to snap pictures while I'm pulling off a double-jump-sidekick.
I know what you're thinking: Why would you jump around when you're trying to take a picture? That's not extreme, it's stupid. There's not even
. Yes, that's easy to say for someone who has never tried it. But X-treme
Fotographi is actually very risky, there is a high probability that your shots
will come out blurry, improperly exposed, poorly framed, or, most likely, all
of the above. So have fun setting your camera up on your little tripod and
waiting for the wind to stop blowing so you can get your perfect shot, I'll be busy
shooting while doing double-360 jumps, pushing photography to it's limits and beyond.
if you're still wondering where my "extreme goat herding" musings are, sorry,
those are now only available with a $5.99 per month subscription.
Here I am taking an X-treme Foto in one of the most foreboding environments imaginable, any one of those trillion billion grains of sand could get into
my camera and jam it: