Lovingly crafting videos in Southeast Portland

... a Portland videographer exploring new and noteworthy ideas in the world of video production in the Pacific Northwest and around the world.

My name is Abigail Spyker and I have worked with video for ten years, producing a variety of videos ranging from lifestyle documentaries to corporate promotional videos. I love working as a Portland videographer and photographer.

Topics include: filming techniques, video and motion graphics examples, design inspiration, opportunities for videographers, broadcast journalism, visual storytelling, data visualization, education, emerging technologies, and other compelling stories

 

Filmmakers of Tumblr: Call for Submissions
via thirteenny:

Tumblr and New York’s PBS station THIRTEEN have partnered to showcase on TV the work of Tumblr’s filmmakers, both aspiring and established.
THIRTEEN’s ‘Reel 13’ movie night airs a short film, voted online favorite of the week and broadcast to public TV’s largest market. For the month of May, ‘Reel 13’ will source the works of Tumblr’s creative community: All you have to do is enter your short film via the ‘Reel 13’ contest website between now and March 31. Be sure to include your Tumblr URL for consideration for the 12 May finalists for ‘Reel 13 Tumblr Month.’ 
Three Tumblr user films will be selected each week and put to an online vote, with four winners to air on THIRTEEN.
You can submit a film for consideration any time and still win down the line (‘Reel 13’ is an ongoing initiative of local public TV), but prizes during ‘Reel 13 Tumblr Month’ include $600.00 and a feature on Tumblr Storyboard.
Follow along with ThirteenNY on Tumblr and tag #reel13 to watch and vote on Tumblr Month short film finalists.

Filmmakers of Tumblr: Call for Submissions

via thirteenny:

Tumblr and New York’s PBS station THIRTEEN have partnered to showcase on TV the work of Tumblr’s filmmakers, both aspiring and established.

THIRTEEN’s ‘Reel 13’ movie night airs a short film, voted online favorite of the week and broadcast to public TV’s largest market. For the month of May, ‘Reel 13’ will source the works of Tumblr’s creative community: All you have to do is enter your short film via the ‘Reel 13’ contest website between now and March 31. Be sure to include your Tumblr URL for consideration for the 12 May finalists for ‘Reel 13 Tumblr Month.’ 

Three Tumblr user films will be selected each week and put to an online vote, with four winners to air on THIRTEEN.

You can submit a film for consideration any time and still win down the line (‘Reel 13’ is an ongoing initiative of local public TV), but prizes during ‘Reel 13 Tumblr Month’ include $600.00 and a feature on Tumblr Storyboard.

Follow along with ThirteenNY on Tumblr and tag #reel13 to watch and vote on Tumblr Month short film finalists.

I know this is a Tumblr blog about videography, but more people googling I mean searching for Tumblr than blog by the end of 2012?  It’s about time!
via: mashable

Is Tumblr the new Kleenex? 
Just like “Kleenex” has become a culturural synonym for “tissue,” will “Tumblr” become an interchangeable term for “blog?”
According to Google, there will be more people searching “tumblr” than “blog” by the end of 2012. 

I know this is a Tumblr blog about videography, but more people googling I mean searching for Tumblr than blog by the end of 2012?  It’s about time!

via: mashable

Is Tumblr the new Kleenex? 

Just like “Kleenex” has become a culturural synonym for “tissue,” will “Tumblr” become an interchangeable term for “blog?”

According to Google, there will be more people searching “tumblr” than “blog” by the end of 2012.