Web Design, Video and Photography

The White Dress

While shooting for our zed card, we found an amazing location that went perfectly with the beautiful white dress worn by Stephanie. Between the colors of the surroundings, the architecture of the location, and the design of the white dress, it gave the pictures a feeling that was sexy with a hint of elegance to it…. Continue Reading

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Desert Breeze Park Shoot

For our final shots of the day we decided to change pace from the beautiful architecture of Tivoli Village to Desert Breeze Park. The outfit we shot with was a bit more laid back and comfortable yet still attractive which fit nicely into the setting of the greenery of the surroundings. With the combination of colors, the setting of the park, and Stephanie’s look, there was a slight hint of a Snow White reminder going on…. Continue Reading

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Flapper Girl – Set Three

Our third and final set of photos from our fun 1920’s photo shoot with Jenny. We had some fun and did a bit less color balancing with these photos, and instead kept a bit more of the color reflections from the surroundings under the multicolored lights. We also grabbed the boa feathers again for a few of the shots…. Continue Reading

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Artsy Photoshoot

While shooting some photos for a zed card over at a local community spot, we caught the sun a bit too strongly in a couple of them. Although, upon reviewing the photos in camera we really liked what we captured. They were kind of artsy looking, with a bit of a dreamy look to them. We ended up taking several more trying to capture the same look and we were quite happy with how they turned out…. Continue Reading

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Flapper Girl – Set Two

Our second set of photos during our flapper girl photo shoot with Jenny. Same location, same day, but shot without the boa this time around. Jenny tried some 1920’s dancing on the floor and then played a bit with the beads as we tried to have some fun with some different types of posing. She even took a moment to smell the roses…. Continue Reading

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Why Everyone Should Learn Basic HTML and CSS

HTML and CSS basically run the web. If you have a website you are certainly using HTML and CSS. You also don’t have to be a web design guru to understand either language. In fact, HTML and CSS encompasses a lot of the tiny or small changes people may want to do to a website. Things like bolding text, or making an aspect of the website font italic, changing the font colors, etc. can all be done in just a few minutes with basic CSS and HTML knowledge…. Continue Reading

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Pay Per Click vs Organic Search Engine Marketing

Choosing between pay per click advertising and organic marketing on the web can be an easy choice for most businesses. Of course we all like the organic way. Who wants to pay for web traffic? The choice though isn’t that easy, and sometime depends on where your business is in the market. For most of us, going the organic route starting out isn’t going to be the way to go, especially if we want a quick start out of the gates with instant income…. Continue Reading

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Why “I’ll Fix it in Post” is a Terrible Idea

“I’ll fix it in post!” If you’ve been around a movie set, particularly an indie film set, you’ve likely heard this phrase used. When you’re dealing with time limitations, missing props, or haven’t had the time to set the scene properly, the easy answer is to use those 5 simple words. We’d be lying if we said we’ve never used that phrase ourselves. Even after learning the hard way that those 5 words are evil, we’ve still found ourselves using them from time to time…. Continue Reading

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Free Video Editing Software that Works Great

Anyone doing video production knows it can get really expensive. Not only does the equipment cost a good amount, along with the expenses of traveling, permits, paying for actors, and everything else that goes along with shooting, there’s also the expenses and time involved in post production. This can include video editing programs, compositing programs, 3d modeling programs, and several others depending on what you’re hoping to achieve as an end product…. Continue Reading

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On Guard Fire Protection

On Guard Fire Protection was a client we picked up to modify the website from a previous Web Designer who had not finished. While the previous web designer did a great job, there were several things the clients wanted changed from the design. We added several pages of content and changed a bit of the code to improve how well it ran. We also set the website up in such a way that it will be easy for the clients to add their own content in the future and have it flow with the rest of the website…. Continue Reading

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