Recently, I watched a few courses on the Masterclass Series; Filmmaking by Martin Scorsese and Photography by Annie Leibovitz, one thing they both mentioned is learning how to see. This actually curios as to how I see. What do I like visually? What is my visual taste? I decided to go London South Bank, take a tonne of photos and work out what I like visually. I had a rough sense of it but I wanted to articulate it.
Short face to camera videos (usually referred to as 'talking head'), effective for sharing passion about an issue or item. Good for startup founders and charities as means to share one's vision or drive.
Employing the tools of documentary filmmaking to showcase an event or an issue. Good for charities, companies to express complex situations or issues.
Narrative shorts to dramatise issues that are difficult to express in words alone. Good for charities, startups and small as well as large business.
"The work they made impressed me on multiple levels. I have been very happy about the whole process and they have done a great job. They was fast to deliver new ideas and always helpful with our questions!”
Richard Brennan, Linda Marketing Team
"We have been very much impressed by Patti Studio. They grasped our needs and produced a stunning design. Needless to say we are extremely satisfied with the results. Thank you!”
Elena Gonzales, Envato Team
“I had the best collaboration ever. I`m very excited about the way that my new website looks. And all because of the awesome guys from Patti Studio.”
John Doe, Company CEO
From the Blog
Had a great time collaborating with some really talented folks on Saturday, working on a micro short – Katia’s Story. The lead image is a Canon Log file (ungraded) from the shoot, editing will be done this week with final output expected over the next weekend.
ACTOR // Ayvianna Snow
MAKEUP // Rachel Shepherd
CINEMATOGRAPHY // Ariel Artur
WRITER / DIRECTOR // Kayode Olorunfemi
We are currently updating our website (which has not had a face lift in 2 years). The structure is mostly in place but a lot work is still being done with regard to copy and images. Full release should be end of October 2017.
Cleaning and getting gear ready for a shoot tomorrow for Pimco Investment Summit holding at The Landmark Hotel, London.
Played around with some speedlights and an LED testing different set-ups as prep for a few portrait shoots I have over the weekend. Would be interesting to see what shooters vs none shooters prefer, will keep my favourite under wraps.
Peter Hurley shows how to get that pose that nails the shot… its all about the jaw!