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Go To Team Elite Camera Crew & Video Production Crew | Daytona

Columbia Director of Photography in Daytona for Coke Zero 400 It took three days, seven cameras and 60+ batteries to follow athlete Ato Boldon around as he experienced his first NASCAR event ever. No problem for Columbia Director of Photography, Craig Goodale, and his apprentice David...

When you think of Daytona Beach what comes to your mind? Maybe it’s NASCAR’s Daytona 500, Daytona Beach or basketball icon Vince Carter. I had the opportunity to travel up the Florida coast to Daytona for a segment about Vince Carter Youth Basketball Academy for the CBS...

[caption id="attachment_11849" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Tom Shoots Long Lens From Below"][/caption] It was a bit of a scramble, but the guys pulled it off.  NASCAR on Fox has a new theme song for the open each week; country music star Dierks Bentley sings a special version of...

It’s February.  And they’re in Daytona.  The NASCAR season is just getting started.  What is Go To Team’s Skip Clark doing at a baseball field in Tampa?!  Interviewing Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter for the Daytona 500 Jimmie Johnson feature.  The driver of the 48 car...

Trevor Bayne won the 2011 Daytona 500.  Don’t feel bad if you don’t know who that is, very few people did.  So Fox Sports, as part of their NASCAR coverage, wanted to bring everyone up to speed.  The producers wanted to show how this new...

[caption id="attachment_11524" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="NASCAR.com Correspondent Monica Palumbo "][/caption] Orlando DP/Partner Dan Beckmann spent a few days with NASCAR.com for NASCAR Media Day in Daytona Beach, Florida. [caption id="attachment_11525" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="DP/Partner Dan Beckmann "live" on the Red Carpet with the EX3"][/caption] Shooting on the Panasonic VariCam and...

[caption id="attachment_9171" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Skip Clark shooting on Canon 7D"][/caption] As TNT passes the NASCAR torch to ESPN, Go To Team Director of Photography, Skip Clark, reaches his finish line and sees the checkered flag signal the end of his 2010 NASCAR season.  To say this...

While on location for the Daytona 500, Go To Team’s Skip Clark unleashed The Phantom camera. Capable of shooting at up to 2000 frames per second, The Phantom is the Rolls Royce of slow-motion video capture. While recreating the famed Victory Lane of Daytona, Skip was...