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How To Make A Sick Edit
 

How To Make A Sick Edit

We’re all making movies these days. Or edits, or shorts, or whatever you want to call them. From family holidays, to brand videos, to nights out, to nights in with a few props, clean bedding and some soft lighting. It doesn’t really matter what we’re shooting on – iPhones, SLRs, or one of those REDs your friends in film dream about, everyone wants a good result. Here’s a little how-to guide on edits. Sure, this dude is using quite a specific example, but you can apply this to almost anything.
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X-Men: Days of Future Past
 

X-Men: Days of Future Past

Here’s the third and final trailer for the latest X-Men movie, Days of Future Past, in which Wolverine time travels to a time before the first X-Men movie to rope up and train a posse of X-Men who have already been roped up and trained, to beat a threat they can’t beat in the present, but hope to beat in the past, before it becomes a future threat. Or at least, that’s how I understand it. Time travel plots are notoriously tricky.
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Best Brunch Spots In Joburg
 

Best Brunch Spots In Joburg

I don’t take an awful lot in life seriously, but the things I do, I take very seriously. Brunch is one of those things. I’d go as far as to say, I’m the best bruncher I know. Two weeks ago I broke my brunch record with a personal best of five brunches in a week. Six if you count an afternoon-first-meal-of-the-day pulled pork burger at Art on Main. That kind of record doesn’t just happen. Determination, hard work, and an ability to function on thirteen cappuccinos before 1pm are key factors in a six day brunch week, but the variety and availability of brunch venues is arguably the most important. I’ve tried out a few spots since I’ve been in Joburg, and these are my best six brunch spots.

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60 YEAR OLD SKATEBOARDER
 

60 YEAR OLD SKATEBOARDER

Growing up is something I rarely consider fun. I mean, not getting asked for ID is pretty sweet, and younger girls automatically associate an unfounded level of emotional and experiential deepness to you. The waitrons calling me ‘sir’ is a little weird, but that’s a small price to pay for these six regal grey hairs growing out of the one side of my head, and the beginnings of these crows-feet I’ve got going on. The responsibility bit is a bit siff though. Taxes, medical stuff, etc. I figure I only have to get through a few years of that though, then I can just hire someone to handle that rubbish for me while I surf all day like Neal Unger skates. Oh ja, and he’s 60.
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Wall Dogs: A Day in the Life of NYC Wall Ad Painters
 

Wall Dogs: A Day in the Life of NYC Wall Ad Painters

There are a few jobs I always think about when I see them; garbage man, high-rise building window cleaner, tractor driver, fireman. I’ve wanted to be one of the above since I was a kid. Now that I’m a man-child, nothing has changed. I did get to ride on a garbage truck for a day, which was as much fun as you imagine it to be (lank). If I’m honest, I just like the idea of the window cleaner, it’s a little too heights related for me though, so, it’ll never happen. The firman, I’m just waiting for the NYC department to give me a call. This though, the life of a big city wall ad painter, looks pretty awesome.
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