I’ve been tweeting and facebooking and google plussing about .TV a lot lately, and I figure you should know why. A few months ago, I was approached by the good folks that run the .TV domain (Verisign, if you really want to know), to join their Advocate...
Six years ago, I went to Eagle Butte, South Dakota to record the stories of the Lakota Elders so that future generations of Lakota would learn about their ancestors. Working with the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, hawkwing, Inc., and Tunxis Community College,...
I recently had the absolute pleasure to work with Melissa Wildes, Jeff Corey, and Kathy Corey of Day’s Jewelers when they asked me to create three video business profiles for them. This homegrown family business emphasizes strong education and quality...
This week has been all about chroma keying here at Filmosity, and in my last post, I gave some tips about getting the best key from your green screen shoots. But why do most productions shoot on a green background? What happened to blue screens? What’s...
It’s been a long time since I’ve gotten to work with green screen. But one of my latest clients needed a virtual spokesperson video, and chroma keying on a green screen was the call. Back when I started working in video, green (and blue) screen...
We all know the word raw: Raw veggies, raw talent, raw images, raw emotions. I think raw gets a bad rap. People imagine raw to be unfinished, unrefined, and therefore undesirable. But I’m of a different mind. Why: Capturing reality There’s...