• Jennifer
  • posted by Jennifer

  • Okay everyone...THIS IS SUPER IMPORTANT!!! We need your help!!

    As some of you know The Memory Journalists are getting into the film (aka video) side of photography. We call it "motion" photography, vs still photography. We recently attended a Canon sponsored workshop in Portland where we each had to come up with a 30 second commercial for a Canon Powershot camera. There were several cities on the workshop tour with a total of 20 submissions. There are BIG things in it for the overall winner, AND we just made the top 5 cut - which were chosen internally by the company who taught the workshop, StillMotion Photo & Cinema.

    Now it's open to the public to vote for their favorite commercial out of the top 5! We are asking that you vote for us.
    Here's the details...Click on this link -

    click on my name (jennifer - Portland)
    and click the word "vote"

    Ask you friends, spouses, co-workers, etc. to vote too! Vote today. Voting is only open until Sunday and your vote counts. Of course, please watch all 5 entries and vote for your favorite...but we hope it's ours!

    Many people have commented to me that our wonderful model looks like a mini-Jennifer. Wearing pink, a hat, painted toe nails with polka dots. I guess I never thought of that as I scouted for our model but now I laugh as she does remind me of me. We were given about 4 hours to pick our script, storyboard our commercial, and then go shoot. We had a team of 4 people: a director (me), Camera A, and Camera B and our lighting person. I hand picked this beautiful little girl, a complete stranger, from a water park in Portland close by where our workshop was held. She was the best model EVER!

  • Here is our commercial...you can also watch it on the link above.

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