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Creative Class Series

 Peter I’m always interested to hear about other people’s creative process. This series of stunning videos entitled the Creative Class is fascinating as all the interviewees talk about the influence of technology on their work and creativity. The videos are beautifully shot and the sound design is just superb. I’m not sure if the series is…

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Hoochie Coochie Mikkie

 Peter We’ll its been a while since we focused on still images as video is really what we spend most of our time doing. We decided to try and take a few portraits of Hoochie Coochie Mikkie, a talented blues musician we met at the Pasyal at Manila. He was so passionate and belted out…

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How To A Light Beer Bottle/Product Photography

   Geraldine I love watching Behind the Scenes (BTS) videos, especially in the making of a photo or video, what goes on making the shot and how the photographer/cinematographer thinks. This is also a way of learning new ideas from others. In this Fstoppers Youtube Video, they teach you how to light a beer bottle…

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Film Friday: Through the Ground Glass

   Peter I love this short video about a large format photographer Joe Allen Freeman by Hawk Bolt Productions. Through the Ground Glass from Taylor Hawkins on Vimeo. I didn’t always work in video in fact I start my career as a photographer when I helped set up a music and lifestyle magazine in Seoul South Korea.…

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B&H’s Canon Lens Experience

   Geraldine Here’s a comprehensible guide to Canon lenses if you’re undecided which lens to buy. Thanks to B&H Photo and Video, there’s a dedicated page called Canon Lens Experience. You can compare one image taken with a fish-eye lens and comparing it with a wide angle lens.   Comparison images also include Aperture, Tilt-Shift, Image…

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Miss World Philippines 2014 – Blurred Lines

 Geraldine It is a known fact that Filipinos love their pageantry. Be it Miss World, Miss International, Miss Universe, Mister World, Miss Gay International Philippines, even a Miss Bilbiling Mandaluyong (Miss Fatty Mandaluyong) exists. Why shouldn’t Filipinos be obsessed, when the very first Filipino to bag a major title dated back to 1969, and Philippines has been…

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Making of Pizza

 Geraldine We shot and produced a “making of” pizza. It took us 2 separate days of half-day shooting, and a little bit of bickering. Taking photos of our cooking is hard as it is, but shooting a video is harder, as not everything can be done in one take. Personally, I love eating pizza. But…

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Getting High Cycling Video

 Peter An opportunity to try and win the new must have camera of the moment, the Panasonic GH4, was too tempting to overlook. Digital Photographer Philippines were running the competition as part of Manila Photo 2014. To win the camera, people were asked to make a 30 second video using GH as a title so Go…

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Trafigura Foundation

 Geraldine Our project with Trafigura Foundation has been under wraps since early June, but we are glad to finally feature the videos we’ve shot and edited. Though we still have another project underway, the first two videos are ready to publish. Trafigura Foundation sponsors partner organisations around the world in carrying out and strengthening programmes…

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A Week in Videos Episode 3

Saturday – July 19, 2014 The #videooftheday is “Richard” a story about a travelling piano tuner who lives outdoors in London by @YourEngland http://t.co/Wdvx93TgNe — Exposure (@Exposureph) July 19, 2014 Video by: http://englandyourengland.tv/ Sunday – July 20, 2014   Todays video is Arctic Swell a @SmugMug & @antonlorimer film on surfing & photographing the Arctic…

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