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I want everything we do—that I do personally, that our office does—to be beautiful. I don't give a damn whether the client understands that that's worth anything or that a client thinks it's worth anything or whether it is worth anything. It's worth it to me. – Saul …
January 25, 2010
With so many newspapers seeing decline in their physical circulation, it's nice to see a paper like the New York Times embracing the flexibility of content that the Internet can offer. Recently, their After Effects workflow was posted on It's a little rough and they fully admit …
October 28, 2009
A Behind-the-scenes about the "HBO Starship" intro from the 1980s. It's good to remind ourselves how far effects, graphics, & animation have come in only 30 years. I'm also tempted to use some of these techniques digitally. [via Motionographer]
October 15, 2009
I'm really growing tired of this typography treatment, but this video is done very well and I love the message. [via swissmiss]
October 1, 2009
Yesterday, Apple quietly announced the new Final Cut Studio. The "what's new" page actually has some nice features, though many I've talked to are surprised this is a full point upgrade to Final Cut Pro (myself included). There's already comprehensive posts covering the new features and what they …
July 24, 2009
"Show us how to do it so that we can do it in house." This is too perfect. (via Final Cut User & @Filmbot)
May 27, 2009
My feelings about the Philips Cinema 21:9 display aside, Carousel, the current promotional video they are showing, is an amazing piece of Steadicam & VFX work. There was a lot of 3D match-move tracking, rotoscope work, and especially planning involved in this piece! [via Mark Christiansen at ProVideo …
April 16, 2009
Nike’s recent site update is amazing. I believe all the video was show on a Canon 5D MkII, as well. This is definitely the way video should be handled for branding. This is one of the first times I’ve seen a site use video as a design element …
April 13, 2009
Red just posted a quick preview of what the 2/3" Scarlet sensor can do. Shot with a Red Pro 100mm prime. The footage is heavily compressed, but looks remarkably good for a 2/3" sensor. [via @b_thomas]
March 13, 2009
A simple, but beautifully done motion graphics piece by Jonathan Jarvis illustrating the credit crisis. I highly recommend viewing it over on Vimeo in HD.
February 20, 2009

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