Creative process and learning video cont...

Year: 2015

Song: Polyrhythmic Exchange by Tomahawkbang (Catch the Ghost Records/Beat X Changers/SoulShifters Crew)

House Dance Freestyling: LatinHeat (The SoulShifters Crew)

Capture and Edit: An Ta (The Project Bloc/The Super Space Cadets)

Notes: So I was digging through old hard drives and looking though collaborations, projects, and various concepts. I found the hard drive from my last Macbook Pro, it was the same drive I had to extract due to a failed logic board. Luckily I was able to access work from 2013-2016 and that includes some video production exploration in the form of another follow up dance video. I was just getting into Final Cut Pro X after having been in the Adobe ecosystem during this time and had my aha moments in learning how to sync clips and doing additional multi-cam editing.

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Modifiers, Shapers, and Speedlight Essentials Kit for Beginners!

Natural light sources cost nothing and can be manipulated to provide looks from contrasty and dramatic to even and flattering. But when you want to complement or punch up certain looks or effects there are a variety of tools, modifiers, and light sources. Within this post is a list and descriptions for you to start on your adventures in creative and supplemental lighting. 

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Lights (studio strobes) for the budget photo studio.

Researching and searching for studio gear to start with can be a crazy and daunting task. Figuring out how much wattage, what mount for light modifiers, hardware choices, etc... It could cause a bit of frustration. I have been asked by a few students to provide some suggestions for a basic but flexible studio setup used for product photography, portraits, and fashion. Below are a few suggestions and explanations for equipment and kits that will provide a basis to start and expand from. 

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New Handmade Leather Wrist Straps

For all of you leather lovin' camera owners, I just posted some finished handmade wrist straps on my 100km Etsy Store. These straps are a nice and stylish way to carry and support your mirrorless camera. I would recommend the neck straps for the larger DSLR and traditional cameras, those straps should be up and posted when the hardware comes in and I can get it assembled. Otherwise...enjoy! -An

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