On Thursday I posted a cryptic Facebook update saying, “This delay in blog posts from India is brought to you by the number two.” I have a story to tell…
Today started early again – I haven’t been able to sleep past 6am yet. I woke up and did a little reading before deciding to take a walk around the hospital complex to take some photos as people began their days.
The conversations I came to India for have begun, and in the first two sessions held yesterday with Veeru and Nancy Henry, a beautiful story of life, love and their vocation as medical missionaries has begun to emerge.
My flight arrived to Raipur from Mumbai on time and I’m currently waiting for the ambulance/jeep from the hospital to pick me up for the 1.5 hour drive to Mungeli.
Well, I’m safe and sound and a little more awake than I should be at 11:45 pm IST (11:15 am PST) after the flight to Mumbai. Everything was on schedule and the flight went as expected.
The day is finally here after seven months of planning, some very encouraging times, a big setback, and more than a few patience-trying days. I’m ready to board my flight to Mumbai.
Here is another “guided version” edit of the Darkwood Brew live online church service.
Just finished our first “guided version” edit of the Darkwood Brew live online church service
Production of a series of 50+ short “clips” for Living the Questions to use as promotional items on their web site and for future curriculum.
The founders of the progressive Christian resource group, Living the Questions, have written a book – “Living the Questions: The Wisdom of Progressive Christianity” – and I’ve worked with Scott Griessel of Creatista to produce the following video trailer for their publisher…
Just how much photography equipment is needed to support a 10 day assignment? Read this article to find out what SixView Studios’ Gregg Brekke takes along.
Recent work by Gregg Brekke of SixView Studios includes video editing for The Center for Progressive Christianity and a photojournalism assignment covering the opening of the new Horseshoe casino in Cleveland.
As with many arenas in life (like anthrax releases and hand grenades), it isn’t size that matters with a camera – but where and how you use it.
Gregg Brekke of SixView Studios has been recognized by the Religion Communicators Council (RCC) for his editorial, photography, and writing contributions to StillSpeaking Magazine.
Digital photography has reduced the environmental impact of the photographic industry, but how much?
Just thought I’d take a few moments and post some of the finished videos from the really cool SAAF/Moda project I edited last month.
High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography is gaining popularity as tools for layering multiple exposures become more available and easier to use.
5 reasons why the camera you are currently shooting is probably the best one you’ll ever need – that is, until your needs change…
Video short of the Avon Lake UCC Cabin Fever Cornhole Tournament held March 17, 2012.
In the mid-2000s I embarked on a project to create “come as you are” portraits of friends and acquaintances using an 8×10 inch view camera on B&W film.
Benedicere (“to bless, to praise”) is a video project based on a prayer by Ken Sehested, author of “In the Land of the Living: Prayers Personal and Public.”
As my Cleveland Zoo shots show, there is no problem shooting the Canon 1d Mark IV at iso 3200. So what happens after iso 3200 with this camera?
A trip to the Cleveland Zoo turned into a great opportunity to test out my new Canon 70-200/2.8L II IS lens.
Driving near Madison, Wisc., on December 23, I quickly looked up what was going on with Occupy Madison and decided to drop in for a few minutes to see how they were preparing for winter.