Next time you’re hiking through a forest, look straight up.
People watching at Venice Beach again today.
Candid shots of people on Venice Beach in the early morning.
Shooting at Vasquez Rocks a few weeks back.
Photo by the talented Dan Lambert
BIKES & FIRE
A recent collaboration and experimental with Micah Hamilton.
A few more screen grabs from test shoots the past few weeks.
It’s been a while - about due for an update.
I’ve been working this fall on a project entitled, “LOLA”. A little background on this endeavor… The past couple of years I have been working closely with my friend and now roommate Spencer, who writes and publishes music under the name Riley and the Roxies. Over two years, we produced 17 music videos. Now, we want to step it up a bit - not in quantity - but in our quality. Shooting music videos every weekend was great and allowed the cultivation of the aesthetic, but now we want to take a little more time in our production…
So, before December, we will be shooting 5 music videos under the name Lola - one music video for each song on the new EP Spencer is releasing.
We have been scouting locations and shooting some camera tests to prepare. Here are some still frame grabs from various days.
Shot on a GH2 with the Moon T7 hack, which is known for its filmic look while maintaining sharp details. Graded in Resolve to resemble a faded film that still retains some details in the shadows. For an enhanced look, I added a grain pass at the end. Really liking the images we’re getting.
Will be posting more frame grabs soon!
"Writers and their books will always be inextricably connected, but the relationship between them isn’t simple. As Saunders told me, “A work of art is something produced by a person, but is not that person — it is of her, but is not her. It’s a reach, really — the artist is trying to inhabit, temporarily, a more compact, distilled, efficient, wittier, more true-seeing, precise version of herself — one that she can’t replicate in so-called ‘real’ life, no matter how hard she tries. That’s why she writes: to try and briefly be more than she truly is.”
- Margo Rabb, Fallen Idols
Feeling small. (at BeritaSatu Plaza)