We’ve had to do some pretty weird looking things that were still quite effective. Like these:
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Monday, August 29, 2011
When I heard about TheCineCity.com I began doing my homework. An Indian company building cheaper versions of branded products like Steadicam. Reviews of the site were usually “I was nervous to try the more expensive stuff… so I bought a matte box. It does the job.” there wasn’t much word on the other products.
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
I feel like I’m behind in blogs. Always behind. Not because I’m slacking but because I’m working. Finally! After all this time, I’m getting somewhere. Thank you for your support. Or if you’re new, thanks for checking me out (new peoples someone’s talking about me ;p ).
Friday, August 5, 2011
Directors are good at having a vision…but they're not always good at explaining them. So when I get a list of sound effects to work on for an upcoming video, there is often a lot of room for interpretation. Sometimes I have no idea what he actually wants. Typically they read something like this:
-camera start-up noise thing
-something that sounds like an energetic teleportation…thing. ?
To which I must ask multiple questions to figure out the scene or what he actually means (Where is the sound relative to the viewer? What kind of environment is it in? WTF are you talking about?!?!?). Sometimes it just has to be something that sounds cool and works with the action. Other times there is a more specific vision of his that I am after.
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
What child product of the 90’s didn’t grow up watching Dragon Ball Z? such an incredibly cheesy show, but so good.
The inspiration from this video came while I was still in Australia. My old laptop (the first MacBook Pro with an Intel dual core processor) was at the end of its life. I spent a lot of time aggravated, trying to get it working. I wanted to just blow it up.
Given some time, this concept grew and it was that simple.