Using a 5D Mark II having the custom firmware magic lantern installed, and canon T5I I took these time-lapses this morning starting at six thirty and ending at eight. .
A spoken word project I worked on recently for Awaken Studios, Carpenter, prompted me to quickly add in sub titles from a pre-formatted email I received from the artist. It was already paragraphed which all that I needed to do is do a little bit of formatting to make the text wrap correctly so that no line was bigger then the width of the screen. I did this in text-edit, then created several expressions based on a single line of key-framing that told After Effects what line number to show.
Adjusting the Offset to 0.0 would popup line number one, 1.0 would pop up line number 2 and so forth.
A few days ago after watching some amazing tutorials form Anthony Artis, I went to ACE hardware, asked a few things.
One, if they had any extra cardboard boxes that they could give me, and two for clothespins that would be used to hold it on the lighting stand.
Stacie contacted me through the grapevine wanting to get some modeling pictures. She never done any photoshoots before but was eager to try. We met just north of Norman, Oklahoma a few days ago, the winding gravel road still full of puddles from rain a few hours before. The flies were atrocious, leaving us quickly moving from one place to another, but for a few minutes at each location Stacie was calm and collected wishing we all took along bug spay as the sun disappeared behind the storm clouds.
The last project for the first semester students of the CV Production class. Their goal, to brainstorm ideas for a five minute short movie project that would be developed into a script to shoot utilizing the jargon learned over the last six weeks of class.
A project had me create a vector map of Japan using free open source tools.
The full on vector image was 50MB, a little bit to big for me to work with so I compressed it down to a 5746 × 6469 transparent PNG.
Here’s the link to download
Vector Japan Big
Week three of the Crestwood Video Production class that I’m teaching in Oklahoma City, we shot a live performance music video in a little under two hours.
It’s a much needed self insisted shabbat for me today on Friday.
I insisted that I take a day off from work at the studio.
My newly video editing studio, located in central Oklahoma city, has has a lot left to construct but it’s complete enough to setup shop in.
Isaac Oltersdorf, one of the leaders at the No Boundaries House of Prayer in Oklahoma City, is starting a new Youtube Channel called “House of Prayer Channel” where he records video teaching on worship, prayer, and what does that look like in the community for other individuals that are staring a worship center.