“How can you put your spin on it? That’s the key.”
Nigel Sylvester is a pro-BMX rider and visual storyteller whose method of creation merges action with an intense cultural curiosity. In his video series, ‘GO’, Sylvester explores cities from his unique POV behind the handlebars. As a modern day explorer, Nigel draws inspiration from people, colors, textures and the particular flow and energy of every city he visits.
While scouting for his next shoot, Nigel teamed up with Miami local and up-and-coming photographer, Alec Diaz. Collaborating on a photo essay that will run alongside ‘GO’, Alec shared his city from a local’s perspective, while Nigel shared how he identifies and creates compelling moments that others walk right by. Nigel recommended Alec to keep the GS9+ capturing at all times. His advice? You never regret having too much footage.
Retrace Nigel and Alec’s steps (and wheels)
in their scout day photo essay.
“Auto focus allows me to explore my creativity—without stopping.”
“Auto focus allows me to
explore my creativity—
Step 1: open the camera app and swipe to “Auto”
Step 2: stop reading this and start capturing
“Position your sequence in a unique way.”
“Position your sequence
in a unique way.”
Step 1: hold the shutter down to capture a series in burst mode
Step 2: in your gallery, click the icon at the center of your burst, i.e., “24 photos”
Step 3: tap the 3 dots in the upper right hand corner
Step 4: select “Create GIF”
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