Archive for October, 2010
We’ve known how great Dick Bright is for a very long time. We have some great images of him and his band performing at various corporate events for us over the years. Since he lives nearby and has been a part of The Big Picture for so long, we’d like to claim dibs on him, but since he does events like the Black & White ball in San Francisco, we are occasionally reminded of his huge success and that we do in fact share him with the world.
And that’s really no joke. Dick Bright performed “God Bless America” to a singing crowd on his sexy white violin at AT&T park last Wednesday for the Giant’s game 4 of the NLCS for the thousands of fans that were there and for the world to see on broadcast. And now the web. Click below to see his performance.
Chris Roy, Senior Editor here at The Big Picture Film & Video Arts has put together an instructional video demonstrating how he used the SynthEyes software to create the SanDisk Sansa Fuze + Video, which you can see in the blog post below.
This is a classic one-two punch, teaming up ingenuity and the latest camera tracking and stabilization software technology . Nice work Chris!
The Big Picture recently created a lifestyle video for the Sandisk Sansa Fuze. Click the image below to view the final video on SanDisk’s website:
SynthEyes SFX motion tracking software was used to overlay the layers in several of the shots, such as the one below. We will have a video demo of the process for you in a few days, so check back with us!