And endless supply of artwork from which to study in my pocket. My friend put me on to Wikipaintings.com.
The great artists of the world became great from studying and copying the artists before them.
Super excited to join the cast, crew and special guests tonight for the screening of ROWS. A thriller produced here in Baltimore directed by David Warfield. The movie is being shown at the Charles Theater tonight.
I photographed still shots for the production. It was a lot of fun and my first time on a movie set. The number one rule is to keep quiet. The sound equipment is very sensitive and can capture whispers from across the room.
Before doing this shoot I did a lot of research about set etiquette and things that I should look out for. I almost spent $1000 on a sound blimp which is basically a box that you put around your camera to dampen the sound of the shutter. Im glad I didnt. I shot photographs between takes.
We were in tight quarters so I used a 20mm wide angle lens for most of the shoot. The wide angle also has a more cinematic feel which I think looks more authentic. My camera body was a D7000. It did its job but I have found that DX cameras do not preform well with FX (Full Frame) lenses. The focus is hit or miss for some reason. The sensors will tell you that the image is in focus but in reality it is horribly blurry and unusable. I have upgraded to a FX camera since then. I shot with an ISO of 1000 which is the highest I could go on the D7000 without the image being unusable due to digital noise.
The cast and crew were super cool and friendly. I am glad that I was invited to be a part of the production.
I think this photo is so cool. Chimene photographed me with her instant Polaroid camera. This particular photo is a one of one. That means, none before it and none to come. Am I predisposed to liking the look of Polaroids?
I think the tangible things remind us of how temporary things really are. I think we forget that in a digital world were nothing is truly erased.
“When the search for particular knowledge becomes pleasant, half the battle is won.” – Andrew Loomis http://t.co/ua7Kv8QFlE
I will follow on social networks only if I follow you in real life.
Me odio twitter pero lo necesito.
Got tired of being disappointed at the time wasted during the day. So I deleted everything. Except for twitter.