Okay, I’ve been extremely busy with work, but I finaly managed to get some free time to post two new tutorials. These ones have been shot on the Canon 7D. A great new DSLR camera that I used on my last short film “Dinner Date”. The film is almost finished, just needs the final music and sound mix… but we already did several test screenings with great results. Everyone laughed out loud in all the right places.
I’d like to thank Jeff and Tonya for starring in the film, along with Keith and April… who are actualy a great comedic duo with lots of hillarious videos of their own. Check our their Nocturnal Emissions page here.
As for the new tutorial, you can find them on my site under the Tutorials tab or on my YouTube Channel.
Here you can see step by step how I designed and lit a scene with two actors in my short “Dinner Date”. Continue reading How to Light a Film Scene
See how I setup a a romantic restaurant scene in my short comedy “Dinner Date”; plus see how I fix and save a whole scene just by re-designing a single shot. Continue reading How to Light a Romantic Film Scene
Finally I’ve finished a new TV spot for the University of Waterloo.
This one is for their Mathematics Department.
You can see the the whole video by clicking HERE!
See how to setup a very stylized looking performance shot for a music video. Continue reading How to Make a Music Video: Lighting Set Up, Light Streaks
I did a new music video for a talented Canadian singer/songwriter Christopher Charles. The song is titled “Love Like You”. I tried to create something different than what you normaly see in RnB videos. I wanted to create a feeling of recalling old memories that are a bit blury and hard to recall. Like trying to remeber an old love, where all you really see in your mind are those few glimpses of the person smiling/crying, looking at you.
Hopefuly I was sucessful 🙂 The video hits TV stations across North America at the end of August. Enjoy!
Learn what makes great looking images in film, music videos, etc. It’s not always the camera but how you design the shots. In this first tutorial I try to explain in general terms what designing a shot entails. Continue reading Make Video Look Like Film: Shot Design
They’re finally here! I know I’ve been promising to put up some tutorials for a while now… so here they are! They were a lot more time consuming than I original thought they would be. Still a lot easier than having to go through all the emails and answer all the questions that people had. I hope you find them useful. I will be adding more and more as time allows.
You can see them on my YouTube Channel, where you can subscribe and stay up to date!
I had the pleasure to do a video for the new Mississauga Parks website. It was a crazy shoot with lots of different locations and scenarios. We met a lot of fun people, both kids and adults, who are in the video. We were even treated to a really delicious Pakistani BBQ. I little spicy… and if u know me then u know I can’t handle any spice in my like 🙂 But tasty none the less!
I wanted to say thanks to Arlene and Joanne for helping us!