Late- A Short Film

For a film production class I’m taking, I was required to make a short film. This is really my first attempt at such a project. Overall I’m pretty happy with the results considering the time crunch I was under. Yes there are some things I don’t like and would do differently, but overall It’s not too bad for my first attempt. Everything was shot on the Nikon D7000 and GoPro HD Hero and edited in Final Cut Pro X (iMovie Pro). I really need to do some more of these. Enjoy…

Snow Time Lapse

I decided to attempt a time lapse of our Latest snow storm. I put my D300 on a tripod and used the interval timer to take a shot every 30 seconds. The video came out pretty good. I would have liked to have made it longer with more frames, but I ran out of batteries. I used manual focus and auto exposure. I would have liked to have locked the exposure, but it would have been way off when the sun rose.

Photoshop Lighting Composites

We tried to cram a lot of information into our behind the scenes Corvette shoot video, but had to leave a few things out. This video explains the post production process we use to create our lighting composites. If you haven’t seen the behind the scenes Corvette shoot video, check it out! It shows several composite shots and the images that were used to make them. I have another video explaining the camera and lighting setup process here. If you have any questions please leave a comment on this post, and I’ll try my best to answer it. Enjoy!

Behind The Scenes Corvette Shoot, Cool!

So after being inspired by http://fstoppers.com, myself and Thomas Woodson decided to collaborate on a very large automotive shoot and film the whole thing to submit in the Fstoppers contest. We’re both getting into automotive photography, and perfecting our craft shoot by shoot.

The video is not only meant to give you a look into our shoot, but to show you how we shot the images. We want to give you every technical detail on our photo shoot and not hold anything back.

We had a blast on this shoot and video production and hope you enjoy watching it as much as we did making it!

Right now we just have the video for the contest entry done, but we plan on releasing a series of videos detailing every aspect of this shoot, so check back often. I spent so much time editing this video, that I haven’t really had time to edit my images. I will post the final images from the shoot as soon as possible. In the meantime, check out our contest entry video!

If you have any questions or comments please feel free to use the comments section below in this post.

Go see our video and lots of other great ones at http://Fstoppers.com. We’re on their front page!