Stolen Lens Caught on Time-lapse

Monday, August 04, 2014
A cinematogrpaper friend was filming at a private and upscale wedding last week. His Canon 70-200mm F2.8 lens were stolen.

It was indeed 2 guests that stole the lens. A time-lapse for the reception was setup at 10 second intervals. The entire plan and execution was captured. In the pictures one guy picked it up and sat down on the steps. The other guy walked over. Then one took off his jacket and wrapped the lens with it. They both stood up and left with the lens under one mans arm.

Police report was filed and now the lens are back to the original owner's possession. If it is without the time-lapse evidence, the lens would have been gone forever. Lesson learned!

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Speaking at NPVA

Thursday, July 31, 2014
We are proud to be a presenter at the New England Professional Videography Association (NVPA) in July 21st, 2014 held at LensProToGo.com office in Concord, MA.

The event was a success with over 50 people RSVP'ed. LA Color Pros was also a sponsor at the event presenting some of our products to NPVA's members too.





Original RSVP Invitation : NPVA How to Recover From and Avoid Data Disasters

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July 12, 2014 Presley Sophia Rosen
Event Highlights

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

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InFocus 2014 Recap Video

Tuesday, July 15, 2014
InFocus 2014 took place in New Orleans in Jan 2014. It was a success. LA Color Pros was one of the sponsors as well as a presenter. Here's a recap video.

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Bat Mitzvah of Alyssa Wallack

Monday, July 14, 2014


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Avoiding Wedding Guests Ruining Wedding Photos and Videos

Tuesday, July 01, 2014
It's becoming the culture guests at wedding will take cell phone and iPad photos during wedding ceremony. Some of them are behaving so aggressively they raised the camera up in the air or blocking the center aisle.

These are two examples how critical moments were ruinied

 

From a recent wedding, the officiant gave a small prep talk to the guests. Not only to remind them to turn off their cellphones, but also to remind them not to raise their camera above eye level, or jam in the center aisle.


Just a few small words can make a big impact in our professional work.

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Tina & Jonathan
Same Day Edit

Monday, June 30, 2014

Live Reaction

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Tal & Matt

Wednesday, June 04, 2014

Cinematic Highlights


Blooper

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