It was a pleasure working with the newly wedded Smith family, Alex and Brandon. They tied the knot on October 6th and we captured their wedding event from ceremony to late night reception. As Elisabeth Garlington (the evening’s photographer) had commented, we edited the footage to create an emotional ride from “happy to crying to happy again.” We made this 11 minute video for the couple (see video below) plus all the complete speeches in the Bonus Features of the DVD we provided. Included in this Bonus Feature menu was also the wedding preview, a short “teaser” of the wedding that we edited and uploaded to YouTube a week after the wedding.
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The second annual Delta Roofa Palooza organized by the same paloozers kicked off right this August. The Dynamic Realtime Players were able to roofa three (plus) wakeboard boats and the recognizable pontoon boat joined. DRP 2 was bigger, louder, and is now etched in the attendee’s brain as the funnest day known to man. With the Digital Related Press, next year will be even bigger.
Like last time, two Dramatic Ridiculous Philmmakers captured footage (Jacob Wayne Bondesen and Blake Rabe) and two videos were edited with the same footage: Rabe cut a version and Bondesen cut one. Be sure to check out both:
In this above version, Blake used a song that was remixed by a friend – it works as a music video to the track.
In this version, Jacob used copyrighted music for all four minutes despite the second song – one of the DRPers was involved in the track while his Hawaiian Haole boy amigos sang over his guitar.
Different Reels Per filmmaker, you can see the contrast in editing style and even the choices of footage were drastically different at times.
Come to next year’s event.
Here at Something Clever we’ve worked with companies in the fashion business – salons, designers and make up artists. Quality of the video is important because it directly reflects the designer’s intentions, the make-up artist’s tedious work and the hair stylist’s craft.
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The above video features a new product line Green Alley Salon is carrying for their clients. We shot the process and featured one of Green Alley’s hair stylists explaining how the extensions work if their potential clients are interested.
Above is a video we created as a “recap” for Green Alley Salon while preparing for the Austin Fashion Week “Team Mash Up” competition. Working with a bobcat can be intense, especially while trying to get it to cooperate and pose with the model. We wanted to show the “behind the scenes” of capturing the final photo.
This “web episode” was created to push a new dress design by Revelry. We had a basic concept of a woman waiting for her man while the company’s theme was shown through the environment.
For the “Waiting…” web episode, we filmed behind the scenes while Green Alley Salon prepared the girls for their photoshoot in the park. Not only is the designer’s style evident, the audience gets to see the salon’s set up as well.
Michelle, the owner of Revelry Dresses, wanted to create this original “web episode” to show her extensive line up of dresses for sororities and tailgating.
Green Alley Salon stylist, Emily, wanted to apply to L’Oreal’s certified stylist program so we made this video to show her at work describing the process of applying the products. The video was shot in a documentary light to inform the viewer of L’Oreal’s uses.
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.
Tucked in a neighborhood just off Lamar sits a vacant lot that has been captured by some of the area’s finest graffiti artists. These colorful writers have turned this jungle of cement and grass into a landmark that is worth exploring. My brother and I got some footage and I wanted to share some of the photos with you. The images tell their own story.