Here are a few of the video productions out of PhotoJoseph Studios over the last couple of years…
The latest for DxO, these videos highlight the latest firmware and iOS updates (2.0 and 2.1) for the DxO ONE, as well as the new Outdoor Shell.
The latest LUMIX launch video is for the new pocket-camera announced at Photokina 2016, the LX10 (LX15 in some markets). Unlike the GX85 video (below) where I was the featured photographer, this time I took on the role of director again, as well as DP.
Macphun recently launched a massive update to their Aurora HDR software, and I created the "What's New" video for them.
In early 2016 I was commissioned to create launch videos for the new Panasonic LUMIX GX85 (GX80 in Europe and GX7 Mark II in Japan). The first video is an "Impressions" video, meant to convey the artist's (me) impressions of the camera. The second is a "4K Sample" video, showing simply a collection of videos shot in 4K on the camera. These were shot over four days in New Orleans, and involved a total crew of ten people.
This video was created to highlight the feature enhancements to the DxO ONE in a recent software update. We upped the ante here, adding live action video outside of the studio to the production.
These two videos were commissioned by Panasonic to promote their new "Post Focus" feature found in select LUMIX cameras.
DxO Labs has commissioned a series of videos on both their software, and the revolutionary DxO ONE camera. Here are just a few of the videos produced for them.
The client needed a promotional video for her website, showing off one of Tupperware's products, the "Quick Chef Pro". She specifically wanted a tight shot of the "whirling blades", and in traditional cooking show fashion, we included a bird's eye view camera, bringing this to a three-camera shoot.
This promo was created by Apple as demo content for an Apple Final Cut Pro launch in 2008. I was producer and still photographer on the shoot, and primary editor and colorist for post.
In 2005, I was at Apple and we did a special production with the Black Eyed Peas for an iTunes promotional piece, and also used the footage to demonstrate the then-new multicam feature of Final Cut Pro. I edited the video that was used, however I don't have rights to publish it. If you'd like to see it, fill out the form below and I can grant private access to view it, which will be revoked 24 hours later. Sorry… CYA and all that.