Marmalade Jam @ The Firestation, Windsor

Marmalade Jam is an exciting and new Jam Night at The Firestation Arts Centre, Windsor, and you are invited!

Join your host Chelsey Chantelle and her band of session musicians for a next level open stage experience, either from the audience or on the stage!

The House Band:
Host & Vocals – Chelsey Chantelle
Guitar – Dion Rushe
Bass Guitar – Sam Weston
Keys – Loucas Hajiantoni
Drums – Jonny Brister

To Get Involved Contact: chelsey@marmaladejamnight.com

Timelapse created with Canon EOS 600D, 50mm f1.8 lens
Video created with GoPro Hero3 Black Edition
Both edited in Adobe Premiere

Rumour Records @ The Red Cow, Slough

As well as my work here at nothingspecial, I am a founding partner at Rumour Records.

Rumour Records is a newly founded company solely focusing on providing a full package for local bands – Gigs, Promotions, Recording and Rehearsal. We’re very much in our infancy at the moment, but new opportunities are coming along, and it’s an exciting time for all of us.

Our opening night on the 13th July at The Red Cow, Slough, included performances from:

Alex Fossett
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Fyros Wilson
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Echoic
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More shows at The Red Cow are certain, with the next one on the 27th July, and a few other nights around the Slough/Windsor area in the works.

Check us out at https://www.facebook.com/RumourRecordsUK, and keep an eye out for much more good stuff in the future!

London Eye Timelapse

This is a piece which was created whilst on the EDF London Eye. Using my Canon EOS 600D and DSLR Controller Pro for Android, I set a delay of 5 seconds between each photo, and off we went.

The camera was attached to the rail around the side of the pod with a cheap GorillaPod clone, and the lens was touching the glass to minimise reflections from inside the pod.

I had planned to capture the whole rotation, but unfortunately the cable between the camera and the phone disconnected. I have now installed Magic Lantern onto my 600D, so when the weather turns nice again, expect more videos like this.

Colour correction was done in Adobe Photoshop, and the video was put together in Adobe Premiere, with each shot lasting 3 frames, at a rate of 24 frames a second.