This is a quick form I threw together for Screenwriters to keep a better track of who has laid eyes on their work, in whole or in part. If you want to alter the form to suit other creative media, go right ahead! Click here to view, download, use, and share in accordance with the [...]
A quick trailer I cut together for my short film, using Final Cut Express 4.
The Official Poster for my short film Benjamin & Daniel, rendered with stills from the film, and Adobe Photoshop.
Some select photos from a farm in Ayr, Ontario. Taken with a Canon Rebel T2i.
The photo was cropped, then edited to get the feel I wanted: gritty and sweaty, as well as to make the tattoo work pop more so as to work better with the Copy. The Copy is mine, and a play on the tattoo work, as well as the fact that working out is another form [...]
I took the photo, and later had to remove a boat from the Ocean, and touch up the colour only a little. I came up with the copy too. I had written a longer more detailed option to fill a white space at the bottom of the image, but the photo is so simple and [...]
A sample from an upcoming series of retouched and manipulated photos. The series, tentatively titled “Twisted Oakville”, is both a tongue-in-cheek study in how seriously by-law, and the suburbs, are taken. Original on the right.
Another sample from an upcoming series of retouched and manipulated photos. The series, tentatively titled “Twisted Oakville”, is both a tongue-in-cheek study in how seriously by-law, and the suburbs, are taken. Original on the right.
Using Photoshop, I manipulated these two images from my wedding to create Thank You cards for guests. This is the rough, made with low-res images at 72 dpi. Once the hi-res images arrive, I’ll have to recreate the card. Still, it’s a good example of photo editing and manipulation, if basic. Photography by Dave Z. [...]