Garageband iOS is the recording studio in my pocket at all times, and with both the internal instruments and sampled sounds I’m able to create entire soundtracks that sound like full live bands. The main source of my samples is a service/ app called Splice, which aggregates producer packs from cutting edge electronica to live jazz, world music and classical sounds. In this video I talk you through my process of using Splice to source my individual music samples, then I show you how I’m able to construct my Garageband iOS tracks and play along with the samples to make fully finalized soundtracks for my short films and animations.
San Diego Comic Con 2017! Motion Comics With Adobe Character Animator! How do these things connect? Because Adobe sent me to SDCC to present a panel on Motion Comics! Get a taste of the Primordial Creative Studios experience at Comic Con!
Here’s the trailer for The Innocence of Seduction, the film that caught Adobe’s attention:
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Hey out there! This is a followup to my unboxing/ road test with the new Fujifilm SQ10 Square Instax camera. I took it to LA to shoot with 7 models and address a few of your questions from the previous video. Also, we see a side-by-side comparison of an image shot with the Fuji Neo Classic 90 and the SQ10. More practice, more experience, more love for this camera despite its many quirks.
One of my favorite ways to get the kind of surreal pop I love in my photography is to use the simple combination of colored gels and LED lights. Here we look at a few ways to use gels and why they are a valuable addition to any art and portrait photographer’s toolkit.
All images in this video shot with the Fuji X-T2 and the Fuji Neo Classic Instax Mini 90, models include Shasta Wonder, Kaila Stone, Mckenzie Eckels, and L. Shima.
I went to photography school, still owe $20,000 in student loans, so as I’ve grown in my use of video I’ve decided to forgo formal education and learn through youtube. This playlist is my “film school”, covering tech stuff like frame rates, creative software tutorials like After Effects, and advice on marketing, budgeting, working well with others. It’s an ongoing list of great resources that I invite any burgeoning filmmakers to like, share or subscribe to.
Youtube encourages people to have a short trailer on their channel, so here’s the one I made for mine! The music is borrowed from my 2015 music project.
If you’re a kind of person who likes subscribing to channels- or like the kind of work that I show on my tumblr- I encourage you to like/ subscribe/ share anything! Independent arts can’t exist without your support!