This is much more than just a video project to me. Many of you have supported our previous trips in one form or another so thank you. I truly appreciate all of your support.
Learn more about our trip next January HERE.
I showed up about 30 minutes early for a shoot at the park when I met this rad group. I told them I had a few minutes to kill and they were pretty excited about shooting some slow mo tricks.
Some shots are out of focus or poorly framed but I threw them in anyway. Everything happened in about 15 minutes so there wasn’t any time for additional takes. This is just a slow mo test and something cool for a good group of kids to look at. I hope you enjoy it!
Shot at 96 fps and output to 24 fps. Slight grading in Premiere Pro but nothing major.
Rokinon 35mm f/1.4
Fotasy EF to M43 Adapter
"Waking Stars" by Kai Engel - http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Engel/
A few weeks ago we had the privilege of being part of Dustin and Meghan’s big day. They are a really special couple and I hope their highlight film shows just how special their day was.
Special thanks to Idaho Media Solutions for helping make this possible.
Throughout most of history, the life of a firefighter has been closely associated with the ringing of a bell. On November 21st, 2013, the bell rang three times to signal that Brandon Erickson had answered his last call to duty as a firefighter.
Rest in peace, brother. We have the watch.
Produced and Edited by Crash Eleven Productions
Co-Produced by Sidewayz Films - sidewayz.com
Cinematography by Ronn Seidenglanz and Jake Hixon
Music: “Chasing the Wind” by Dreamsfall
Jakob and Stacey’s Wedding Highlights
Injustice Exists. Sex Trafficking Is Real. Sex Trafficking Is Injustice.
In Manila, groups of young girls run to every car that stops to give them a second look. The men in these cars represent a way for them to get off the streets for a few minutes at a time, food for their families, and the guarantee of lasting pain we can’t begin to understand.
There is a strip in Angeles City where there are 15,000 girls trafficked in the sex trade. Currently there is only one organization there battling this injustice.
Oh God, where is Your church?
Wipe Every Tear is a team of disciples with a fearless love of Jesus committed to acting on His commission to the Church: to bring new life and hope to the hopeless, the oppressed, and the brokenhearted in Metro Manila, and Angeles City, Philippines.
Wipe Every Tear is about aggressively seeking out the hell-holes in most desperate need in the Philippines, and to break the chains of injustice.
We are devoted to ending this injustice and restoring hope and a future to beautiful girls trafficked in the sex trade.
Learn more at wipeeverytear.org