Thursday, April 29, 2010

Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, kid.

When someone says that they have seen a certain movie over 100 times you might say to your self ok thats bull shit. When it comes to Star Wars (4,5,6) it may be a different case. I find myself time after time looking for a movie to watch and then after ten minutes of pointless searching I will reach for A New Hope, Empire Strikes Back or Revenge of the Jedi 9 out of 10 times.
A good movie always has another side to it and this is very true in the Film Industry in a whole. Grips, PA's, Lighting, DP, Editor and many more job titles like these are what make the picture come together and flow onto the screen as seem-less end result. It's always a point of mine to look into the production of a film and Star Wars is non the same its is a great story all in it's self. These pictures are just a sample of what can be found out there on the behind the scenes story. I recommend a look back at these films (4,5,6). ----

NOTE: Notice all establishing shots for new locations and environments ----- cinematography

Panavision works Wonders

Original Prop Design of the Light Saber

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Nature's Children are Farmers

Shelburne, Ma Amherst,Ma

Tattoos are for people in jail right?

Seeing as how I live only and hour and a few minutes from the best city in the world the home of the Boston Red Sox Boston, Ma. And it was a day in which i had nothing to do my roommate and I took a ride in and stumbled upon a great exhibit at the ICA.

The work of Dr Lakra is something that I find very interesting and to my liking. Being involved in the Tattoo world i enjoyed seeing all of these works which show the progress of the art form from its early tribal days to the now well known jail house tattoo parlor. The images in which he decided to manipulate also bring their own feel and idea to the piece. If you have any time and find yourself on the waterfront in Boston you should check this work out.

Friday, April 16, 2010

In Soviet Russia, television watches you!

In a few weeks I am going to be starting production on a new project and this is going to be the money maker. Produces real
smooth and clear footage when working with proper lenses and film stock. Keep checking in for updates on the film and I
will always be putting up daylies as they come in.

The Krasnogorsk-3 features:
  • 17-69mm f1.9 zoom precision Zenit Lens
  • Electronic exposure meter
  • Continuously variable speed from 8-48 fps
  • Single-frame animation
  • Rotating mirror beam-splitter
  • Film counter

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Check It

It was like when i woke up as an eight year old on Christmas morning

Tom Cruise is a fudge packer

Well shit i just found out how to throw vids up here. So now it begins ...... hahahaha

Little Rooms Trailer

So Here is the trailer for the Film Little Rooms which I was a part of as my senior thesis project at Keene State College.
Enjoy and I hope you like it. We are still trying to get the film into festivals..... keep the fingers crossed...

Thats What She Said

Male Rabbits are at their Horniest in Spring

It's that time of year when everyone is posting or showing off their close-up flower pictures. Seeing as how I just picked up a new DSLR Nikon d5000 it only seems right to get down on the ground eye level to the flower and take some shots.