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The Owner of Lamare Guitars, Paul Weaver, commissioned me to tell his story of the process he employs in creating his handmade guitars. Utilizing hand tools only, he wanted to showcase and tell his story of what is entailed in the process of creating each guitar that he creates for his clientele.
Shot on Canon DSLR and all post production done in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 and Audition 3.0
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A compelling story directed and edited by Eliot Rausch, one of today’s most compelling multimedia storytellers.
One word: Outstanding
@duckrabbit is one of those entities that has brought multimedia storytelling to the forefront. As I fired up tweetdeck this morning, I came across this twitter chat thread and felt it was important to post:
Continue reading “Twitter Chat from Duckrabbit”
Using Adobe Premiere Pro has typically entailed using an overly expensive video card – or so Adobe would have users believe.
You don’t HAVE to use an expensive nVidia Quadro or upper end consumer nVidia based graphics card – if you know what you’re looking for.
Continue reading “Choosing a Graphics card for Premiere Pro CS5.x”
Shooting a series of stills for a magazine is so much different than shooting stills for a multimedia piece. Turning a feature story for print into a powerful web doc is almost impossible… if you ask me…
…Photojournalism has changed incredibly over the past decade and in many ways we have been bombed back to Year Zero. The thing is that most of us have been forced to reinvent ourselves as visual storytellers and for many (including me) this transition has not been easy.
via BOMBAY FLYING CLUB | Judging Round Part Deux.
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Learn where this amazing documentary filmmaker and storyteller came from and why he does what he does. A genuine human being who tells deeply moving stories – Major Props!
If you’re going to get into the business of photojournalism, you need to know how to confidently record and manipulate sound…
– Brian Storm (@MediaStorm)
Just a quick note out to everyone who follows me, I’ve moved my blog from Tumblr over to WordPress. Wanted to regain control of the content I post and felt I was losing that by having my blog content over on Tumblr.