May, 2010

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Canyon Country Timelapse

Timelapses aren’t as easy as they look. After a number of attempts I’m still working on nailing it down. Here’s my latest attempt! Canyon Country Timelapse from Chris Cuttriss on Vimeo.

CalArts Grad 2010

2010 CalArts Graduation

I’ve been working at CalArts for just over a year and a half and until yesterday had never been to a graduation.  Even if you have no connection to the school I would wholeheartedly recommend coming by next year for the festivities.  It is a wild experience! When the festivitiesRead More

Berlin Wall Print

I have just released The Berlin Wall as a print on the online store.  Created in 2007, this image has been adopted by the Reagan Presidential Library.  Give it a gander!

CalArts Portfolio Review

At the end of every year CalArts has a series of portfolio reviews for each school.  My favorite of the past two years has been the Theatre school’s showcase and this year was no different.  Here are some samples of this year’s fantastic work! Some showings from the Art department:

Gear I Trust

Whenever I talk to friends, family, or even people I meet on the street the inevitable question arises: What camera/lens/flash/computer/software should I buy?  The best answer that I have been able to come up with is itself a question, “What are you shooting?”  I wish there was a magic answerRead More

1D Mark IV Battery Vastly Underrated?

The new Canon 1D Mark IV is the latest in the long line of drool-worthy Canon SLR’s that reaches back to when the EOS-1 series film camera was released in 1989 (admittedly Nikon’s F-series has been around since 1959 but for my purposes it’s a moot point).  Historically the batteriesRead More

Sleep Piece #3 at CalArts

Just returned from a long night at CalArts!  Over these last two semesters James Klopfleish, bassist and composer, organizes and executes Sleep Pieces.  These are all night concerts with a series of musicians running from 10PM through Sunrise.  I had never been to one until today and if there’s oneRead More

Sunset over Santa Clarita

Shot this 38 second timelapse over 843 frames spaced five seconds apart. A little post processing in Lightroom and we’ve come out with something rather pleasant!

05.09.10 - Cormac and Rachel

Cormac and Rachel

I’ve shot a few engagement sessions and a few engaged couples, but I have never shot an engagement — until now. My friend Cormac called me the other day and popped the question: “Will you photograph me popping the question?”  Beyond a stammered “yes, yes!” I managed to contain myRead More

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