Thursday, June 27, 2013

No more clips for a while.

As some of you might know. I've been asked to make a screener for the Kingston New York film festival. This festival is happening the first week of August.

This is a wonderful opportunity for me and the film. I still as of yet have not even began compiling the piece together. I know as soon as I begin it will fall into place. I just have to decide on when to get started. So I'm beginning tomorrow and therefore will not be putting up any extra clips of the recent interviews until this is done.

I'll be letting you know how things are coming as more info is available.

Here's their facebook site too.

Louise P. Sloane Article

My friend and amazing painter was interviewed for a NY magazine called Long Island Pulse.

You'll get some wonderful insight into herself and her work here. Enjoy.

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Robert C. Morgan

I got to visit with Painter/Writer Robert C. Morgan and this is some of what came from it.


Sunday, June 23, 2013

Stephen Bennett

I've begun selecting clips from the recent interviews from my latest filming trip in May. Here's the first clip that I made on my way into NYC with Portrait Painter: Stephen Bennett. No point in saying anymore, the clip speaks for itself.


Sunday, June 16, 2013

Some screen captures for your enjoyment

Here's a collection of screen captures that I've recently been working with. Lots of new footage all edited, synced and color graded. Ready to be put together for a masterpiece.


Art Guerra

Dee Solin

Peter Reginato

Richard Timperio

Robert C. Morgan

Rodney Dickson

Sandi Slone

Darryl Hughto

Darryl Hughto

Susan Roth

Michael Brennan

Stephen Bennett

Vincent Como

Much more to come in the future.


Thursday, June 6, 2013

Color Correcting and other News.

I wanted to take a moment and share how things are going. As you can see by the two images from below, I have been working a lot on my color corrections for the footage. Below you see Painter Dee Solin, and Painter and Gallerist Richard Timperio. On the left is the original footage and it's right is the color corrected version. The more I see how easy it is to edit my Canon 5D2 footage, and the more I learn about the camera, the more I like it and want to learn how to make the best for every shot I get.

I have been spending a lot of time working on all the separate edits. The one's I did with the GoPro Hero3 have been good, some not so good. The settings on it don't give you much for manual control so it's always trying to compensate for changes in light. But we are working through all of that. Always onward and upward.

Soon I'll be selling all my big household items and heading to NYC where I will set up my base and get deeper into my art and into this film. Looking forward to it.