This is yet another stunning example of what drives me each day as a multimedia journalist and storyteller: Continue reading “What Inspires Me: Ed”
When a client balks at the cost of producing a serious project that is telling their story I try to explain as best I can what is entailed with producing a quality piece for their needs. It seems especially shocking to those who are involved in the non-profit and NGO sector which are the areas I target my services to – and tend to have the biggest issues with having the budgets needed to produce quality stories that they want for their organizations.
I came across this post on RebelUnit that breaks it down in a simple infographic. Continue reading “The True Cost of Producing a Video Project”
@PhilipBloom has made a name for himself within the filmmaking community. What I a love about this story is the subject telling his story in words and his music. Continue reading “What Inspires Me: Portrait of a Percussionist”
“Live life on your own terms. Do it on a daily basis. Do it unapologetically. Do it with love.”
[vimeo width=”681″ height=”383″]http://vimeo.com/28970811[/vimeo]
Stunning visuals, compelling story being told by the subject only along with an underlying music score that invokes a sense of spiritual connectedness to the subjects story.
What Inspires Me: Mona Vale by Jason #Wingrove
another in a series of teasers for his documentary that’s in production on the Australian ocean pool culture in Sydney. Early morning at mona vale in Sydney’s northern beaches.
Gear: Joby gorillapod focus, Canon 5DMkII and 50mm f/1.2 with a Vari NDII filter to keep it wide open.
What Inspires me: Sea Pool by Jason #Wingrove
Once again Jason Wingrove provides a visual feast with outstanding audio narrative.
Gear: 5DMkII, 50mm f/1.2L, 70-200mm f2.8L. Always wide open with Vari NDII filter to keep it there. No tripod, rig, Follow focus, viewfinder or monitor. Flat picture style & Magic Bullet Looks for the B&W.