J.P. Chan 

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Hello, Roto

Hello, Roto

There’s a right way and a wrong way to rotoscope your footage. The wrong way involves Photoshop, countless hours, and carpal tunnel.

Unfortunately, I haven’t figured out the right way yet.

(Bklyn Blggng HQ)

 

His Name Is Sasquach

His Name Is Sasquach

…and he eats house trees for breakfast. He is known to frequent parts of our nation’s capital but had never been caught on camera until now.

(Washington, DC)

 

Eating Natively

Eating Natively

When in DC at 2am, ya gotta do as the natives do, especially when it means scarfing down a half-smoke with a side of chili and cheese fries. It was worth the 20 minute wait in line.

(Ben’s Chili Bowl, Washington, DC)

 

Stuff, Munch, Clog Arteries

Stuff, Munch, Clog Arteries

Looking for a more efficient way to prepare unhealthy meals? The Betty Crocker Stuff-N-Munch is your answer!

(Bklyn Blggng HQ)

 

Return of Frankencam

Return of Frankencam

The unholy combination of the Canon HV20 and the Cinevate Brevis has gotten me through two shorts, more than paying for itself in 16 months of ownership.

But as good as the images can be from this setup, the rig itself still looks hopelessly dorky. Can’t have everything, ya know.

(Floyd Benett Field, Brooklyn)

 

Red vs. Pink

Red vs. Pink

Pinkberry annoys me, but that doesn’t mean I’m 100% anti-fancypants-Asian-pricey-yougurt. The $5 shake at Red Mango kinda rocks. The $0 August 19, 2008 special was even better.

(Red Mango, 32 St, Manhattan)

 

RIIFFING

RIIFFING

The Rhode Island International Film Festival was fun and friendly. The Rhodies have an interesting way of making hummus.

(Providence, RI)

 

Sichuan In Bay Ridge

Sichuan In Bay Ridge

Who knew? And it was pretty good too.

(Grand Sichuan House, Brooklyn)

 

Bklyn In Rainbows

Bklyn In Rainbows

Whoa, I’m way behind in posting here due to another crazy busy summer. So here comes the backlog…

(Fenimore St, Brooklyn)

 
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