Being Slowly Electrocuted by my Macbook

So it turns out that Macbooks can slowly electrocute you. Those pretty Aluminium unibody machines have a pretty serious fault in certain cases. This can also cause problems with peripherals, since the various plugs come into contact with the body of the machine. So to make this quick, the problem is that if you don’t use the …

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Wedding Requestimator for 2015

Some people don’t like to put their prices out there for everyone to see, but at Moosefuel Media our goal is to provide a great service at a reasonable cost. So here it is, our 2015 pricing calculator: http://moosefuel.org/requestimate/ It makes it easy to see about what your service will cost. Of course, any special …

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A Philosophy of Event Videography

Two mental tools really motivate me in my work. The first is a strong philosophy of wedding videography (see the last point) and a good system that I believe in. I find that I have to believe strongly in these things to do a good job. It’s not a religion, but if it were, some of my points …

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Edit the Sony A7s XAVC-S on your iPad

Importing and Editing XAVC-S from the Sony A7s on the iPad from Noah Leon on Vimeo. I was amazed to find that with the right settings, my iPad air can easily import and cut the Sony XAVC-S footage from my Sony A7s. It’s easy to set up, too. I can see this being really useful …

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The Legacy of the Four Chaplains

I sat down with the girls from the Four Chaplains Chapel and Memorial Foundation in Philadelphia at a conference this spring for the North America Maritime Ministry Association. The interview led to this short video on the foundation and the chapel.

A Vernissage

Shanne Vernissage from Noah Leon on Vimeo. A vernissage shot by Moosefuel Media (moosefuel.org) this spring at Galerie 203 in Montreal. Vernissage à la Galerie 203 Shanne Stevens www.inksidegallery.com It was a pleasure to work for Shanne at Galerie 203 in Montreal to create this promo-video of her vernissage. Shanne is a local artist and …

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National Maritime Day

It was a privilege to travel to the United States with the North American Maritime Ministry Association to put together this video for National Maritime Day. The video had to be edited the same day, which was a challenge as I had to change locations three times while editing. However, despite all odds, it came …

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Fiats, Ferraris and the Blackmagic Cinema Camera

I had the great pleasure last autumn of creating a video showcasing several Italian car clubs here in Montreal and also in Ontario and the United States. The event took place at the Raduno Montebello hotel, and it was a great opportunity for me to try out the Blackmagic Cinema camera, with my beloved Canon …

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Making Videos about Seafarers Welfare

The shipping industry is amazing–bigger than Microsoft, more invisible than the CIA. In April I had the chance to travel to Stamford, Connecticut for the North American Maritime Ministry Association to do a series of interview videos and conference recordings. It was a challenging schedule, and each night I would take the footage I had recorded …

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iPhone as a Lav Mic

I was first introduced to using iOS devices as microphones with Blue Microphones’ Mikey. It was a great device, till Apple dropped support for it with the iPhone 4. I used it on a stand as a second audio recorder on a corporate shoot, and the sound quality was amazing. Nowdays, I’m primarily a wedding …

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