A week since IBC, things are pretty much back to normal for here in Epsom. I have been furiously emailing the companies and people I met to get my foot in the door for some videography or digital media content production.. We shall see!
Oh yeah, immersive experience, here is what I am listening to – http://8tracks.com/monkcoco/amsterdams-jams
I have been working on an edit for a video of a day trip around Amsterdam city, just a few shots of what I though was worthy of being included! (“You only get one” quote from Glen Symes). It is currently taking a looonngggg time exporting in Adobe Media Encoder due to down-res’ing from 1080p to 720p for the web, as well as some heavy grading done in Magic Bullet, which always takes time anyway.
Here is a couple of photos from the edit, and the grade to show you how 🙂
What can I say, do your clients pay for render time? 😄
I’m going to upload the video of Amsterdam later today, so keep updated as I shall post it on here! I used Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 to edit the video, and Red Giant Magic Bullet to grade. I did a couple of timelapses so just sped them up and used ‘Frame Blending’ to create the smooth motion blur. I shot most of it on my Canon 60D and Tamron 17-50 F/2.8, also using Sams GoPro Hero3 for the other shots. I chose Zero 7 “Destiny” for the backing music as it is chilled and ambient, just like the culture over there!
In the meantime I am developing my marketing strategy for the videography business I am trying to get funding for, through The Start Up Loans company (James Caan), but that hasn’t been at the top my list, although it really should be.. If you’ve got any tips for start ups and writing business plans then please forward them this way!
I am also working on videos in the edit suite which include interviews with F&V, NHK, Tokina, Ikegami, and NanGuang, so keep updated for those too!
Ciao for now 😀