Fall-Down-Go-Boom Mic

I’m usually not a fan of the “prat fall” comedy that seems to take off on YouTube. The “random kid kicking soccer ball into dad’s crotch” kinda shot isn’t my sorta thing. But, when photographer Tim Matkosky came back to our office with the following interview, I felt it needed to be published. Hats off to Tim for maintaining a steady shot (amongst the giggles) for the remainder of the…

Charlie Brooker takes a Swipe at a TV News Pkg

From: FORUM I’ve only caught it a few times on YouTube, but I’m a big fan of Charlie Brooker‘s BBC 4 show Newswipe. It’s a funny and biting look at the way TV news is delivered. Think of it as Jon Stewart and Frontline working together to do a documentary about the news biz – with a British accent. jeremycohn on the FORUM, has stumbled upon this brilliant…

“We Got That B-Roll!”

I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to share this clip from Make sure you check out their site for more brilliant videos.

Thanks to Diane for sending the link!

Kate Beckinsale in 5K Red HD

From: Gizmodo All this talk of 5D and 7D, I felt you could use a little 5K. Here’s Esquire‘s photo shoot of Kate Beckinsale for their Sexiest Woman Alive issue.  Shot in motion with a 5K Red Epic, the images for the magazine were simply still frames taken from the video. Not a huge technical revolution, but at least a nice video to watch on a Friday afternoon.

First Music Video shot on a iPhone 3Gs

It was only a matter of time. Ironically, the video, directed by Steve Ellington, is called Technologic Overkill. Wanna go full circle? Click here to watch it on your iPhone. From: Mashable

A “Dear Avid” Letter

From:  Form Before Function by Steve Crawford “By the time you get this, I’ll be gone. We both knew it was coming. Honestly, it’d been heading this way for a while. We were just going through the motions, anyway. Don’t get me wrong, there were some great times. You were my first. You always remember your first. Well, there was Premiere Elements before you, but I don’t even count that…

More AWARD Photos

Congratulations again to all of the AWARD winners. Thanks to Jim Sitton of WPTV for sending photos of his award. Leave it to creative photographers to find new and different ways to shoot an image of them with their trophies. I kind of feel guilty about my design of the trophies. There was no direct intent on my part to make it look as if  Jim Sitton is “Dangerously…