1. On Sunday March 11 Filmmaker Holly Sugrue and I hit New York's Central Park for what we called a "7D Adventure."
    My goal was to spend the day shooting timelapse video. Here's the result.

    Details:
    Camera: Canon EOS 7D

    Shot at 1fps, converted to 24fps

    Wolman Rink
    Focal length: 135
    FNumber: 7.1
    Exposure: 1/500

    Bethesda Fountain
    Focal length: 47
    FNumber: 7.1
    Exposure: 1/500

    Bethesda Terrace
    Focal length: 28
    FNumber: 7.1
    Exposure: 1/500

    Bow Bridge facing West
    Focal length: 28
    FNumber: 5.6
    Exposure: 1/500

    Bow Bridge facing South
    Focal length: 28
    FNumber: 5.6
    Exposure: 1/320

    Strawberry Fields "Imagine" Mosaic
    Focal length: 28
    FNumber: 5.6
    Exposure: 1/320

    Central Park South
    Focal length: 28
    FNumber: 10
    Exposure: 1/30

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  2. On Sunday March 11 Filmmaker Holly Sugrue and I hit New York's Central Park for what we called a "7D Adventure."
    My goal was to spend the day shooting timelapse video. Here's the result.

    Details:
    Camera: Canon EOS 7D

    Shot at 1fps, converted to 24fps then reduced speed 50% in Final Cut to test the effect.

    Wolman Rink
    Focal length: 135
    FNumber: 7.1
    Exposure: 1/500

    Bethesda Fountain
    Focal length: 47
    FNumber: 7.1
    Exposure: 1/500

    Bethesda Terrace
    Focal length: 28
    FNumber: 7.1
    Exposure: 1/500

    Bow Bridge facing West
    Focal length: 28
    FNumber: 5.6
    Exposure: 1/500

    Bow Bridge facing South
    Focal length: 28
    FNumber: 5.6
    Exposure: 1/320

    Strawberry Fields "Imagine" Mosaic
    Focal length: 28
    FNumber: 5.6
    Exposure: 1/320

    Central Park South
    Focal length: 28
    FNumber: 10
    Exposure: 1/30

    # vimeo.com/39205395 Uploaded 39 Plays 0 Comments
  3. Just a test using a GoPro Hero2 camera to record the walk from the Time Warner Building on Columbus Circle to Grand Central Station. Shot at 1 frame per second and played back at 15 frames per second.

    # vimeo.com/38894678 Uploaded 17 Plays 0 Comments
  4. On more than one occasion I have set out thinking that I was shooting a story about an inspiring place only to find that the real story is not in the place, but in the people. Fred’s Pantry is built on a foundation of inspiring people.

    Fred’s Pantry is Peekskill, New York’s first ‘choice’ food pantry which provides groceries to families and individuals in need. Located at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, it’s shelves are stocked with canned goods and other non-perishable items as well as frozen meats and vegetables. Since opening in February 2010, Fred’s Pantry has served more than 5000 hungry families. None of this would be possible without the hard work and dedication of the pantry’s staff and volunteers.

    When I contacted Jeanne Blum, Executive Director of Caring for the Homeless Of Peekskill (the organization that runs the Fred’s Pantry program), and explained that I wanted to do a story on Fred’s Pantry, she was adamant that we maintain the privacy of their clients. We agreed that the best day to shoot would be on a day that the pantry was not distributing food. Fortunately for me, Fred’s Pantry was holding it’s first volunteer training day that coming Saturday. A perfect time to meet the people behind the pantry’s success without getting in the way.

    A few pieces of information stood out while putting together this film. First, almost anyone can wind up needing the services of a food pantry. The people I interviewed made it clear that their clients represent a broad spectrum of the community. They are not homeless, they are just people who have hit a temporary set-back in their lives and could use a little help making ends meet. Second, if you have ever thought of volunteering at a food pantry but thought you did not have the time, the staff at Fred’s Pantry want you to know that any amount of time you can give is valued. You can do wonders by donating just a few hours a month. You can also help by organizing food drives or simply making a donation. It was amazing to learn how far, with the help of the Westchester Food Bank, they can stretch a dollar.

    The program operates every Saturday from 9:30am – 11am out of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church located on 137 N Division Street in Peekskill.

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  5. New Rochelle native, Artie Tobia with his band performing "I Think I Hear My Mamma Calling Me" at the Palace Theatre in Danbury, CT.

    # vimeo.com/16003516 Uploaded 48 Plays 0 Comments

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