Alice finished Applied Geography and Marketing at Ryerson University. For a while she went into teaching however her passion was in creative arts. After a brief time away from school Alice went back and Finished her Photography Degree. Ever since then she is the owner and head photographer of studioEPIC.
Really great review, but you liked this so much it almost sounds like an infomercial :)
I can totally relate to this experience. As Jacob ran into a motivational crisis editing the film I have the same feeling editing my photos (at times). I do this way more then video editing so the work because monotonous. In order to push myself forward and regain motivation I look back at the time of the shoot and the situations and emotions present at the time. I also recall when I was taking the photos and showed them live at the time of the shoot and the feedback I receive. It's almost like meditation, close my eyes and place myself there. It brings me back and I can keep going. The film looks amazing and I will definitely watch this.. Great work and keep going.
I re-read this bog today in the morning as we are finally killing FCP in our wedding photo/video business (still here: https://studioepic.com/Toronto-Wedding-Photographer.php). We have to move on from the old as the hardware is becoming to unstable. So sorry because now I have to learn the new suite. The issue for us is that we don't really do that much video editing and when we originally learned FCP it look a long time. Now I have to re-learn and I'm not a pro. I do maybe 20 video edits a year so learning a new package is not something I'm looking forward to. I wish there was a smoother way to go from FCP to FCX.
This is actually great for photographers as well. We've been shooting primarily with strobes because they provide just way more light, but with these new models of led lights that are actually semi-affordable shooting does get easier because typically modeling lights on a strobe are insufficiently strong to paint a good picture of what the scene will look like. Especially in brightly lit spaces.
We usually run into this issue when shooting fashion or modeling portfolios, because photos have to be frequently taken outside the studio (ex: https://studioepic.com/Toronto-Modeling-Portfolio-Photographer.php).
We currently use WhiteLightning with an external power bank (Vagabond), but for video we typically always had on-camera units which give a boring look. I'm wondering if this unit can be run from a batter power bank and if it needs an sine wave inverter or if could be run from a switching inverter.. I think going portable with a batter work rock.
I know this is sponsored content, but why not post a link to a video shot with said equipment? I'd be curious to see how 'stable' it really looks.
This sounds like a study subsidized by the insurance industry to justify why they need to raise insurance rates on film studios and independent film makers. If not then why would the 'center for trauma research' conduct such a study.. This is fringe case and I'm sure there are way more common causes of trauma to study.