I’ve become popular enough shooting atStudio526that I’m starting to get invited to other events. I spent Tuesday night getting to shoot at Thursday’s lounge in Akron, getting to see the light shows put on by some of Akron’s flow artists. I wound up coming home with a ton of photos, so I’m splitting this into two galleries. Feel free to share around the photos. If you like what I do, and want to help support me so I can keep shooting events like this, it would be fantastic if you could click that ‘Donate’ button up in the right hand side of the site. That would amazing.
As promised, I have the second batch of photos from my shoot over at Thursday’s Lounge in Akron. Evidently, when you have such an awesome, talented crowd, you come home with about 7 gigs worth of photos to edit, and have to split into multiple galleries.
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I finally got the balancing right with the hoop cam. I just figured the easiest thing to balance out a GoPro, was another GoPro setup. Well, the mount and case anyway; the housing is empty. It’s been great practice for learning how to edit with Adobe Premiere Pro, and feels like a big step forward from my last hoop video.
I’ve started moving into experimenting with video production. I took my new recorder and my homemade steady cam out to Studio 526 for the Spin Jam event that week. After that, I got to take it home and experiment with it with my first experiment with Adobe’s Premiere Pro.
Looks like I’ve become aregular at the flow events over at the awesome Studio 526 in Akron. Between stills from my Nikon, GoPro footage, and playing with my new video camera, I came how with about 12 gigs worth of footage. So, be on the lookout for more cool stuff from this event.
Just like last time, I pulled double duty between stills and video at Thursday’s Spin Jam. I got more experimental with this one, playing with more drastic angles and letting the video go longer.How did I do?
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Last night, I was invited back out to the Metro Studio Spin Jam out in Akron for some more photosand video. This time, I decided to take greater advantage of the studio’s setup. An entire wall is basically one giant, seamless backdrop and the other walls are covered by curtains. I figured that it was the perfect chance to test out my new light stands.