Lexi’s 2013 season was easily her best one yet. Yeah, she learned a bunch of new tricks and that was part of it, but the main thing is, she had a lot of fun. It was really cool to see in person and I think this video showcases the good times she had…Check it out! And, then check it out again and see how many of the shots were switch!
First Tracks Productions…No Longer Grounded. We’ve picked up some new equipment of late and one of the more fun things we’ve purchased is a quadcopter for aerial filming. We’re still learning the ropes with it, but just about ready to use it in projects – and definitely looking forward to it!
Late Spring = Waterfall season in Tahoe South. So, First Tracks set out to capture five different falls and showcase them in one two-minute video. Take a break and enjoy…
We have almost as much fun filming with Lexi as she does riding…Even when she ends up in the frigid waters of Lake Tahoe, she still has a smile on her face. So once we got her out, we didn’t feel bad laughing. Lexi still has a lot of filming left, but check out some what she’s been up to in her 2013 teaser. Her full video part will drop sometime this summer.
It seems like everything from cars to vacations are still marketed with some weird 50s mentality of gender norms about what men like and what women like. We decided to have some fun at the expense of that in our latest project for Tahoe South…
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You don’t need to be the next Shaun White, Dylan Heinstein or Alexis Roland to get a fun video that your family will treasure. Interested in having First Tracks film with your child or family? Let us know
Lake Tahoe’s affiliate of Outside Television recently had Anthony on to talk about some of the amazing kids we work with here at First Tracks Productions:
Our work is usually a lot of fun. But, sometimes it's great to get out and leave the big cameras behind and focus on enjoying the beautiful backcountry we have here in Tahoe. On Saturday, January 12, I got out with Jeff, an AT skier, and Nils, a tele skier (see, we really can all just get along) for a tour on Mt. Tallac.
It was a cold (-3 degree) start, but the sun was strong on the skin track and the winds were basically non-existent. Throw in some fresh snow, and you have an amazing day. We got to the top and saw there were no tracks in The Cross, so the plan was pretty much made for us. Jeff was kind enough to take some stills…