This is a training session for the teams participate in 2011 KAG Paintball Tournament next month at Malaysia Paintball Academy, PJ.
Because this is a training session.. I shot the game with the hardest way possible… using a Samyang prime lens 85/1.4 & 8mm fisheye… manual focus lens.. & D7000.
The video was shot with Panasonic GH1 (hacked), I’m using the DVXUSER lpowell reliable & stable hack setting.
Super Slow Mo by Twixtor edited in Adobe After Effects CS4 & video edited using Sony Vegas.
This is the 6th Kelab AmBank Group Paintball Challenge 2011 held for the 1st time at MPAAC Astaka, Petaling Jaya. 48 teams takes part… the lowest participant ever. Event was held for 1 day.
Images captured with Panasonic GH1 (hacked) + M.Zuiko 14-42mm (attached with Pixco Wide Angle Lens) + Zuiko 40-150mm.
This is the final day of The Paintball World Cup Asia (WCA) 2010. Pictures taken on the morning session till noon. Thanks & special shout out to PALS & Dezmond Foo for the media pass. This year event is big with greater numbers of international teams participate. Next year the WCA 2011 will be held at Langkawi Island, Kedah.
All images captured with Nikon D300 attached with Nikkor 70-300VR.
This is the 3rd day of the Paintball World Cup Asia (WCA) 2010 held at Padang Merbok, Kuala Lumpur. Pictures taken from the morning till 5pm session. Heavy rain on the 2nd 1/2 of the day.
All images captured with Nikon D300 (weather seal really help in this condition) attached with Nikkor 70-300 VR.
This is the final leg of the Malaysia Paintball Official Circuit (MPOC) held at MPSJ Mini Stadium. I was there only for Day 2… morning to lunch break. Just got news Demonz Red is the overall D1 champion, congrats! Next game will be the World Cup Asia… heard gonna be big this year!!!
Images captured with D300 attached with Nikkor 70-300 VR.
This is the final day of MPOC 4th Leg tournament. The event held at Padang Merbok, KL.
My mission is to captured paintball with Olympus Pen E-PL1 + Oly 40-150mm F4-5.6 ED lens. A combination that mostly argued as slow. So I take the challenge to shoot probably the fastest team sport on earth.
Definitely can’t match DSLR speed and with horrific Supair Arena’s (first ever used in Malaysia or maybe Asia!) net and bunker border (I can’t lean to the net as close as I want)… I believe I got a decent images. I bet I would got better pics if I shoot from within the arena.