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  • HOW WE MADE THE ATC MUSIC VIDEO “READY OR NOT”

    HOW WE MADE THE ATC MUSIC VIDEO “READY OR NOT”

    Here’s the latest Air Traffic Controller music video from their NORDO album titled “Ready or Not,” written by singer/songwriter Dave Munro. We shot the entire story with the Canon C300, both the narrative and the performance segments, using Kessler Cranes, Kessler Pocket Dolly, Kessler Stealth slider, Tilta rig, ikan D7w monitor and a Glidecam HD 4000 with the forearm support brace. What I love about the Canon C300 EOS Cinema Camera is how it can be rigged up for handheld […]

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  • A WALK IN THE PARK

    A WALK IN THE PARK

    While in NYC just a day before Sandy landed in lower Manhattan I took a stroll through Washington Square Park in the village with no intent on shooting a frame of video. But after listening to the Baby Soda jazz band in the square, I switched over to movie mode and produced this short film for them on a whim. Kick back and take a look at a slice of life in Greenwich Village. Shot with a Canon 60D handheld […]

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  • Arianne in the Mirror

    Arianne + Rogelio from Macomber Productions

                                          Macomber Productions presents this wonderful couple, Arianne + Rogelio, who got married on June 11, 2011 at Hamilton Hall in Salem, MA. Bride prep was at Salem Waterfront Hotel. Special thanks to cinematographers Ron Risman and Matt Stapleton for the professional job they did on this wedding and to Ron for editing together this highlight film. More on this blog to […]

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  • Temple Woman

    Temple of Heavenly Happiness – Macomber Productions

    Thian Hock Keng, the “Temple of Heavenly Happiness” is the oldest Hokkien Chinese temple in Singapore. It was built from 1839-42 and dedicated to Ma Zu, the Chinese goddess of the sea. Sailors would seek her advice before embarking on voyages because of the widely held belief that she could predict the weather. Since I am a big fan of both history and architecture… I decided to check it out with my Canon T2i and my GorillaPod. On the morning […]

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  • Crystal Pier on Pacific Beach

    Moment in San Diego

                    I was in San Diego for a few days with a Canon T2i, a 17-50mm f2.8 and my trusty Gorillapod.                 I didn’t go to shoot anything really. Basically just visiting my daughter. A personal trip. But I just couldn’t ignore the street musician with the Wayfarers on his weathered face playing classical guitar on Ocean Beach.               Or […]

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  • Roman Ruins

    Wishing Well… Roma Style

    Wishing Well…Roma Style Cinematography- From the moment wheels were down… my recent trip to Rome was nothing short of a massive assault on my senses. The sights of ancient Roman architecture, the sounds of a beautiful romantic language and the street buzz of the Vespa scooter, the smell of Italian food wafting from every charming stone path alleyway and the unforgettable taste of creamy Gelato.                               […]

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