The Revival Tour - My kind of people - photos by Ryan Mackfall
Chuck Ragan - The Boat
I live by the words spoken in the last part of this speech. So far, they have not seen me wrong. In all the times where someone makes you angry, or something doesn’t go right, or someone disappoints you; turn to these words and do not under any circumstances stop believing them. Cynicism and disbelief will just open up doors to the negative places you picture in your mind. Heed the wise words (1 minute 50 in):
"If you work really hard, and you’re kind, amazing things will happen"
- Conan O’Brien
Music Videographers births a facebook page!
Music videographers is a group on vimeo that has 22,000 users and nearly 80,000 user generated videos. Impressive numbers! I started it about 5 years ago just trying to create a community on a very young vimeo. Since then, vimeo has become the best thing since sliced bread (as we all know) and many people associate it with quality when it comes to video on the web. There’s so much content on the MV group it’s insane but the achilles heel has always been that communication is tough on the site. The forums got completely bombarded with spam at one point. So the other day I thought ‘why not put this on facebook too’ so people can connect and work with one another.
After a message to everyone on the group with the idea, followed by thousands of messages back asking for me to go ahead, the page was created. You can join up to it by clicking the photo above. Already 2 hours in we’ve had 300 likes and it’s growing fast. This page really is a hub for anyone who creates videos with music (excluding your family holiday videos). We’re building a solid community which will ultimately result in a lot of creativity WORLD WIDE. Please reblog this post on tumblr and also spread the word on other social networking sites. Your contributions will lead to a family of creatives, unrivalled!
You're that film dude ryan right ?? 😉
haha you slay me Time
(Everyone else; this is what I get for telling somewhere where my blog address comes from)
Working with Bad Religion at Soundwave 2012. Brooks Wackerman slaying the drums - Photo by Ryan Mackfall
Check out the Live At Brixton trailer for a better idea on how the audio sounds on the forthcoming release.