This was by far the toughest project Jonathan Rios and I have worked on yet. It tested our limits in creativity AND stress management.. haha. Its safe to say however, I am EXTREMELY happy with the way this video turned out. I’m very proud to have been part of this production, and plan on only getting better from this point on!
Check out VALOUR on Facebook (Click Here). His full length album of Electronic Dance Music will be released on May 8th, 2013!
Tech info: Canon 5D Mark III, Canon 5D Mark II, Canon 50mm f1.4, Canon 28mm f1.8, Glidecam, Lowel DV Creator Light Kit
Jonathan Rios and I had the honor of being asked to film and produce this short film for Shelter Cove church, in Modesto. We got up at 5am to catch the morning sunrise while we filmed “Joshua” conquering the ground he set foot on. Check it out!
Techie info: Canon 5D Mark II, 7D, Canon 24-70 f2.8L, Canon 50mm f1.4, Canon 24mm f1.4, GlideCam HD 4000, Glidetrack (3m)
Jonathan Rios and I went at it again and put together our newest music video. This one is by Casper, featuring his song “Lost”. This video was extremely fun because we implemented a new piece of equipment for the first time: The Glidecam 4000. We know for sure that we will definitely be utilizing the Glidecam again. It was a learning experience, but I’ll be the first to admit, it made our footage turn out great! Check it out, and subscribe to our brand new YouTube Channel, RoyalKingdomMedia.
Zee’s first official music video is now out! Check out Dancing with the Devil, produced by myself and my partner Jonathan Rios (www.jonrios.com). Shot on a Canon 5D Mark II and Canon 7D, post production with Adobe Premier Pro CS5 and After Effects CS5.
Congratulations to the newly wed couple Steffen & Devon Newcomb!
Here’s a couple shots from two different days with Neeko aka Casper. Both were spontaneous, “Hey, wanna go shoot?”, “Sure.” We spent maybe 10-15 minutes at each location just messing around. Enjoy!
Check out Casper on Facebook and his clothing line Royal Kingdom! And yes, I’m one of the few to actually catch THE Casper cheesin for the camera.