To accomplish this, kinetic-typography (animated type triggered by audio cues) and engaging, simple graphics were used to help crystalize solutions to common problems in aerial survey; drift.
Programs used include Adobe After Effects, Premiere Pro, Illustrator and Photoshop.
To fully capture the experience, five cameras were peppered throughout the radio station. The programs used to create this piece were Adobe After Effects, Premiere Pro, and Photoshop.
Adobe After Effects and Photoshop were used to create this short ad bumper, along with Plexus 2 (a plugin available at AE scripts.com), in order to achieve the geometry.
Depending on the job, I am a big fan of the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera (BMPCC). Although after it’s properly tooled, but there is no way that thing will fit in any pocket. After the BMPCC is ready to use, the flexibility of recording raw files in camera is amazing, considering how far you can push your image in post production.
When they see a smaller DSLR camera, most automatically assume you’re a photographer and or that your choice of gear isn’t professional. It’s hilarious when guests at weddings say things like, “I guess the bride didn’t hire a videographer?”, when in fact they did; the shooter just chose to record on a video enabled DSLR camera.
The funniest part is most DSLR Camera’s today overpower larger dedicated video cameras, since DSLR’s offer larger sensors, better low-light quality and are easier to travel with. To answer the question, depending on the length you need to record for, DSLR cameras are the go-to choice.
Up for travel; James is no stranger to flying around the country and while averaging roughly 148 shoots per year, he has to be.
Should a project require travel, James has embraced picking the right piece of equipment for the job. By efficiently packing the right gear for the job, James can efficiently mobilize his creative operation to provide significant coverage for your project. But at the end of the day James Powers meets your demands and more importantly, he does what he says he is going to do.