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Dillon Coleman – Shot on Sony F3 with Zeiss CP.2 Lenses and Kessler Stealth

I have been extremely busy and have not had time to post much to this blog, hope to get back at it soon. For now, take a look at this short video. I shot this profile piece a few weeks ago for the NCAA. It is a great story about a young baseball player, named […]

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Sox For Life – NESN Ad Campagn & more from Fenway Park

This blog has a bunch of random stuff in it. But the common thread is the Boston Red Sox. I am sitting in the press room at Fenway Park on my lunch break and decided to write a quick blog. I have been working this summer on an ad campaign with the Red Sox. It […]

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Clone Wars: Tommy Two

Last month I did not attend NAB in Las Vegas. But I was there. How is that possible you ask? I have been working feverishly over the last year to do something that no one else has managed to do. To create an exact replica of myself for the sole purpose of passing off unwanted […]

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2011 World Championship Ping Pong Trailer – Phantom Flex, Sony F800 and GoPro Cameras

You may have seen “Locked in a Vegas Hotel Room with a Phantom Flex“, but this is what I was hired to shoot while in Las Vegas. Here is the official trailer shot for FOX Sports that will (hopefully) start a Ping Pong revolution! I will post air times for the global release on this […]

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University of Rhode Island “Senior Year” High Speed Spots

A few months ago, I shot with Fastec Imaging HiSPEC2 high speed cameras at the University of Rhode Island. I worked with the URI Mens Basketball team and Cox Sports to shoot a series of spots for the upcoming season. The spots featured the Seniors on the URI Rams basketball team and the short videos […]

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An Airplane and the Moon

I captured this moon shot this past summer with a Sony HDC-910 broadcast television camera and a Canon 75x (700mm) lens. This is one of my all time favorite shots that aired on national television during a Red Sox game.

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Fun during batting practice at Fenway Park

Back by popular demand… I talk to a camera, introduce a cool TV subject, shrink myself down into a little box in the lower right corner of the screen and explain what is going on. I work in sports television using sick equipment. Using the insane television gear is often the best part of my […]

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Shooting Bruins Hockey with High Speed NAC Memrecam at 300 Frames Per Second

First of all, sorry for the quality of the blog pictures! I had to use my Blackberry. I was not ready to take photos for my website at the Bruins a few days ago. I was also not ready for the news that I would be experimenting with a $400,000.00 camera system! I thought I […]

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Dropkick Murphys Live on Lansdowne DVD and CD World Wide Release

Last year, I directed the photography on a DVD concert project with the Dropkick Murphys – Live on Lansdowne. We shot the seven shows in six days around St. Patrick’s Day at the House of Blues, in Boston Massachusetts. We used Boston area freelance camera operators and rented six Sony PDW-355 XDCAM cameras from Rule […]

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800 Red Sox Games Later – How I Remain Creative as a Sports Cameraman

I am a professional broadcast sports television camera operator. That is what pays the bills and I enjoy it. Most of the time. I am about 80 percent television technology guru and 20 percent sports fan at the moment. I love using the top of the line high definition camera equipment that costs more than […]

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Skate Newport Cox Communications TV Spot – Letus Ultimate and Sony EX1

I was hired by a good client of mine out of Rhode Island, Cox Communications, to DP a short spot for the Newport Skating Center. I had a few rough storyboard emailed to me and I was asked to shoot the project using my EX1, Letus Ultimate and my PVC skateboard dolly system. We shot […]

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Boston Bruins Puck Follow and Winter Classic at Fenway Park

There is a huge difference shooting sports at a high frame rate and playing back the action in super slow motion. We are all use to seeing sports covered at 30 frame per second. The jagged frames look like a strobe effect when played back instant replay. Take a look at some footage I shot […]

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