It feels good to see your work displayed in front of an audience...

Today was D-day for a project I have been working on with a client...  I must say there were a lot of constraints in trying to bring this thing on budget and in time.  As freelancers we've all been there.  Its tough to manage client expectations sometimes.  It was all totally worth it when you have a room of 200+ people all clapping after they see your work.  Just feels damn good.  Now for round 2!

Town hall meeting where they played the footage on two huge 80 inch TVs...

Town hall meeting where they played the footage on two huge 80 inch TVs...

Working the wheels in DaVinci like a boss.  Hate the fluorescent lighting.  We greened our lights up to balance with theirs.  Pain in the butt.  Someday ill have the budget and crew to replace these...

Working the wheels in DaVinci like a boss.  Hate the fluorescent lighting.  We greened our lights up to balance with theirs.  Pain in the butt.  Someday ill have the budget and crew to replace these...

This weeks work...

Theres nothing like the real thing but when you work in the ice box we call home, sometimes you have to make substitutions.  This week was cheating baseball, football, rodeos, and rock climbing in the studio.  Thank god all the shots were tights and macros...  I forced my self to step outside of my comfort zone and shoot something other than Red...  I recently purchased a new Sony.  And up until now, I didn't like the images Sony's sensors made.  Always seemed harsh and video-ish to me.  These images are different.  The cameras 14 stops of DR and smooth skin tones are really looking good!  Almost Alexa-like to me.

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Close up with Sony S-Log.  You can see the waveform's levels even as I crank a heavy back light onto the subject...

Close up with Sony S-Log.  You can see the waveform's levels even as I crank a heavy back light onto the subject...