We had a great time this year working with Alisa Toninato of FeLion Studios and are happy to share some great videos and pictures from this year’s pour! Eric Allin stopped by with his camera and spent the day shooting some amazing videos:
Daytime video of the pour:
Nighttime video of the pour:
Thanks to Eric for the amazing shots and great editing work putting it together.
He shared the pour floor with a photographer and videographer from The Cap Times who also captured some great images and video.
A few Sector67 members realized that iron pouring might not qualify as a RedBull extreme sport, but the idea of playing with 100+lbs of molten iron a few inches from your fingers is definitely GoPro helmetcam worthy:
The camera was duct taped into one of the silver suit hoods to protect it from overheating and contact with splashing metal.
Todd grabbed some wonderful shots:
Joe took some great panoramas and pictures during the pour and a few pictures of the results from the pour.
Here’s what everything looks like before it’s melted down and recast:
If you weren’t able to make it out but would like your own piece of very functional cast iron artwork for your home, consider Cook with Pride’s Wisconsin skillet by FeLion Studios: