This is a time lapse video that I have been working on and off on for about a month now. The first shot is of 81 outside of my door bedroom, while the second shot is a classic of the Hall of Languages. As time goes on I will continually update this project and add more to it, hopefully in new dimensions as well.
The Samba Laranja group at Syracuse University is an up-and-coming musical group on campus. The group is composed of students and a few professors who simply love to play a unique style of music. The group has become bigger with time and is now performing for major venues including New York City.
THIS VIDEO IS STRICTLY FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. THE MATERIAL IN THIS VIDEO EXPRESSES THE SOLE OPINIONS OF THOSE INTERVIEWED . THEY VIEWS ARE THERE OWN. THIS MATERIAL WILL NOT BE USED FOR COMMERCIAL PURPOSES.
This short piece looks at the current state of 3D in the entertainment industry and where it will be heading. While many feel that it will not become completely mainstream, it will have a place in certain sports broadcasts.
Theodore P Rysz III Producer
Ryan Little Associate Producer
Brendan Welch Executive Producer
Theodore P Rysz III
Theodore P Rysz III
Camera and Electrical
Theodore P Rysz III Video Operator
Theodore P Rysz III Editor
Ryan Little Assistant Editor
Brendan Welch Post-Production Assistant
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The Assumption Food Pantry is located on North Salina Street in Syracuse, NY. The Assumption Food Pantry has been opened for many years now and has continued to operate under challenging conditions, but has remained operational. Patrons come daily for sandwiches or monthly for groceries provided by the pantry. The average age of a volunteer is 75, but thanks to the help of daily volunteers such as Nancy Cannizzaro, the pantry can continue to operate and serve the Syracuse Area. It has been a great experience working on this project and experiencing all of the hope and joy that the pantry provides for its patrons. Hopefully through constant donations and the hard work of committed volunteers the Assumption Food Pantry can continue to operate.
Awhile back, maybe three or four months ago, my girlfriend, Emily, wanted to create a video similar to the famous Fifty People One Question video. We were slated to do it in Boston on one of our visits, but never got around to forumlating anything. However, we still would like to do that again at some point in the future.
Skip forward to today and we have modified the idea somewhat. Emily came up with the idea to ask seniors at Syracuse University what their favorite memory of the past four years was. This is the result.