In late 2011 I made a short, The Crane Life. It was an example of what could be created from four small time lapse sequences, shot in pairs, during one visit to a job site. Lots of promise for what was to be an ongoing series documenting a construction project in Manhattan. In theory we [...]
Hot off the press, The Fordham Law Experience is a companion piece to The Fordham Law Difference which I finished late last year.
The Fordham Law Experience:
The Fordham Law Difference:
The Fordham Law Difference currently has over 50,000 views on Fordham Law’s web site.
Canon just announced a long awaited firmware update for the Cinema EOS C300 coming this October. It will not add 1920 x 1080 60p but it will add Push Auto Iris, One-shot AF (both seen in the new C100) and “Shifting Display Location during Magnified Focus Assist.” Put another way, you’ll be able to move [...]
Over the years, as I have glanced at my web stats, I have seen some surprising things – one example from a few years ago was links to my site from an online photography forum where members were citing some of my images as an example of the Leica look. The images they [...]
This has a publication date of Tuesday, Feb. 12th, but is in stock at booksellers already, Notes from a Bottle Found on the Beach at Carmel, by Evan S. Connell and published by Counterpoint Press.
The front and back covers are by yours truly and the original image can be found on my [...]
Tiger, Tiger, burning bright
In the forests of the night,
What immortal hand or eye
Could frame thy fearful symmetry?
The opening stanza of The Tiger by William Blake.
Building on my recent work for Princeton, the $1.88 billion five-year Aspire Campaign, I am very proud to continue [...]
On set today shooting a portrait for an ongoing ad campaign. This was setup #2. The first was in the adjacent control room.
To build on yesterday’s post, this is an example of what’s so good about professional quality LED lighting. Setup #1 was in the adjacent control room. The LED lights (2 – [...]
With 2012 having come to a close, I am looking back and realizing that I probably shot more portraits on seamless background paper in 2012 than at any time in my career. Why? Hard to know but I take it as an economic indicator. As companies started hiring again to replace those let go since [...]
- Canon C300 Workflow - FCP, FCP X, Avid & Premiere
- Canon 1Ds Mark III Now Shoots Video
- Canon C300: FCP X vs. XF Utility for Backup/Archive
- Did You Get the Purse? You Got to Get the Purse. Get the Purse.
- The Lost Boys
- Making the Grade
- Canon's New TS-E Lenses (17 and 24 II) vs. Medium Format
- C Notes
- FCP X 10.0.3 - Time-lapse Creation