Week 6 of Cinematography class at the Art Institute of Houston. We had to shoot 5 shots. Jacob Hodgson was Lighting DP and James Seyer was Camera DP. Dallas Box was chosen as the director and everyone else who played a role are listed in the credits. The style for this weeks film was Film Noir. We have a total of about 12 projects to complete in about 3 months. Thanks to everyone who participated in our projects and we look forward to working you in the future.
We had to shoot 1 scene with 5 shots. Our project was Low-Key lighting with at least 3 camera movements. Jacob Hodgson was Camera DP, and James Seyer was Lighting DP. The credits at the end show Camera Operator, Gaffer, Grip and Actors. Michael Frankel was chosen as the director and also played the role of the doctor. Thanks to Kevin Bianchi and Tricia Garcia for the roles that they played as well.
We have to shoot 1 project each week and we work together in groups. We have one lighing DP and one camera DP. Our other class mates work as crew and help support the production of the shoot. Don’t forget to check out the credits at the end because it list everyones name who helped with the production of this one project. We have a Noir style film coming up this week that James Seyer and I will be working on as well. For the rest of this quarter we will be working as crew on everyone else’s projects. Hope you enjoy.
|I think I have finally found a way to use the domain Hodgson.tv that I purchased a few months ago. I’m going to use a technology from a company called Kyte to broadcast live and uploaded videos that keep you up-to-date as to what’s going on. The difference between Kyte, Youtube and other video sites is that you can go live and share the player. It’s somewhat like UStream and I’m quite fond of both of them. So, stop by and leave me a comment or if you have the knowledge, make me a video.|
Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. won his fourth professional victory January 29, 2004 with a unanimous decision over Jose Luis Burgos at the International Arena in Houston, Texas. His father is known around the world as the best boxer in the world and one of the greatest Mexican boxers in history. His two sons have chosen to follow in his footsteps.
I remember when my grandfather would watch boxing on television, his favorite boxer was Julio Cesar Chavez. If he was alive today, he would probably be watching him right now. When I was presented with the opportunity to work on the advertising and promotions for his sons boxing match when he came to Houston January 29th 2004, I jumped at the chance. I’ve only now, In late 2009 had the chance to upload the video that I shot . I’ve searched the web for this fight and can’t seem to find any footage of it. I hope people find it useful and appreciate the time and effort that I have put into trying to preserve this moment in history.
We set out to document the Health and Wellness event that is part of “Keeping The Music Alive” Free community concert. Our Crew: Jacob Hodgson, John Alcera, Israel Garcia, Bianca Isbell, Jesse Tatum, and Jeremy Dominguez. Thanks to Tricia Garcia for taking the time to act in our Documentary