This is a short film based on chosen photos for Canon and Ron Howard’s Project Imagination. If you like the film, please comment on the website’s page longliveimagination.com/gallery/video/603. This film was written, shot and edited in less than 24hours and was a lot of fun to make. I’m an avid photographer and I loved the concept of creating a story from a group of photos. It reminded me how much I love to personally make films and not just serve as a producer on a film. I would like to thank Terésa Dowell-Vest for putting this contest on my radar and serving as my motivation to make this imagination a reality. Please check out her film here longliveimagination.com/gallery/video/371.
I would also like to thank my wife, Trisha Chapman Manning, for pulling focus when I couldn’t. We were a huge crew of two.
Recent unfortunate events served as my other motivation.
As always, thank you for watching and I look forward to your comments.
Shot with Sony A99 and a Sony Zeiss 135mm and a Rokinon 35mm