This past Saturday, I was lucky enough to go help out at SAMMinistries while they had their “Santa at SAMM” event. It was a chance for families to receive a photo of their children with the legendary Santa Clause. As he landed on top of the SAMM center and stepped off his sled, he told me he felt very privileged to meet all these wonderful kids.
A special thanks goes out to all the people and sponsors that helped out, especially Lorena Pena and Daniel Pruitt for making the event happen. I was excited to capture the occurrence on video and I edited something together a couple days later. Here is the video – I’m glad I got to interview some interesting faces.
So your wedding day’s coming up and you’d like it documented?
We have a variety of packages that are designed to suit your specific desires. At Something Clever, we take this momentous day very seriously. It only happens once!
Please take a moment to look over the various options we’ve drawn out for you.
Step 1: What would you like us to capture?
$950 Ceremony, reception, & testimonials*
$800 Ceremony & reception
$650 Only ceremony
*For testimonials, we walk around the reception asking
guests to say something for the couple.
Step 2: Combine the above option/pricing with the following:
With the footage captured, what would you like us to create?
$800 A 40-50 minute wedding video on DVD
$650 A 20-30 minute wedding video on DVD
$500 A 10-15 minute wedding video on DVD & viewable online
$250 A 2 minute preview of the wedding for online viewing
Feel free to combine any of the options from Step 2 and we’ll work with the price. For example, most couples want a 20-30 minute wedding
video on disc AND a 2 minute online preview.
To see examples of our wedding videos, please visit our wedding portfolio or check out the video below. This particular moment is an example of a 10-15 minute video that was given to the couple on DVD and uploaded to YouTube so they can send it to friends and family. Tara and Tony wanted us to film the ceremony, reception and testimonials.
If you have any further questions, please email us at email@example.com
or for a quick response, call Jacob Bondesen at 210.394.0481
Today I took photos on Lake Austin of Aric Denton and friends teaching children the art of wakeboarding at a summer camp they do every week. There were a lot of skiers out there too, so can’t leave them out. I wanted to share some of the shots I captured. I go back tomorrow to photograph the kids I wasn’t able to see ski earlier this afternoon.
My brother and I found an abandoned factory just south of downtown in the King William District. In fact, it sits southbound along the river walk as you’re passing the popular Blue Star Brewery. Of course we couldn’t help but question what the view was like from the top of this thing.
We got a great deal of footage to be archived and we now know of an incredible location for future film projects. As I explored the grimy ruins of the ghost factory, I imagined a group of misfit children using this as their “base”, alerting the others as “intruders” draw near. It’s their fortress, they are the kings of this industrial castle.
Expect an urban exploration video at the end of summer. Below is a bird thing we ran into along the river walk. It alerted us as we passed asking for help. “What is it” you ask? I asked him and even he wasn’t entirely sure.