A long time coming.
Alright, time for a big post. It’s been a good while since I began work on an experimental piece, well over a year in fact, the last one I did was the “eastern shore” diptych installation that featured my lovely wife Jenny. For sometime now I’ve wanted to make a piece that would visually be akin to the work of street photographers such as Gary Winogrand and David...
I made this rather quickly today while I was bored. I’ll probably revist it in a week or so and attempt a serious color grade for practice, I reckon this will do for now. Ideally I want to practice isolating colors, maybe even a little motion tracking. I’ve never really explored Color’s possibilities, even though I know they are far and wide. Once I catch up on some reading, I’ll take another...
I’ve begun to seriously think about investing in one of these. My Canon 7D is great, don’t get me wrong. I love the conveience of it and the picture quality is phenomenal. That being said, the rolling shutter issues and the lack of quality audio have really begun to take it’s toll. The AF100 is well within my price range and also takes the glass I already have for my 7D thanks...
I never do this.
My 2011 Summer/into Fall reads.
This is a short viral spot I shot for Burro Bags last year, my buddy Gus Cooper directed and edited it. Burro is a local company that is doing a lot on a regional and national level. Check them out. http://www.burrobags.com/
In the meantime.
If you get a chance, check out my film work link up there in the top right corner. Or click here. It’s just a few pieces I’ve done in the past, but I figured I’d make an attempt at a shameless plug. I’m very interested in utilizing what I do with video and photography to bring awareness to various social and cultural issues. I think that’s why I’ve always been...