Category Archives: Video Velvetta

Heads Up!

Too many metaphors and too little time ;)! Those of you who have taken classes with Rick Sammon know that he’s a font of photographic knowledge and a great resource for tips and tricks. One of my favorite is “ … Continue reading

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It’s Always a Matter of Perspective, Isn’t it!

Mountain Lion rocks the house! If you haven’t already and your machine meets the minimum requirements, Mountain Lion is a must have upgrade. I’ve included a bunch of links to reference material to help you get the most out of … Continue reading

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Aperture Priority

Is printing dead? I thought so until this week. Two things changed my mind: As is my teenager’s way, she left two graduation presents to the day before her friends high school graduation party. Now teenagers rarely print anything anymore, … Continue reading

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Ramps and SloPro

I was going to write about SmugMug’s great app “Camera Awesome” and their excellent photo/video service, but I got my favorite springtime phone call. My good friend Tim called and said, “let’s go ramping”! We’re fortunate that we live in … Continue reading

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Edit Before You Shoot, Part One

Rick Sammon and I recently finished a small video project for Square. Square enables people from all walks of life to accept credit and debit cards. What better way to illustrate this than a real world situation that Rick finds … Continue reading

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How I Did It: Steve Sabol, President, NFL Films

Great article about how Steve Sabol and his Dad started NFL Films. Believe in what you do and anything is possible….and of course makes for great film making! Enjoy

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The Two W’s

“Why and What”, your video project mantra. “Why” am I making this video and “What” do I want my audience to walk away with. Keeping the two W’s always in mind while brainstorming, creating, and distributing your project will make … Continue reading

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