Seeing the Unseen: IMAX and Space
May 1 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Image courtesy of James Neihouse
Join our hosts, Troy Miller and Steve Brazill, as they discuss everything from rocket launches, lightning strikes, and celestial bodies to the International Space Station in orbit with their guest, cinematographer James Neihouse.
They’ll also dive into how James uses various photographic technologies and techniques to capture fleeting moments and help tell amazing stories.
Topics they’ll discuss:
- Remote Filming (on the ground and in space)
- Lunar and Solar Eclipses
- Space Station Transits of Sun and Moon
- Real-Time Motion Imaging of the Aurora
Meet our guest
James Neihouse attended Brooks Institute of Photography where he received his bachelor’s degree in 1976. Soon after his graduation, James was part of the film crew that shot the first underwater film (Ocean) in the IMAX format.
Since that time, James has gone on to work on more than 35 IMAX and other large-format films, including A Beautiful Planet, The Dream Is Alive, and NASCAR 3D. Through his work with the IMAX Space Team, James has trained more than 150 astronauts and cosmonauts on the intricacies of filming large format in space aboard the space shuttle, Russian MIR space station, and International Space Station.
When not working on a film set, he teaches filmmaking at Full Sail University in Orlando, Florida, and leads photographic workshops to amazing locations.
James’s Social Links:
Meet our hosts
Troy Miller as a creative has chosen wedding photography as his full-time profession for over 25 years. Having earned his Masters of Photography from PPA, he’s received numerous awards throughout his career. Troy is also the creator of f64 Live, an annual photography event providing educations and experience for photographers of all levels. When he’s not planning f64 Live or photographing brides, he can be found in his shop creating art with other mediums such as welding, fabricating, ceramics, or just lighting things on fire.
Troy’s Social Links
Steve Brazill is a Southern California based live music photographer, host of the Behind the Shot Podcast, emcee, voice actor, and on-air personality at 96.7 KCAL FM. He also does a series of live streamed image critique shows on the podcast with macro photographer Don Komarechka. As an educator, Steve does speaking engagements on live music photography, and classes for Princeton Photo Workshops.
Steve’s Social Links