After being stuck in Limbo with so many projects this entire month, I finally completed the Behind the Scenes Video and Strobist Tutorial for the Marie Antoinette concept I shot a while back. I've added more narrative and educational jargon in to this one as I've taken the feedback from the youtube channel seriously.
The lack in frequency of posts hasn't been because there is nothing to blog about, but rather that I have been so swamped with projects and answering emails and strobist related questions-- I frankly haven't had the time. For those of you who read this blog, including my rants and raves, I thank you.
Some big things are in the works of production and post production. I have another BTS Strobist Video from the Marie Antoinette shoot I did last month waiting on the digital cutting room floor as we speak. I also have a couple era-based vintage themes including concepts based around the infamous Audrey Hepburn and Jean Harlow.
This Father's Day Weekend will be another sleepless weekend of fun-filled guerilla film making as the 2011 48 Hour Film Project returns to SLC. Our filmed completed or not as well as others will be screen on Tuesday, June 21 at 6:00PM at the Gateway Cineplex 10 in Salt Lake City. Please come out and show your support and appreciation for Utah's amateur and professional film makers.
Our entry for the 2010 festival can be seen on our Kaptain Kieodie site HERE
The biggest news of my journey as a photographer and Film Maker has to be kept secret for a few more weeks. Just plan on tuning in to the web on July 5th as a whole new platform of educational and inspirational resources for photographers will commence.