Upcycling Furniture Product Photography

October 29, 2013By Steven Poe

How does the pallet wood in the photo above get to be the beautiful designer furniture in the product photography below? Upcycling is the process of converting waste materials or useless products into new materials or products of better quality or for better environmental value. The basic premise is where old products are given more … Read More

Free Audio Library for Multimedia Production

October 2, 2013By Steven Poe

The ‘multi’ in multimedia production means, as a multimedia producer I do everything for clients. Starting with the script and visual brand connection. Then all the way through production, final edits, delivery, and archiving. Finding audio tracks for online videos, multimedia, and short film productions is typically the most time consuming part of the multimedia … Read More

Video Marketing By Numbers

October 1, 2013By Steven Poe

Learning how people engage with online video marketing and who they are is a moving target. It’s like balancing a marble on a sheet of glass with one hand, not impossible, but challenging in a constantly shifting multi-dimensional space. Fortunately for online marketers there are many freely published resources to improve your skill of mastering … Read More

San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge Timelapse

September 16, 2013By Steven Poe

The new Eastern span of the Bay Bridge opened among fanfare and stirring controversy on September 3rd, 2013. Being a commercial photographer I’m more interested in the the visual aesthetic than the technology behind this engineering marvel of a bridge. I was fortunate to engage both of these parts (architectural photographer and timelapse) a few … Read More

Content Performance Issues?

July 19, 2013By Steven Poe

Joe Pulizzi is the founder at Content Marketing Institute, Author of Epic Content Marketing, Speaker & Entrepreneur. He recently posted this article on LinkedIn that besides the catchy headline has some great substance to helping what so many businesses are trying to figure out now. I call it the constant content flow. While the interweb … Read More