A few years ago someone had the genius idea of offering a Slow Motion Video Booth as an alternative to your standard “Photo Booth”. At this point there are only a handful of people offering the service and I am pleased to say that I am now one of only 3 (I think…) companies in San Diego to provide this dynamic style of event booth.
The concept is to capture high-speed video footage of people dancing and goofing off – and then to provide real-time playback. The camera capture Full HD frames at a rate of 240 frames per second and then the camera feeds this directly into a TV/Monitor mounted near the booth. Since standard playback is only 24 frames per second the effect is a full 10x slow motion. Options for onsite printing, custom props and custom backdrops will be made available. After the event you will receive an edited video showing highlights of the day in a fun Music Video type format.
I was invited to create a behind-the-scene documentary on the creation of the latest issue of Exquisite Weddings Magazine. The photos took place a Bandy Canyon in Escondido and there was an amazing team of creative people to make this project come to reality
SD Photo Studio
Sara France Photography
Melissa Rae & Co
Leaf it to Lexi
Leo Hamel Fine Jewelers
Farm Tables & More
The New Children’s Museum in San Diego is an amazing place for kids (and their parents) to explore and create art. Over a 3 week period from the middle of September to the first week of October the smuseum transformed from “Trash” to “Feast”. I place 6 cameras around the museum and tracked progress an artists worked to create their new exhibits. This 4 minute video is the result of over 250,000 images captured during the transition
Mass Cr8ivity was a series of 8 community workshops with 4 artists that took place around San Diego. The culminating event took place at The New Children’s Museum in Downtown San Diego, and we were brought in to provide both photo and video coverage from this final event. The day was really diverse with lots of different art activities geared to all age groups – so there was no shortage of fun material to sort through when it came time to put this final production together.