Lost in the Tardis
Jonahlee.com is Jonah Lee Walker’s personal web domain where you can view his short films. This is a companion site to his company site for Whale of a Tale Productions. Jonah Lee Walker is a Video Editor and Graphics artist living in North Hills, CA with his lovely wife Kelly Lynn Pancho Walker. He has worked on various projects from the Lord of the Rings extended DVD’s to commercials, reality shows and infomercials, and has extensive graphics experience especially with After Effects and it’s various plug ins. The newest set of short on the site is The Misadventures of Macy Bear. This is more of series to show off some special effects and have some fun. The first 2 episodes were tests, but a third is in the works and will be released shortly which has a story, and a whole lof of effects. It was also started in Final Cut Pro 7 and ended up being finished in Adobe Premier Pro CS5.5 after the whole Final Cut Pro X debacle. This is also where the Foam Hedz are based. The Foam Hedz are a series of episodes features Puppets created by Jonah and his college friend from the University of Southern California, School of Cinema and Television Production, Jared Baker. Jared currently works in Special Effects. The Foam Hedz have not been produced in a bit of time, but there are plans to do Band Interviews with the two puppets to bring the Foam Hedz in a new direction.
01/09/11 18:15 Filed in:
Article CanonRumors has a report that Canon may be releasing 2 exciting new cameras in October. Both with an APS-C Sensor, but one with an EF Mount and one with a PL mount. The EF is exciting for me as I could use my existing lenses and have a real video camera and not just a DSLR with video functionality. Hopefully this will compete with Sony’s F3 and the Panasonic AF100, though the PL Mount on the F3 makes it superior, the EF might be more exciting for me, just because I own so many lenses already.
07/08/11 16:44 Filed in:
DSLR Philip Bloom has an excellent article on which lenses to buy for DSLR photography and videography. I wish I could afford all Canon Lenses, but this article is really worth checking out. Created by Jonah Lee Walker 2011