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Demo Reel | 2014
Colchester 48 Hour Film Challenge | “It Was Emotional”
Title: It Was Emotional
Dialogue: “Sounds like fun, but its not for me.”
Action: Cover head with towel and walks five steps
The Universal Plan | DanMatic
Broadway x Westport | 3.28.13 | 50mm |18-55mm | 8mm fish eye
reflections | 3.31.13 | 50mm | 18-55mm
The Calm | Soundtrack: Grace by Moby
Produced by Hooah Interactive Communications. I had the opportunity to be a Cinematographer/Editor for this project. This video was filmed in three days at the annual Sun n Fun Fly-In & Expo in Lakeland Florida.
The team was comprised of a crew of 5 using a Red Scarlet, a Canon 5D MkII, a Canon 7D, Go Pros, and also the 550D on various rigs using sliders, jibs and a steadicam.
The film was designed to draw on the inspiration and spirit of aviation of this unique event.
Honda Grand Prix | World Challenge
Shot With: Canon 550D
Color Correction: Apple Color
Soundtrack: “Four Letter Words” - Pete Samples
A compilation of projects and footage captured, color corrected, and edited between July 2011 through December 2011. Email: Tmoyo96@Gmail.com
A compilation of projects and footage captured, color corrected, and edited between July 2011 through December 2011.
Camera: Canon T2i
Color Correction:Final Cut Pro 7
Music: “Returns a King” [300 Soundtrack]
I’v been wanting to do a video that incorporates true slow mo for the longest time. There’s just something about it that was gripping for me. I was recently hired as a camera operator for Defiant 7 MMA Fight Night. I thought that it would be a perfect time to shoot some of the footage in a high frame rate. This short was the result of what I captured.
Camera Used: Canon T2i
Color Correction: FCP X
Soundtrack: Catastrophe and the Cure (Four Tet Mix) - Explosions In The Sky
"The Camera is the "eye" of the motion picture. It is not merely a mechanical thing of cogs and wheels and optical glass that records an image on a strip of film. Rather, it is an artistic tool. Like a painter’s brush, or a sculptor’s chisel. In the hands of a craftsman it becomes the instrument through which a dramatic story can be placed on film. So that later on, in darkened theaters all over the world, bast audiences can see the film, react to it, and be entertained."-Herbert A. Lightman
Time Lapse: Walnut Street Bridge: Chattanooga, TN
Camera: Canon T2i
Soundtrack: “Postcard From 1952”- Explosions In The Sky