Category Archives: Mulitmedia

Baylor Line Camp

LineCamp2013 from Baylor University on Vimeo.

Baylor’s Matthew Minnard and Robbie Rogers are at it again with a video highlighting the Baylor Line Camp, which is easily one of the most involved freshman orientation programs in the country. I checked in with Matthew to get some more information on the creation of the video:

“We primarily used 5DMKIIIs…mostly hand-held. This actually was the first time we used a Glide-Cam for many of the shots. This was the first time we’ve done a video or any multimedia on Line Camp, so we wanted to produce an overall piece to show the excitement and energy that happens during this event which is always held in the middle of the summer. The intro to the video was created through using a template in Motion and dropped into the overall FCP project.”

You can see more of Robbie and Matthew’s work on the Baylor Facebook Page, The Baylor Proud BlogCurrent Students SiteBaylor Photo on Tumblr and of course at Baylor Photography.

Donald Page on Scott Kelby’s Blog

Photo by Donald Page/University of Tennessee

Our own Donald Page, staff shooter for the University of Tennessee Athletic Department, wrote a guest post on Scott Kelby’s Blog. He shared his insight on how to overcome the fear of failure in our photography. He also shared this video created by his university to showcase his work:

Donald Page – University of Tennessee Sports Photographer from Donald Page on Vimeo.

Dancing in the Rain – BYU Photo

By Mark A. Philbrick and Jaren Wilkey/BYU Photo

A few months back we were approached by our dance department to create a poster for their upcoming concert. One of the featured numbers involved students dancing in the rain so we thought that would make the perfect poster, as long as we provided the rain. In case you were wondering, we kind of have an affinity for water shoots as of late (Softball - Gymnastics). Continue reading

Spartans Will. 360

Our own Kurt Stepnitz just started a 7 week marathon trip around the world working on a multimedia project for Michigan State University. This is the first in a series of posts chronicling his journey:

Michigan State University producer Kevin Epling is thinking if there’s any way this is all going to fit. We still photographers have it easy I must admit. Photo by Kurt Stepnitz/ Michigan State University

To my colleagues and friends of the UPAA,

After months of planning and about a 30-person support crew behind us, there are 7 weeks of travel and story gathering ahead. Tonight begins a journey for a crew of 10, certainly like nothing I’ve ever experienced. Continue reading

A Spin on Christmas – BYU Photo

By Jaren Wilkey/BYU Photo

This year we tried to create a really unique image for the annual “Christmas Around the World” Concert with the BYU Folk Dancers Company. We wanted to shoot directly down on a group of dancers with some fog and lots of different colored lights. The best way to do this was to attach our camera to a lighting bar directly above the stage and take it up 20 feet above the dancers. Continue reading

Doorknob to the Universe - Photo by Robert Jordan/Ole Miss Communications

Robert Jordan’s “Doorknob to the Universe”

Doorknob to the Universe – Photo by Robert Jordan/Ole Miss Communications

This year’s Monthly Image Competition has been full of amazing images from the members of the UPAA. If you haven’t seen them yet, check out the winners from November. The Best of Show prize went to Robert Jordan for his images called “Doorknob to the Universe” I asked Robert to share how he created the image: Continue reading