http://videoarchitecture.com/ This project like many involved still and video production shooting days. Four Canon cameras as well as a few GoPros were used. The C300 and the 5D3 did most of the work for this edit. The shoot produced an enormous amount of great video footage and still work. No surprise given the nature of the project. Not much has been used to date. My hope is that I can do another edit with a camera interview using some of the still imaging and B roll footage. Many thanks to the Plaza Companies, Arizona State University and CBRE+ More details
Wondering what it takes to launch an architecture firm from scratch? Today's guest did it. This interview will blow you away. Listen in while incredible entrepreneur Oscia Wilson tells us how much money it took, how long, and the creative strategy she used to hire the right architects when she launched her firm, Boiled Architecture. Other things we talk about are marketing an architecture firm, and a couple of big myths about running an architecture firm. Brought to you by http://www.businessofarchitecture.com .+ More details
http://videoarchitecture.com Three cameras were used to shoot this project. One of the three just shot 1080 footage to be used for architectural cinemagraphs. On larger structures more cameras would be added to create more angles. During the shoot I typically capture ambient audio for later use in mixing. The cost is fairly modest for this type of project as most of the video post production is automated with scripts and actions. The challenge for me is deciding on an audio track. Most of my time in post is spent with audio decisions making the piece flow.+ More details
http://videoarchitecture.com I am currently working on videos for my architecture and interior design projects. These videos explain some of my ideas and techniques about creating still and moving images for my Clients. This video explores a "push pull" time-lapse with very short sequences that would be cut into the main piece of another video. Manually shot on a lift without a timer, these stills were intended for still imaging use only originally. I decided to add some audio recorded in downtown Phoenix to my tests which morphed into this.+ More details
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