Basketball hall-of-famer Pat Williams is the founder and senior vice president of the NBA’s Orlando Magic. In addition to his roles with the Orlando Magic, he served as general manager of the 1983 world champion Philadelphia 76ers and managed both the Chicago Bulls and Atlanta Hawks. Pat is best known for acquiring top talents such as Julius “Dr. J” Erving, Charles Barkley, Shaquille O’Neal and Anfernee “Penny” Hardaway.
In this episode, we will provide a first review of the new Wiral LITE by Wiralcam. We were able to gain access to this new zipline gadget by backing their Kickstarter campaign. This ultraportable cable camera unit is super fun to use and small enough for a backpack. We hope you listen to the first review after we un-boxed this new content creation tool!
“Only passions, great passions, can elevate the soul to great things.” – Denis Diderot
Allison Andrews gave me a card with this quote one afternoon in 2005 while the Road Show crew from WCNC-TV in Charlotte, NC was preparing for a live television production. She always knew how to get the team excited about the live television event we were about to produce.
If you like gadgets, gear, and toys for your hobby or your job, LensRentals.com is the place for you. In this episode, we interview the founder of LensRentals.com Roger Cicala who started this business literally in his closet. Now he helps photography and video professionals, hobbyist, content creators, vacationers, NASA and so many others with the right camera for their needs.
I believe there are certain people in your life that provide you the mentoring and leadership necessary to succeed. We are all blessed with God given natural talents, but there are only certain people who fully maximize that talent and share it with the world.
If you remember, Episodes 17 and 18 compared the new DJI Ronin S to the DJI Ronin MX and Osmo. Now we have used the Ronin S on numerous productions, we are finding what truly separates this stabilizer from others we have used. Please listen as we talk about the Ronin S and the many production situations that show it is clearly a must have for professional videographer teams and content collectors.
From the moment I met him…I just started laughing. Not because he always wears a bowtie, I like bowties and I wear them constantly. Not because of his cool, unique, circular glasses; because I just recently started wearing glasses and I wanted something cool.
In this episode we address the question…. “When should you call a pro?”. If you are a marketing coordinator or a public relations professional, you have probably asked when to use your iPhone or when to get the professionals to help you with your video or content project. We help define the line between doing it yourself and bringing in a specialized pro.
It is one thing to say we have passion and the heart to love all of God’s people. It is another to actively live this out in our daily lives. But one woman not only believes this to her core, she lives it everyday of her life. Sister Norma Pimentel is probably one of the most inspiration women I have ever met.
Tripods, monopods, and stabilization…what do you do to make sure your shot is rock solid no matter the situation. In this episode, we discuss the differences between monopods and tripods and where we use this tools everyday in our world of production and content collection. Join us for a fun episode!