Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Defensive Line Desserts

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This video now up on YouTube and the Cello Cheese Facebook page once again shows Marie Haycox doing her part to create the beautiful recipes I shot for Arthur Schuman. We shot video with a Canon 60D and stills with a Fuji S3 during the downtime waiting for the food to arrive on the set. The actual recipe stills were captured with my beloved Nikon D700. 27.5 hours of Adobe Premier Pro and we have three adorable videos that combine video and stills and help pave the way for some great recipes. 

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Cello Cheese Field Goal Fondue Recipes

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Hello again,
        Here is a second video to announce this coming series of recipes using cello cheese. This one combines video and stills to keep things moving throughout. They were captured in 1080p with a Canon 60D on a Linhoff Tripod and edited in Adobe Premiere Pro. Welcome to commercial photography 2013!
    

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Cello Slow-Cooker Creations: Behind-the-Scenes


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This is a video that I shot and edited for my beloved cheese client Arthur Schuman. It just shows you that while a commercial photographer today has to be an expert at lighting and Photoshop, we now also have to know video shooting and editing. These all have to be an available part of a commercial photographer's tool box today. 
This video shows the "behind the scene" shoot of football/Superbowl recipes that will appear on the Cello Cheese Facebook page and web site this January. I shot the recipes over three days with my favorite food stylist Marie Haycox and in my free time I captured video and stills of the shoot in progress. Under my clients directions I cut the video and stills together into a cute video to herald the coming football season recipes. Enjoy! (thanks Melissa, Brenda, Deb and Marissa)

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

I couldn't resist

 
I know i'm not supposed to do it. 
I know i'm not supposed to eat the food I shoot.
Sure, I watched every move that my food stylist Marie Haycox made.
I knew that this sandwich was made with loving care but that was for photography.
Still, my friend Melissa (the client) tried it and and offered me some. I resisted as long as I could but to no avail.
Wow, it was soooo good! 
When this recipe comes to the CelloCheese Facebook page, make it. It really is that good. 
Just look for the Grilled Fontina with Fig Jam Panini.
Sweet, cheesy, crunchy, buttery and crispy. What could be better than that?