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With years of broadcast advertising experience we bring a higher level of polish to corporate communication media and image making.
WEB EDITORIAL PHOTOGRAPHY/COLLATERAL
We specialize in producing collateral materials like editorial or display photography in parallel with more traditional video during the course of an advertising or product launch.
This iPhone App calculator computes the equivalent lens focal length to produce the same field of view between two cameras with different aperture/sensor sizes. It will do a “Match Lens” calculation, and produce the closest equivalent angle of view lens, in millimeters, for both vertical and horizontal frames, between the original camera’s focal length and the current camera’s focal length.
Experimental Stop Motion Animation
WHO ARE WE
WHO ARE WE
D. MATTHEW SMITH
By the age of twelve Mr. Smith’s was working as a freelance photographer for local newspapers, shooting social events and conflagrations. He received his undergraduate education at the Art Institute of Chicago. While at the Institute he developed an interest in film and the archaic photographic techniques of the 19th century (some of which still haunt him today). Mr. Smith pursued these and other interests to the University of Arizona at Tucson. There he studied master prints and negatives in the collection of the Center for Creative Photography. Working with the celebrated Colossal Pictures in San Francisco as camera operator and creative on staff for the next several years, Don Matthew’s interests varied and led him to work with Directors like Francis Ford Coppola, had his photographic art books collected by the Museum of Modern Art in New York and Los Angeles as well as published two iPhone Applications that are photographic in nature. Don Matthew has been shooting and creating national spots for clients like Bud Light, Lexus, Nike, MTV, Disney and Honda to name but a few.
Stephanie has an extensive history in film, television, animation and visual effects production in the Bay Area and Los Angeles. She began her career at the storied (Colossal) Pictures as an Art Dept. assistant, wrapping giant chicken wire clouds in cotton batting, and found that inspiring enough to stay put. Her years there schooled her in live action production, and traditional, stop motion, and CG animation. In 1999 Stephanie moved to Lucasfilm’s Industrial Light & Magic, where for the next 12 years she produced the visual effects for many notable movies, including Harry Potter, the Chronicles of Narnia, and Indiana Jones. After a brief detour to learn country fiddling, Stephanie is now back in the production world, bringing her experience and skills to bear on the broader media landscape, producing projects for all screens.