reels & clips

Please take a look at a few of our recent video endeavors…

 

“Hike and Shoot with Frank Lee Ruggles” for Destination America

This is the introduction to a new network promo show called “Hike and Shoot” with Frank Lee Ruggles, professional photographer.

A seasoned Paratrooper from the 82nd Airborne Division Frank Lee Ruggles is now an Artist, Author, and former Eminent Photographer for the National Park Service, a job position once occupied by his photographic hero Ansel Adams. An exhibition of his private works of America’s National Parks is currently showing in several locations across the US, accompanied by lectures about his experiences traveling to all 50 US States and showing images from his books”Beautiful America” and “Workbook”. Each episode , Frank will take us to the places where the best shots are.

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Each episode will feature a different US National Park, where Frank will lead us on hikes to the very best spots to capture the ultimate photographs as well as showing us the techniques he uses to photograph his iconic images. The show will feature photography how-to’s for serious shooters, but instructions for beginner and casual photographers will also be included in each show. In each episode, Frank will show you how to “Get the Shot”, and then , using his experience as a paratrooper, He’ll show us just how far he’s willing to go to get the ULTIMATE shot, generally with a great degree of difficulty.

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(Created with After Effects CS5 and FCP7.  Shot with Scarlet RED camera)

Chantel’s Cakes & Pastries

This is the introduction to a new network promo show called “Chantel’s” with Dennis Stanley, professional baker.

Approximately 15 million Americans — including 3 million children — suffer from food allergies, and the prevalence is increasing. Because there is no cure, avoidance of the allergen is the only way to prevent reactions. Each year in the U.S., it is estimated that anaphylaxis caused by food results in 150 to 200 deaths. Death can be sudden, sometimes occurring within minutes.

Chantel’s Cakes & Pastries of Sterling, VA has been creating items for those affected (and not affected) by food allergies for over 20 years. Clients have included Oprah Winfrey, President George W. Bush, and President Barack Obama’s daughter, Sasha.

(Shot with Canon 5D Mark II and Mark III,  Edited in FCP7)

PSPN.tv Sports Teaser with Branding

A marketing teaser video created by GLJ Media Group for PSPN.tv Sports Network.

A series of boxing matches recorded on February 11, 2012 at the Patriot Center in Fairfax, VA including clips from two world title matches. Featuring Tori Nelson, WIBA and WBC title holder, and Jimmy Lange holder of the WBU and NABU titles.

 

Tori Nelson: Fighting For Her Future (HD, Documentary)

A documentary about Tori Nelson, a WBC World Middleweight boxing champion, who struggles with raising two teenage children on three minimum paying jobs while maintaining her boxing career. With only her trainer, she has fought to become the #1 USA Middleweight title holder and WBC champion. She hopes to gain sponsorship with this video so she can continue her career and help her children with a better life.  (2011-2013)

Tori Nelson: “The Full-Nelson” (HD)

This is an inspirational promotional piece about the current USA Women’s Middleweight Boxing Champion and multiple Golden Glove recipient, Tori Nelson, and her fight for sponsorship against the odds. She is a single mother of two children, holds four minimum paying jobs, and a devout inspirational Christian looking for sponsorship so she can continue to fight.

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She won the International WBC Middleweight title on July 29, 2011 and has hopes of winning the WIBA Middleweight belt in 2012.
(Cameraman Canon 5D Mark II and 1D Mark IV, GoPro, editor, and producer)
“Hero’s Theme” by Adam Saunders & Mark Cousins on Hollywood Trailers

Tori Nelson: Three Jobs, Two Kids, One Dream (HD)

A short video by Tori Nelson explaining her need — her desire — to receive a sponsor in this expensive sport of boxing. Alone, and with her trainer Craig Fladager, they have provided all of their own financial backing to achieve the WBC World Middleweight boxing title, three Golden Gloves, and the #1 USA Middleweight title status.

She won the International WBC Middleweight title on July 29, 2011 and has hopes of winning the WIBA Middleweight belt in 2012.

Cameraman Canon 5D Mark II and 1D Mark IV, FCP editor, and producer)

The Final Flight of NASA’s DISCOVERY…

April 17, 2012

Video by Jeff Riegel

To the thrill of large crowds below, Discovery made several passes over the Washington, DC area between 10:00 and 11:00 am on April 17 before landing safely at Washington-Dulles International Airport.

Photo by Jeff Riegel

Approximately 10:40am: This was the second (of three) fly-overs over Dulles Airport on April 17, 2012.  We listened to the Control Tower as they talked the 747 down.  Upon final approach, the follow-plane was said to be low on fuel and happy to be landing, since a second fly-over at approximately 2500-3000 feet was not previously planned.  The shuttle and 747 landed on it’s final third approach.  I could smell the rubber from the braking tires of the 747 within 90 seconds after landing from my vantage point across Rt 28 in Herndon, VA

Photo by Kevin Burtnett

by Guy Noffsinger April 18, 2012 at 5pm, Dulles Airport

NASA-Smithsonian Video Shoot (HD) by Jeff Riegel

James S. McDonnell Space Hangar at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum
March 22, 2011

This morning was a very interesting morning, indeed.
For the last 9 months I’ve lived within spitting distance of the James S. McDonnell Space Hangar at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly VA, a branch of the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum in downtown Washington DC.

Two hours before the museum was to open to the public, I met with Frank McNally, Public Affairs Specialist, museum photographer, Dane Penland, and Guy Noffsinger, a video producer for NASA. Guy is putting together a detailed documentary on The History of The Space Shuttle and was interested in getting a number of video clips of the spacecraft that lead up to the creation of the shuttle program, not to mention some (additional) video b-roll of the Enterprise which is currently on display at the museum. Guy is a huge Star Trek fan, so anything “Enterprise-related” gets his attention; he has even arranged for William (“Bill”) Shatner to narrate a short version of his documentary (See: youtube.com/watch?v=rlG7W0gkjjE )

I volunteered to assist Guy on his morning shoot, getting a few shots with his Canon 5D Mark II. Afterwards, the PAO give us a quick driving tour of the museum as well as a new (soon-to-be-dedicated) hanger in the rear of the building for rebuilding vintage aircraft.

(Title done in AE CS5)

Loudoun Hounds Baseball Fan Fest (HD)

We’re still all agog and atwitter about what took place on February 13, 2011. More than 9,500 fans packed the halls of Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn, VA for the inaugural FanFest hosted by the Loudoun Hounds professional baseball club, the team’s president said in a statement.

The event included a lineup of former Major League Baseball players, including 1960 World Series Most Valuable Player Bobby Richardson, former Washington Senator Frank “Hondo” Howard and four-time All-Star Boog Powell, as well as more than a dozen other players who shared stories and signed autographs for fans.

“We knew this event was going to be big, but this exceeded our expectations,” said Bob Farren, president and chief executive of the Hounds. “The response from the community was amazing.”

Farren said that fans from as far as Lancaster, Pa., and Virginia Beach attended.

They arrived at Hounds FanFest smiling and left it laughing, warmed against the afternoon’s chill by the hot-stove baseball talk and the knowledge that the Loudoun Hounds aren’t just coming, but are most decidedly already here.

Guy Noffsinger, cameraman (Canon 5D Mark II), editor & producer
Jeff Riegel, cameraman (Canon 1D Mark IV)

 

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