"When I met you I admit my first thoughts was to trick. You look so good huh, I suck on your daddy's dick. I never felt that way in my life. It didn't take long before I made you my wife. Got no rings and shit, just my main squeeze. Come into the crib, even had a set a keys. During the days you helped me bag up my nickels. In the process, I admit, I tricked a little. But you was my bitch, the one who'd never snitch. Love me when I'm broke or when I'm filthy fuckin' rich. And I admit, when the time is right, the wine is right. I treat you right, you talk slick, I beat you right. Just me and my bitch..."
Dopest part of the new 2.0 iPhone software is definitely the addition of the App Store. I just downloaded Remote, which gives you control of your Apple TV with your iPhone. Once again Apple completely destroys it...
I've always been an ambassador of technologies that "even the playing field" so to speak. Apple has done this once again with the creation of Final Cut Studio 2. For those that are not in the film industry it's hard to explain that a lot of times creativity is strangled by the budget of a music video, commercial, or film. With Final Cut Studio 2, the potential to create high-end looking content on a tight budget is amazing. The integration with RED Digital Cinema, which us digital film enthusiasts have been looking forward to, is seamless.
I had a chance to check out RED at NAB New York and speak with one of its creators, Ted Schilowitz, and it's really going to change production in ways I can't even imagine. Thank you to the people that are really revolutionizing the art and craft of filmmaking.
Check out the new Music Choice campaign directed and edited by Jake Davis. The three tv spots are part of the "It's Me." campaign. Director of photography Jim Larer shot in HD with the Sony Cinealta F900 with incredible results. The spots were colored at Postworks in NYC. Click Here to check them out.