We worked with Sarah Willis and the marketing department from Niman Ranch to produce, shoot and edit a comprehensive training video for Niman Ranch food demonstrators. All footage was shot on location at New Leaf Market in Santa Cruz, California with other video clips of the Willis Ranch and other Niman ranchers and farmers.
Shot with Canon 550D, Comped in After Effects and colored with Synthetic Aperture
Went through 2 batteries and thus so I had to make a simple crop & edit because the tripod moved a little.
-RAW 5k on a Canon 550D with Magic Lantern Firmware
-Timelapse Mode, 10sec interval
-Comped in 2K in After Effects, and colored with Synthetic Aperture plugin.
Ano Nuevo Beach, just south of the California Bay Area
A recent project led the Syndicate to the Nickelodeon Theatre for some stock footage. We wanted to share some of the more interesting parts of the process – enjoy!
We wanted to see how well an open-source software tool could handle some 3D tracking. Aside from the cube glitch at the end, we now see how extra objects can be inserted into scenes for post-production purposes
Shot on a tripod dolly with Sony EX-1 in 30p,
Exported clip as a .tga sequence and tracked in Voodoo,
Composited & exported in After Effects.
Enjoy the cube glitch at the end!
Bright Green Strategies (brightgreenstrategies.com) recently went live on a community access show entitled ‘Going Green’ in Gilroy to speak a little bit about how the Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design program (LEED) is paving the way to a new generation of green building standards. We incorporated live footage with out in-studio footage to create a program highlight for their website.
On November 16th 2010 the Firelight Foundation (downtown Santa Cruz, CA) hosted an open house and invited community members to hear a firsthand story of how just a small grant to a grassroots org can impact local Rwandan communities.
A music video shot for ‘Indian Christmas’ by Cape Sound (from Santa Cruz, CA)
Song & guitar played by Erik Oatman
Drums by Jesse Clark (jesseclark.org/coda)
Cello by Alexis Hawks (audiafauna.com)
Song recorded & mixed by Jesse Clark with the help of Edan Mason at the UCSC EMS Studios.
Erik Oatman – Direction/Blocking/Costume Design
Charley Weston – Location DIT
Scott Oatman – Grip/PA
A very special thank-you to goes out to Peter Elsea, as well as clai.tv for rental of their 7D and RED One camera rigs used in this production.