Posts tagged “photography

Time Lapse

It has been a while since my last post so figured I would share my recent video I took out at Beards Road which is off Wild Cat rd. In Port Huron, Michigan. I have been getting into Time Lapse Videography which I shot on the Sony NEX FS-100.


Over Exposed / Properly Exposed

Just finished some homework for school, and figured I would post it up on my blog.

For my over-exposed shot I did not use a neutral density filter, and for the properly exposed shot I did use it. The settings for my over-exposed shot are:


ISO: 500

Shutter: 60

Color Temp: 3100k

Properly Exposed:


ISO: 500

Shutter: 60

Color Temp: 3600k

(Neutral Density Filter 0.6)

I didn’t mind this shot, but I wanted a different look then what I got. I turned off the fill light. I didn’t change the camera settings, and the results gave me a closed loop lighting “Rembrandt” final image.

Poker Photos















I wanted to take a few photo up my poker chips, and cards for the feature film I am writing.





Fatal Projections Short Film: My Dream Location.

There is a building for sale right next to where I live, and it is an old rail road building. It was two buildings, but the one got knocked down so it is just an empty lot. The building would be perfect for a important scene in my short film “Fatal Projections.”

Pirate Photo’s Color Correction

Pirate Ship Photos

My brother was driving me home from work yesterday when we saw an old pirate ship going down the river in Marysville Michigan. The photo’s are not great since all I had was my camera phone. I really need to start bringing my video camera with me where ever I go, because Ill always see something When I don’t have it with me.





PROAIM Arm & Vest Stabilizer System

I finally got my vest and arm stabilizer system yesterday. The FedEx guy dropped off 3 big, and heavy boxes. One box was the Tripod to hold all the equipment, the other box was the Vest, and the biggest and heaviest box was the arm, and fly cam stabilizer. I have to say I am totally satisfied with everything. The tripod was well made and super sturdy. the vest and arm were beautiful and worked great. The only thing I didn’t like is the crappy instructions, probably took me 3 hours to get everything together, and fitted right. I definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a cheap one since they can cost up to $13,000. I only paid $1,400 with shipping off ebay. I also found another one on there after I bought mine of course for $625 so with shipping it would of been $800. Not bad, so look around and get a good deal bought you wont be disappointed.  It the Pro aim vest and arm stabilizer 5500.