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Demo of my latest cinematography and editing work as well as some previous material.
The members of the Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School Band from Orange, Texas (of which I am a member as well) during the tenure of band director Richard Keyton (1968-1976) gather annually to reunite, share stories, and celebrate the impact that he has had on their lives.
This most recently edited version is from Dec. 10, 2015. Running time approx. 6'30".
Postcard From San Francisco. Scenes from a recent visit to San Francisco, California in July, 2014. Footage shot with the Canon 5D Mark II using H.264 native codec and MLV RAW with the Magic Lantern (www.magiclantern.fm) enhancements to most Canon EOS DLSRs. Some scenes were shot using the 3X crop mode feature in Magic Lantern. Lenses used were the Tamron 28-75mm f2.8 and Canon 70-200mm f4L.
RAW files were converted to DNG using MLVMystic, then imported and graded in DaVinci Resolve Lite 11 (which is excellent and free, by the way, from BlackMagic Design (http://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/davinciresolve), and then final edit in Final Cut Pro X.
This video was made using a Canon 60D shooting 60fps at 720p and then conformed to 24fps and slowing to 25% in Final Cut Pro X. The music, "Grandpa" by Puddle Of Infinity, seems appropriately similar to Leif Inge's "9 Beet Stretch" which is the Beethoven's Ninth Symphony time stretched into 24 hours duration.
cloud planes (OK, I couldn't think of a good title) filmed and edited with iMovie on iPhone 5S. #sky #clouds #film #movie #shortfil #extremelyshortfilm #video #weather #texas
Everyday is a rush. Short film about traffic in the city. Shot in Dallas, Texas with a Canon 60D (24fps/1080p, 1/50sec.) and assorted lenses including Canon 50mm f1.8, Tokina 12-24mm f4L, Canon 100mm f2.8 macro, Canon 70-200 f4L, Tamron 28-75mm f2.8.
"Flow" is an experimental short film derived from a collection of early test video clips when I was trying out my new Canon 60D camera. The recording was made at 24fps, 1/50th sec., various apertures and ISO settings and edited with iMovie 08.