It’s Magic When Things Move

It’s the motion that makes me do what I do. As anyone who reads my blog…(both of you, where ever you are, thanks!), you know that after 31 years as a still photographer, I switched to time lapse in 2011. It’s what I specialize in now and as part of that specialization, motion control is a huge part of what I do for you. Done while in the field during principal photography, (but sometimes or in addition to), motion control can also be done in post production:

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The qualities of motion control are such that the technique easily draws your audiences’ attention and brings your story to then in an emotionally engaging way. Add a strong narrative, (my expertise really shines here) and your money is well spent. It may be more than you imagined in the beginning but the legs your deliverable will have is priceless. But I don’t take Mastercard. Sorry, too many fees. And it’s a bank for cryin’ out loud. But I digress.

Left to right. Right to left. High to low. Low to high. Angle up. Angle down. Forward. Back. Or let’s have some fun and combine two or three. Whatever we do for you, guaranteed it will make your project more successful. More noticeable. And more likely to be shared. Isn’t that what you want?

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We do aerial video too…password: Dump

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See a full movie here: [vimeo]https://vimeo.com/95779910[/vimeo]

Call me. We’ll do what you envision. Or we can come up with a point of view together. Collaboration is a beautiful thing.

818-422-0696.

Michael

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