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Joshua and Amber have answered God's call and stepped out in faith to adopt two siblings from Uganda. The Dwyer Family and a team of volunteers will be working on a widow's home to help raise funds to cover the high cost of adoption!
The loss of a beloved spouse often makes it difficult for a widow to keep up with the necessary improvements and repairs to her home. So on April 27, the Dwyer Family and the team of volunteers fixed up Ms. Judy's home in Las Cruces, NM.
Each volunteer is raising sponsorship for their day of work. Since most of the supplies for the repairs on the widow's home are being donated, 100% of the money raised will help bring two sibling orphans into a forever family - The Dwyers!
To donate: bothhands.org/joshua-and-amber-dwyer
- Canon C100 that I rented through Lensrental.com.
- 5D Mark II for a couple of cutaways that were intercut during the intro.
- Canon 60D for a couple of the timelapse shots.
- The intro of JT Olson, the founder of the Both Hands organization, was shot by someone else on a dSLR.
- Canon 24-70 2.8L (Thanks Leonards!)
- Nikon 20mm prime for a few wide shots.
- A Genustech Eclipse Variable ND filter was also used to keep exposure around a F4 during the brightest parts of the day.
- Secced Reach 4 tripod and a Konova K3 slider.
- Adobe Premiere Pro, Audition, After Effects and DaVinci Resolve for post-production.