September 8th, 2008

I created this website last night for finding good quality creative commons and free license photos: I thought I’d give it a try with ScribeFire, my favorite Firefox browser based blogging tool. promises to make it easier to run online contests by handling all the small details. I haven’t tried them yet, but this looks like it might make a useful service for

This is a cool site that’s time has come. They provide you with free images (not public domain) to use as embeds in your blog site:

The Dark Knight European Premiere

The technology has progressed a lot since the days of plain old DV. Here’s a cool clip made with an $800 Canon HV20

Escape from Kyle Shields on Vimeo.

Red Scarlet

July 10th, 2008

A 3k 120 FPS camera for under $3,000 is kind of a big deal for multimedia producers…

PicLens: Seeing the geist

July 6th, 2008

My friend Trey Ratcliff showed me this very cool tool for scanning gazillions of images all at once. It’s a very useful way for a media producer to find photos and videos. It works in Safari and FireFox. It’s really worth just checking out. PicLens