Saturday, February 13, 2010


I took a walk up to the top of Cave Rock today. t'was nice.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Monday, February 8, 2010

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Friday, February 5, 2010

A Hidden Woods Media ORIGINAL EDIT

From 2006/2007:

Hidden Woods Media (Very First Edit) from David Stewart on Vimeo.

Back in my freshman year, with my very first camera, I recorded these images and edited them together knowing the very basics of Final Cut. It was the first edit I ever made under the title of 'Hidden Woods Media' and I think it's pretty cool to remember and see this. There's a bit of footage from 8th Grade as well. Check it out!

Shot by Corey Hansen, Hobie Hansen, and David Stewart
Edited by David Stewart

Greg Smith (RIP)
Corey Hansen
Erik Hansen
Katie Stewart
David Stewart
Jason Arens
Colby Albino (I think)
& Dylan O'hara


Thursday, February 4, 2010

Floating Neither Up or Down

From the same day as my last photo, just photoshopped to look a bit different. I am really looking forward to getting out of Tahoe so I can start to shoot a little bit more than strictly trees, snow, water, and mountains.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

I Drew a Blank, We Put It In a Frame

Yesterday I took a stroll along Regan Beach. Though I was looking for fresh air over pictures, I brought my D200 along, mostly because it was in the back of my car. I ended up trudging through lots of cold snow, getting my socks all wet, and almost losing a few fingers to frostbite. A few minutes through my walk, though, I stumbled upon this rather cool looking boat house, so I snapped a few photos of it. I liked this one the best.

'twas a grey day.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Digging Holes From Water

For a while I'm not going to be posting videos on this blog. I find that my interest varies between video and photography, going from one to the other on almost a month by month basis. So--for a while at least--I'll be posting my photography and hopefully telling stories to go with the pictures I post.

Before I was granted the privilege from the DMV to get behind the wheel of a car, I used to find myself wandering in and around my neighborhood, camera around my neck. It seems that the second I was able to drive, I stopped doing that. Today, upon driving home with my windows down (because it was nice and warm, roughly 45 degrees) I found myself REALLY not wanting to go into the confinement of my house. I thought of where I could go to take some photos, but I felt--and still feel like--I've hit almost every halfway decent place on South Shore to go. So I grabbed my D200, tossed it around my neck, and went on a walk through Roundhill (my neighborhood). It didn't result in the most compelling photos ever, but I still enjoyed the idea of creating interesting photos when being surrounded by nothing all too cool. I also felt like doing some soft focus work. This is what I came out with: