I recently purchased ‘HDR’ by Lucky Clan on my iPhone4s, and I have to say I’ve been very pleased with this app. Not only is it a fast little app, but it gives beautiful results. Obviously, with high movement the results aren’t the best.. but when you get a great shot, you really get a great shot.
The only real downside is the lack of blending options after you take the picture. HDR, does give you an option to save both of the photos to your stream to use them in another app. That’s nice of them, but it would be nice to have to just have the options for post. Hopefully they will upgrade this in an update. I wish Apple would allow the quick swipe camera button on the locked screen to quickly open ‘HDR’.
Overall a very quality app and well worth the $1.99 for it. Check out the shots I took below using the app.
A promotional video for Crunch Fitness. I got to get some long overdue acting work in.. even if it was behind the mask as the world famous Crunch Bunny.
Produced by Lamarcable Productions.
Casey Lamarca over at Lamarcable Productions has put together a behind the scenes video for the music video “What They Say”. Again, I would like to thank everybody involved with the project. It was a good first run with the artists and I look forward to being a part of future projects with them.
You can check out the full video here.
I’m proud to announce the release of the music video, “What They Say” by Kayla Stockert and the Como Brothers Band. While planning this project we knew we had something special on our hands and took every measure to make sure we captured exactly what we intended. I must say, that everybody on hand did their part and we were able to create something we are very proud to show off.
I would like to thank everybody involved for their hard work and support of the project. Matt, of the Como Brothers approached me about directing it and we worked on a concept together with Kayla about going out of your way to do something positive for someone else, no matter how big or small.
Completed in conjunction with the team at Lamarcable, Roscoe the Human C-stand, and Eddie from V.A.M.P. in Miami. Shot on location at 89 North Music Venue in Patchogue, NY.
After months of hard work and preparation, the bulk of the “Orson Welles Project” is now underway. Along with fellow producers Garen Daly, Ken Theriot and a very talented crew on board with us, we have a lot to look forward to over the next few months with this project. Although still in the early stages, we are all very excited to collect and share the stories about the cinema that once stood in Harvard Square.
We were fortunate to catch up with Tommy Lee Jones for an interview before he was to step on stage and receive the Harvard Arts Medal for his lifetime’s work in the arts. He was the manager at the Orson Welles while he went to Harvard and had some great memories to share with us. Here is a link to an article with Director Garen Daly, as he discusses the conversation between him and Mr. Jones.
More updates on the project coming shortly.