I hope you enjoy my most recent music video, this one for Texas band RJV & Hell County Revival…
I’m not sure how obvious some of the filming and editing techniques are, but you’ll notice the scenes of the random people hugging are all shot with a very low-fi look to them, like friends were filming them with an iphone or something. Contrast that to the smoother, higher quality look of the band playing, and it helps tell the story better, in my opinion. What are your thoughts? By the way, the song is pretty great, isn’t it?
So, I’ve been pretty busy with clients, and I’ve neglected my blog for the last month. I know that’s terrible for my website’s SEO, but what could I do?!? I was slammed with shoots for clients, scheduling tax return stuff with my accountant, planning and shooting another music video for a Houston band, and regular life stuff with my three boys. I’ll try to play catch-up and share some of my recent work, so here’s one of the fun shoots I did in March.
Here’s a sample of images I shot of the 15th annual Empty Bowls fundraiser at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas, TX, for the Dallas Morning News. It’s a wonderful fundraiser that draws hundreds of people and some of the area’s best restaurants and caterers… not to mention, it ultimately helps feed North Texas residents in need. I love working on projects like this!
Don’t forget to check out my website for other great images at www.janikphoto.com