Media Row

It’s interesting how certain areas become creative conduits. It can be a room in the house, a part of an office, a nice park or remote rural setting, or a section of town. It’s also hard to say why a given area promotes creative juices. Some creatives prefer to work alone or in isolation and […]

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Rose Colored Glass? No, Rokinon Cine Lenses.

Rokinon Cine Lenses I recently had the opportunity to test out the Rokinon Cine Lenses. The lenses are made for digital film production by adding .8 pitch gears for focus and aperture and de-clicking the aperture mechanism. I got my hands on 3 of them: Rokinon 14mm T3.1 Cine Lens Rokinon 24mm T1.5 Cine Lens Rokinon […]

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Another Brush (and a tip on how to use it)

My last post was about tools used in the creative process and how they can be an asset or a liability. The train of thought is that the tool is secondary to the final result and don’t get caught up in the hype of the latest and greatest tools for the sake of being on […]

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Artist’s Brush

An artist chooses a brush for many different reasons. He may like the way it feels in his hand, she may like the texture its stokes render, he may like the history behind a vintage tool, she may be impressed by the color of the sable bristles, it may be the best brush ever made. […]

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Ada Lis Jimena, Mezzo-soprano

“En Los Surcos Del Amor” Carlos Guastavino, Performed by Ada Lis Jimena, Mezzo-soprano from DavePerryProject on Vimeo. New blog post coming this weekend but in the meantime enjoy “En Los Surcos Del Amor” Carlos Guastavino, Performed by Ada Lis Jimena, Mezzo-soprano at Mill Mountain Star in Roanoke Virginia. This was shot during the shoot for […]

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Focus at Infinity, Iris WFO

I’ve been thinking about doing this for a long time…blogging, that is. I originally thought it would be a good idea to do at my day job. Not my own blog but rather, one for the day job. It’s always a great thing to have new and current info on the company web site. But […]

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