In making the jump to HD video produced with dslr cameras (HDSLR, HDslr, hdSLR -> I don’t think there is a consensus yet) the field is changing daily. In many ways it reminds me of the early years of digital still photography (dslr, Dslr, dSLR, ?…) A time when you had to keep on your [...]
Earlier this week I licensed images from an ’09 assignment to a new client. It offered the opportunity to revisit and rework the photos with Aperture 3′s processing engine.
The original Gallatin School – Architecture blog post.
The contents of the Mexican Suitcase (Spanish Civil War photos by Robert Capa, Gerda Taro, and David Seymour; lost for decades but recently rediscovered) are now on display at the International Center of Photography in New York.
We got back from Maine last Sunday, had the Labor Day holiday, and then hit the ground running. The kids started school on Tuesday and I got word of the need to do a client presentation on Friday morning.
The work would be multi-faceted, involving stills and video. In the way (so to speak) was [...]
The second installment documenting the building of my new office:
I kicked it up a notch from Part I integrating many more clips and combining handheld, tripod based, and slider based camera work. As before, video was shot with a Canon 1D Mark IV, edited in Final Cut Pro, and grading/color styling was done [...]
I can now run the portrait shot in early July and mentioned in my Two for Two post.
David is dean of Fordham University’s School of Graduate Business Administration. He was photographed to show the skyline in the background, emphasizing the school’s location in the heart of New York City.
For those keeping track at [...]