bird shit encrusted ventilator. In Brooklyn.
tarp, a breeze, steeple.
Nearing completion of a music video. It’s a rather kitchen sync production.
SouthEast stairwell of the Brooklyn Museum of Art.
Apple is gutting OSX of useful features.
Configuring Raid Arrays from Disk Utility
Repairing perms from disk utility
Monitoring CPU cores from Activity Monitor
Pinning Apps to Finder window.
(late)2013 Mac Pro loaded with ram!
Brand new raid array connected via TB2!
second (slower) raid array for stills and stuff!
big ole UHD 27″ LED display!
Load up the project I have been working on for months.
Configure Premiere to export to ProRes 422!
Thing is, I just bought a Canon EOS 6D to upgrade from my Canon EOS Rebel 760D. Why? The 6D is a 4 year old camera. The 760D is brand new!
Since I have delved back into video production it has really opened a can of worms in terms of gear. I thought that owning a recent Macintosh and Adobe Creative Cloud enabled me to churn out the viddy like Ed Wood on bennies. Boy was I wrong.
Turns out that HD video is very resource intensive!
Doing some animation lately. It is known as cloud animation or milk animation. It involves nothing very special in terms of gear, except a lateral mounting of your camera, so you can ‘look down’ on the subject.
It seems that every photographer that fancies themselves a street photographer prefers the look of the 35mm lens on their full frame camera. There are even some that go to a 28 or 24mm prime for a wider aspect. I prefer 85mm most of the time.