Coming to you live from Huntington Beach, California is Orange County’s Esquire Photography – featuring Daaaaaaaavid Esquire! LOL! Ok, so I’m finally starting to get over this nasty flu that’s going around & obviously had a bit more than the US RDA of caffeine, but hey, it’s West Coast Wednesday.
So as I’m getting caught up on all the events that I’ve shot, I have one that I have been dying to share with you. A couple of Fridays ago, I had the honour of working with Jarrod (JT) Taylor, the director of Dance Masters; a troop of professional dancers from around the world that have done various movies and television programs that you may have seen. You know, things like; Dancing With The Stars, Randy Jackson’s America’s Best Dance Crew, Step Up 2 & 3, Quidam and a LOT more.
Well on the morning of Friday, October 9th – the Dance Masters troop did a drug awareness assembly performance at Newhart Middle School in Mission Viejo, California. When JT asked if I could come & shoot it, I was honoured to be asked to do this & it gave me a chance to continue honing in my Fusion shooting skills too (combing video & still photography).
So I popped down to Mission Viejo and started shooting at about 9:30 a.m. with their performance being from 11:00 a.m. – noon. Which was perfect, because I needed to be in Ventura for Callie & Mike’s Wedding at the Wedgewood Golf Course. I had great time, captured pleanty of video & still photography and since then, I’ve been putting together the piece that you’re about to see.
So before I present you with my Fusion video of the Dance Masters’ performance and you’re thinking… Hey – I’d really like to get to know this Orange County Wedding Photographer in Huntington Beach, California, feel free to Contact Me on the Website or send me an email direct at email@example.com. You can also stay in touch with me in “real time” on Twitter, Facebook and my Facebook Fan Page too.
So without further ado, here is the Fusion video and feel free to leave a comment below to let me know what you think. I am doing more & more video like I used to do back in my extreme sports days – cheers!