I have been meaning to post this for a while, but still don’t really know what to say or how to say it.
A friend of mine passed away and I was asked to put together a video of her celebration for her family to keep. This was something new for me, and was a difficult process, from filming to editing. Please take a look at the video below.
A couple of cuts I put together for Augies in Old Towne Alexandria. Check them out!
Here is a quick time-lapse of me cleaning up a photo using photoshop CC 2018. This photo is from Urbana in Alexandria, VA
Check out this quick video I made of the process I use to remove the background of a photo, for use mostly in online commerce. I can add voiceover of me explaining what I am doing, if that is of interest to anyone. Just let me know!
Last summer I did a few edit jobs for HiFly Photography, a Texas based company that provides drone footage for real estate companies. I was pleasantly surprised when I received footage from them of a building that is right near my home! Check it out and remember, ShootJoeC can provide a range of services from shoot planning to contract editing and beyond!
Well, the title says it all! Here is a time-lapse I made of me editing one of the headshots from yesterdays shoot. In this video I am using Lightroom briefly, followed by the remainder of the editing in Photoshop.
The total time on this edit was about one hour and fifteen minutes. This level of editing is included in all of my headshot sessions. Please someone let me know if you are interested in seeing more of this type of stuff, Ive been considering doing voiceover, explaining which tools I am using and how I get the best results.
I am putting together some training videos and working in Final Cut makes it easy to work with projects containing multiple camera angles. Thanks guys!
The other day while editing photos I shot for GTM Architects I decided to make a quick video of my edit process. Many times for architectural photographs the client requests that I remove certain items, such as signs, reflections, people wandering by etc. Here is the video, followed by the raw untouched photo, followed by the final edit. Thanks so much, and please comment with any questions!