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December 2010

Case Study: Conference Title Sequence

By , On December 21, 2010, In Case Study, Creativity, Design, Motion Graphics, Video Editing, With 0 Comments

I recently made this title sequence for IHOP-KC’s conference to air worldwide on GodTV. It’s pretty simple, but I thought it would be fun to give a slight breakdown of the creation. My job was to create a 20 or 30 second conference opener that was compelling enough to air worldwide, yet generic enough to.

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Characteristics of a Leader: 7-12

By , On December 13, 2010, In Leadership, Teamwork, With 0 Comments

As promised, here’s the 2nd round of Mike Bickle’s leadership characteristics from his free ebook, “7 Commitments of a Forerunner.” Do you have any others you think should be on this list? #7: Leaders Do What Needs to Be Done Instead of only looking to start something new, or waiting for an exciting opportunity, leaders.

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Compositing Practice

By , On December 8, 2010, In Animation, Case Study, Creativity, Design, Motion Graphics, With 0 Comments

I’ve never done much compositing, but got inspired after watching an excerpt from “The I Heart Revolution” film that was animated by Glenn Stewart. Thought I’d share what I did today for a project with IHOP-KC. Before: After: (imagine the snow actually falling) Software: Adobe After Effects & Photoshop Plug-ins: Video Copilot’s Optical Flares &.

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Characteristics of a Leader: 1-6

By , On December 5, 2010, In Leadership, Teamwork, With 0 Comments

I recently started reading through Mike Bickle’s “7 Commitments of a Forerunner” and he has an excellent chapter called “Lead Diligently.” I’ve read a bit about leadership and even though this isn’t exhaustive, I thought he did a great job of summarizing 12 core characteristics of leadership. In the next two posts I’ll list them.

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Color Correction Examples

By , On December 2, 2010, In Case Study, Video Editing, With 1 Comment

When making videos, it’s all about the story/content. There are many supporting factors that go into creating a good story, and color is among the most important. This year I’ve been learning much about the color correction/grading process, and I recently did a project that really pushed my personal coloring skills, especially as it was.

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