Lately, I've been really wanting to shoot more videos and on my recent trip to Colombia, I did just that. This isn't the fanciest video ever but it's a nice little snapshot of our fun vacation. Hope you enjoy!
I had the emmense privilege of helping my friend Char Brodersen with his recent record project. For this project, we went down to Coasta Mesa to record a few songs for a hymn album that he has been wanting to make for a while. This video is a glimpse into the making of one of those hymns. The aim of this project was to take a few ancient hymns and reinterpret them in an engaging and dynamic manner. A special thanks to Neil Godding for producing this album. Enjoy the following stills and watch the video already!
Check out the project on iTunes here.
Got another video for you. This time is from a favorite band of mine, Fleet Foxes. I love that the footage in this is shot on with real film, not digital-trying-to-look-like-film. How can I tell? Look how unsharp the images are. Look at how saturated the colors are (without looking overdone). The result is footage that has an authentic look and feel; it's got character. It literally looks like it could be mistaken for something shot decades ago. Anyway, enough geeking out about the look of it... just watch it!
A friend showed me this video recently where an artist turns a room into a giant projector. If that wasn't cool enough, it takes place in Paris so there is tons of cool architecture.
This is basically how a pinhole camera works (the technical name is Camera Obscura).