I made another video for Safari Pearl, this time a video tour. This was a difficult one, the motion track was tough, but most of all was the poor lighting situation. I was able to bring a couple lights to help, but my wide angle starts at f/3.5. But it was wonderful experience to do. I did a reshoot, and everything turned out, and Safari Pearl loves it. Thanks Safari Pearl. COOLEST. CLIENTS. EVER.
I was wanting to do a test video for some zombie props I made, and when Ryan Connolly (fron Film Riot) said the prize was a slider, I decided to rush the test film. So here is my 1 minute piratical effect video for your review. I own all the copyrights to the images and sounds in this video. I composed the ringtone in GarageBand. Tell me what you think please. Matt
I have a six year old son named Logan. He’s a fantastic human being. He sees me making a lot of videos. He has been my helper in almost all the videos. And when he holds up his LeapFrog camera and tells people what to do, I feel very connected to him. But after killing him so often in videos, he demanded to have his own ninja video. It’s very self indulgent, but what the hell, that’s all that I do around my birthday. He came up with the concept, location, actors, and very spe
I was able to attend a post-wedding-party (Reception kind of?). I was expecting more pomp and circumstance, so I was really excited because it gives me more wedding video practice. But it turned out that it was this really laid back party. It was nice. I got some pretty good images, and only one of the grooms wanted to be interviewed, but Brendan was super cool, and a joy to talk to. It turned out to be great, and I really appreciated the opportunity to do this. Congratulatio