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Full Frame Boogie – CONCERT VIDEO

April 25, 2010 2 comments

We here at F-Stop Beyond Studios were able to gather never-before-seen concert footage of photographic rock sensation FULL FRAME BOOGIE. Meticulously pieced together from old film footage, this entertaining video brings these long forgotten rock legends back to life.

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Behind the Scenes

Life on the road is hard. And it’s made particularly harder when you have to deal with prima donna lead singers who fancy crocodile skin apparel and wipe their brow with Evian-dipped kerchiefs. Here we have rare, never-before-scene footage of the band getting ready for their last recorded concert. Even here we can see the start of drama between some of the band mates and lead singer Jerry “Wunda from Down Unda” Ghionis and his prima donna ways. Who knows if the band will ever play again…

http://blip.tv/play/gZ1bgdjaCwA

Production of these shorts were made possible by Nik Software.

FSBTV027: Mike Colon Live at Brooks Part 12

January 22, 2010 2 comments

This is the 12th and final part of our “Live at Brooks” series with celebrity wedding photographer Mike Colon. Mike finishes up his talk about his favorite photos, sharing with us tips and tricks. He then offers some very inspiring final words for all you out there who are looking to make this your business.

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FSBTV026: Mike Colon Live at Brooks – Part 11

January 15, 2010 Comments off

In this episode Mike continues his discussion on some of his favorite pics, how he took them and the stories behind them.

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Speaking of Triple Scoop Music, as a sponsor and long-time supporter, they are offering a great gift. As a listener supported show, your donations will help keep our great programming going. You can donate whatever amount you feel comfortable. But, for those of you who donate $20 or more, Triple Scoop Music will give you a song of your choice from their collection of over 5,000 amazing tunes you can use legally in your slideshow, film, or video productions. That’s a $60 value for only a $20 donation. Not bad. Just click the “Donate Now” button below and the rest is self-explanatory. Only while supplies last, so act now.

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FSBTV025: Mike Colon Live at Brooks – Part 10

January 8, 2010 1 comment

This is the second of four remaining “forgotten episodes” of our live interview with Mike from Brooks Institute Fall 2008. In this episode Mike starts to talk about his images and the one in particular that helped his career break out. He mentions the importance of capturing images that connect with and relate to your target audience. Mike also gives us insight into shooting and dealing with celebrity weddings.

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Support FSB and get a great thank-you gift

Speaking of Triple Scoop Music, as a sponsor and long-time supporter, they are offering a great gift. As a listener supported show, your donations will help keep our great programming going. You can donate whatever amount you feel comfortable. But, for those of you who donate $20 or more, Triple Scoop Music will give you a song of your choice from their collection of over 5,000 amazing tunes you can use legally in your slideshow, film, or video productions. That’s a $60 value for only a $20 donation. Not bad. Just click the “Donate Now” button below and the rest is self-explanatory. Only while supplies last, so act now.

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FSBTV024: Mike Colon Part 9 (The Forgotten Episodes)

January 1, 2010 3 comments
This is the first of four remaining Mike Colon Live at Brooks – The Forgotten Episodes. Originally filmed at the famed Brooks Institute October 2008, in this episode Mike talks about what it’s like being considered a sex symbol. the importance of image, and how long it was before he was able to afford to put an ad in a magazine. This is a fun and informative episode you won’t want to miss.

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Speaking of Triple Scoop Music, as a sponsor and long-time supporter, they are offering a great gift. As a listener supported show, your donations will help keep our great programming going. You can donate whatever amount you feel comfortable. But, for those of you who donate $20 or more, Triple Scoop Music will give you a song of your choice from their collection of over 5,000 amazing tunes you can use legally in your slideshow, film, or video productions. That’s a $60 value for only a $20 donation. Not bad. Just click the “Donate Now” button below and the rest is self-explanatory. Only while supplies last, so act now.

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FSBTV023: Mike Colon Part 8

April 29, 2009 1 comment

In early October 2008, Brooks Institute hosted a very special F-Stop Beyond: In Living Color, which we produced in partnership with PhotographyMentor.com. A live webcast was held. Renown celebrity wedding and lifestyle photographer Mike Colon took almost three hours of his busy schedule to share his personal and professional take on life and the industry.

In this episode, Mike talks about what new photographers getting into the business should do, his take on advertising, and work/life balance.

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FSBTV022: Mike Colon – Part 7

April 9, 2009 5 comments

In early October 2008, Brooks Institute hosted a very special F-Stop Beyond: In Living Color, which we produced in partnership with PhotographyMentor.com. A live webcast was held. Renown celebrity wedding and lifestyle photographer Mike Colon took almost three hours of his busy schedule to share his personal and professional take on life and the industry.

Mike has been very public and vocal about his faith. It therefore seems apropos that in this seventh installment of our series with Mike, this is the episode where Mike talks about how and why he mixes his faith with his business. I also challenge him to reconcile his educational message of “image is everything” with the teachings of his faith.

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