Archive for April, 2009

E. S. Landscaping

Posted in Multimedia, People, Video with tags , , , , , , , on April 30, 2009 by bwarrenphoto

This was my largest video I produced to date.  Its not that long, but man it brought things into prospective of how long editing can take for a project like this.

Jobs are scares and work is limited, at-least the kind you get payed for. So when I hear of this 17 year old kid starting his own mowing business to make some extra cash, and was keeping yards/business, I was interested.

Now some of you may be thinking so what, but after working in professional landscaping for 4 years of my life I find it interesting to see where it all starts at. Meet Eric Sauls.

RCC Photo Department

Posted in RCC, Video with tags , , , , , , , on April 30, 2009 by bwarrenphoto

For my final assignment in Digital Imaging I had to create a sort of promotional video for the department which I am a part of.  We the students were allowed to work together and use each others content if we so choose.  This was my first true video project, and was encouraged to use Final Cut Pro on the computers at school, but with the time crunch, I opted to work on my home computer on iMovie ’09.  I think it went well, did not run into anything that I could not do vs. Final Cut Pro.  I actually knew how to do things in iMovie ’09 that my fellow students could not figure out how to do in Final Cut, I credit this to being more familiar with my setup, which was really handy in the time crunch.  Check it out!

311 Just Before Dark

Posted in People, Sports with tags , , , , on April 19, 2009 by bwarrenphoto

Went to 311 Fastrack this past weekend. I haven’t been in a while, and I really enjoyed the races. Here is jsut a little fun I had with the wide angle. I figured if I was going to be stuck in the stands, might as well do the traditional whole track shot that we have all seen before. The time of day was a bit of a bonus.

311 Raceway

Another HDR

Posted in HDR with tags , , , , , on April 10, 2009 by bwarrenphoto

This one consist of 5 shots.

train

Panoramic

Posted in Panoramic with tags , , , , , , on April 7, 2009 by bwarrenphoto

This is by far the largest pano I have ever made using a combined 71 images in total all added up to equal around 200 degrees of coverage. It came together nicely, much like I had expected it. It was taken inside of Triad Baptist Church in Kernersville, N.C. I tried to let Photoshop do most the work, but it quit out on me after aligning the images, and never blended them, so I had to take on this task the old fashion way through hand painted masks.

warren_brandon_pano