Have you ever shot a make up tutorial? Ask me about it being the boyfriend of a make up artist is NO joke. Throughout @JLINHH 's make up career i've been filming/editing all of her videos on her youtube. We've come a long way. The sets have gotten bigger, the editing more intense, and the content less predictable. This video and photos are for the NYX Face Awards. JLINHH was chosen upon 1,000 contestants to compete in the second round of the competition. Through this she had to recreate a pop inspired make up look. JLINHH decided that she wanted to recreate Nicki Minaj's Romans Reloaded. If you don't know JLINHH, Nicki Minaj was a instant choice because about a year or two ago JLINHH was all about Nicki. This set probably had to be the craziest of all of the sets we've done so far because of the time it took to prepare the set. We spent a lot of hours looking for props to recreate this theme. The studio we shot in was at CSUEB happily provided by James Saxon (TY SO MUCH). We took a total of 8 hours to prep and shoot the make up look. The final results came back amazing! We haven't done anything like this before so it was definitely fun and inspiring. It goes to show that when you're in a relationship, anything is possible. Here's the inspired look and the look we recreated. I wanted to give a huge shoutout to David Quach, Jonard LaRosa, Christine Bui, and Victor Xie for coming out and helping on set. Without you guys my life would've been a lot more complicated. Oh one more thing. If you can please cast your votes (up to three times a day) for JLINHH. She's competing against 29 other girls with the chance to advance to the third round. The link is provided down below.
Hello everyone here's a update to my time lapsing senior project of CSUEB. As of right now i've compiled over thirty time lapses for my project. I want you guys to take into account that for every 5 seconds of footage it takes 1 hour of time lapse. If i'm going to create a 3-4 minute video that means 180-240 seconds of footage. If you divide 180/5 that'll give you 36 hours of footage alone. This isn't including the post processing and rendering that i've had to do as well. To make my video more dynamic I decided to add aerial footage to my time lapse. I feel like no one ever sees CSUEB from the skies so I thought it would be more appealing to the eye. Here's a snippet of my latest aerial shots on campus at CSUEB.
Woke up this morning around 8am to get ready and meet up with Junior. He's graduating with a 6.0 GPA with a emphasis on mathematics. A couple of highlights from our shoot was the fact that we got to expose his passion and love for math by going to a classroom and creating a equation that'll represent him as a individual and his mastery in mathematics. It was a fun shoot and he said this was his first photo shoot. Overall his newbie skills prevailed and these photos came out great. Although CSUEB will be losing a great student the workforce will benefit from Junior's personality and hard work ethics. Congratulations Junior and best wishes to you and your endeavors.