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Learn to Dance in a Year

July 17, 2013 by Documentary, Music Video

This is a fun video about how Karen Cheng learned to dance in a year. … Continue Reading

Meet LaMont

July 2, 2013 by Documentary

Keith Lanpher found a great story in his own building. Meet LaMont is a fabulous mini-doc about a great character that Keith sees every day. The video has a great production value and a nice narrative through line. It’s amazing what you can find right outside your door.

It also should be said that the video won Best Documentary in the APA video contest. … Continue Reading

Greg Watermann – a long way from fucking.

March 23, 2013 by Music Video

Two years ago today, I posted Greg Watermann’s fantastic video of Scars on Broadway’s Fucking. He created the DSLR video relying on common sense and instinct. Ben Darling edited all the footage together to make an iconic music video that to this day gets a ton of traffic.

For Watermann and Darling it was just the beginning of new career of using DSLR video as part of their tool kit to put together amazing music videos. Have a look at the latest from Pitbull featuring Christina Aguilera which features footage and stills from Watermann and Ben Darling’s awesome editing. … Continue Reading

A Little Nudity Durring to Illustrate Lens Comparison

March 19, 2013 by Gear

An epic comparison of the Canon Cinema Primes and the L Series.

Like my friend Greg Watermann said when he sent this to me; why can’t all gear tests be this creative. … Continue Reading

Knob Feel

March 18, 2013 by Reviews

KnobFeel is a site that bases its reviews purely on the feel of the knobs of the device. Have a look at the video below for a taste of a good feel. … Continue Reading

The Epic Old Milwaukee Superbowl Ad You Didn’t See

February 7, 2013 by Commercials

This is the best ad of the Superbowl, yet it only played in three cities in Texas, Oklahoma and Montana.

I dunno. … Continue Reading

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