Vintage Lens Test

October 17, 2016By Steven Poe

Producing videos today gives us a myriad of equipment choices. Experience with the output of different camera and lens combinations gives video producers and filmmakers an incredible amount of control over the look and feel. Contrast, color, focus, and highlight roll-off all play into producing video media that connects viewers with the brand narrative. Last … Read More

Montana Travel Video

October 1, 2016By Steven Poe

This summer I took a road trip to Montana. My passion for video production didn’t get a vacation. This vacation travel video is mostly done just for fun. Where is this travel video This video was produced on a road trip to East Rosebud Lake. The lake is located near Alpine, Montana in the Custer … Read More

Motion Control Video Revisited

September 17, 2016By Steven Poe

In this blog post I’m revisiting my motion control video production from 2012. There are not as many video production tips in this post compared to my regular articles. It’s mostly a blast from the past and me boasting about the success of one of my motion control videos. My first Redwood video was published … Read More

Producing a Web Series with Nikon DSLR’s

January 30, 2015By Steven Poe

Many of my clients and friends know that I have been producing a web series with Translumin Productions. For the readers here on Liquid Lumens, this is the first mention of the comedy web series – Fray for All. As of now, the web series production is operating as a lean bootstrapping start-up, and we … Read More

The Great Pacific Race Is On

June 27, 2014By Steven Poe

Over the past few weeks I’ve been a video producer and cinematographer on an amazing spectacle of human achievement. The official line from the organizers of the Great Pacific Race event is – The biggest, baddest human endurance challenge on the planet. Learn more about this incredible human endurance event and track the progress of … Read More