Is any one home. I have had a busy summer and am way way behind on a lot of photo & video projects. I have another trip coming up and was ask to help out a new bluegrass festival so not much time before classes restart.
This is soooo cool.
Ok,this isn’t related to video, but is about storytelling with still images. Pro photographers have a conversation with a photographer about one of their pictures, then get to the core of how and why the image was made. The Image Deconstructed is my new favorite photo related website. Check it out. You will learn something about the creative process of image making.
From F@*k the Fear blog by MediaStorm producer Eric Maierson
I have been doing final grading for those that have turned in all of their work including the final project. I sent out the first six final grades to Sam, Taylor, Heather, Peter, Tobias, and Nadia. I sent them in an email. I used the one you used to set your blog account. If you didn’t get it, shoot me an email. I will be in the computer lab on Monday from 8 until about 11a.m. If you have not turned in your final project, you need to do it by then–even if it is not finished. A partial grade is better than a zero. Think of me as client who hired you to do a project. Are you going to make your deadline? Your business reputation is at stake if you miss this deadline. What are you going to do to make your project successful for me, the client. Clocks a tickin’ folks. Get-er-done.
More to come. Please give feedback on your fellow students work.
photo credit: Laura Lewis
This is an excellent post about tips for working on a film set for the first time. Also, check out the rest of the website called The Black and Blue. There are lots of tips for filmmakers like you!