Chase Jarvis TECH: POV Photography

This video illustrates how award-winning photographer Chase Jarvis gets cool angles and shoots jaw dropping POV (point-of-view) photos.
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Final images An Introductory Photoshop Basics Beginners guide to creating photograph borders. This video complements the Gimp tutorial on the same theme, but in Photoshop completely non-destructive editing is easier to attain. The borders tutorial for Gimp is here:
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50 Responses to “Chase Jarvis TECH: POV Photography”

  1. Yeah + then the Go Pros came out + made these shots accessible to every action sport types. Regardless, great tutorial of how you achieved these pics.

  2. A D2Xs still takes better pictures than a GoPro, which is what is going on here. Pictures, not videos.

  3. I love that you show more of what goes into getting the shot, and seem to have a hard working crew that enjoys making it all happen. As others have said, you inspire! Amazing work!

  4. Or… you get a GoPro.. ;)

  5. it funny how now with a gopros this shots seem less fantastic

  6. Chase, your work is awesome. Two QS: are you rich by doing this? And how did you get so popular and succsellful?

  7. Hey CJ!
    You have a great job!
    I was wondering, what is the best cheap DSLR, for taking fast images and video?
    And, how did you get this job?

    Thanks a lot mate!

  8. I know if I trawl thru the comments no doubt I will find the answer to this Q but what settings do you use for the tracking and following shots ie Arpeture since would love to try this with some mates on our mountain bikes have the gear just simply no idea lol

  9. Well, there weren’t gopro when this was made.

  10. zeroproductionsHD Reply July 12, 2012 at 9:52 pm

    lol use gopro ;D

  11. Who are the three that dislike this? LOL

  12. great stuff, enjoying the info.

  13. ive been looking for the perfect equipment for taking POV parkour/free running shots what would you recommend me most that would fit in budget?

  14. Sory for my opinion i click to fast and make mistake.

  15. so the lense is set to manual focus, does hat mean only a hand ful of shots are usable?

  16. thanks so much. that’s awesome!

  17. that’s cool

  18. nice work .

  19. amazing

    assisting for you guys would be so sick

  20. stop fighting on youtube xD

    Thanks for not o1

  21. I don’t think I would have the guts to strap that equipment to a bike if I wasn’t riding it.

  22. Great work! Was just wondering how many cameras got thrashed in an accident by you doing these shoots? Some of it just looks precarious. But the outcome looks great! Great work! Loving it. Always a source of inspiration for me.

  23. Triggering shutter by radio? Never knew about that before. Strobes sure, but shutter? Wow, makes me want to rig up an aerostat 🙂

  24. Very creative. Inspiring. Thank you for sharing.

  25. Nice Video, check out the website link in my profile. I have my naked pics and video which youtube doesn’t allow, where I’m being naughty

  26. my CS6 does not look like your screen.

  27. You sound like a british version of Jemaine from Flight of the Concords.

  28. What if i want the picture all white with texting added?

  29. Question: how do I save a canvas size (or boarder) of 8 inches on top and bottom only as an action? Please do reply, thanks!

  30. Thank you for your clear and precise help.

  31. thanks exclenty 


  33. thank u very much for dis tutorial but my little problem is when i get to channel and i make the layer mask visible the border does not turn red as yours. Pls help me.

  34. awesome video …thank you so much for this …

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  36. damn it. Sorry again, but for some reason. When I click to fill the layer in. It fills the whole thing in black… ><

  37. your right, thanks x3

  38. Great video. Thank you!!!!

  39. If you press Shift + G it should come up.

  40. for some reason I don’t have my “paint thingy” (the paint bucket). its just not there.
    btw I have PhotoShop CS5

  41. Thanks for the comment. Checkout the other videos on this channel for making rounded borders and double borders for more (quick) inspiration! 😉

  42. Sounds like you’re working on the background layer which is locked. Go to LAYER menu, choose NEW > LAYER FROM BACKGROUND, hit OK and you should be good to go.

  43. TrumanPhotography Reply July 13, 2012 at 1:54 pm

    Can’t hear a word your saying???

  44. Fuck you, cunt.

  45. Very clear, simple steps and useful framing technique. Thanks

  46. simple and thanks. pro video!!!!!

  47. So simple that i now feel stupid lol thanks 🙂

  48. This was exactly what I was looking for. First tip did the trick. Most videos have so much BS at the beginning, and you have to wait to get to the actual instruction. Nice work.

  49. I have just made video about making real looking picture frames with photoshop, Check it out too !

  50. Thank you for your help! The stroke effect was perfect. Your video was very clear and easy to follow.

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