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Archive for category Video Shoots
A five minute video showcasing a hike to the top of Sphinx Rock, which is one of Sedona’s most dangerous and challenging summits. This is NOT a hike to attempt unless you know what you are doing and are hiking with others who are experienced red rock climbers.
Just launched a new small business: Sedona Raw Wedding Video. Along with continuing to photograph small weddings, I will also be offering inexpensive, full quality HD video for couples who want their special day filmed. Come take a look!
For a Christmas present this year, my kids rented a jeep and took me out for a ride on one of Sedona’s most challenging jeep trails: Broken Arrow Trail. John Rodger, who drives for Pink Jeep Tours, showed us the ropes and then Shawna and I took the wheel and crawled up and down several hair-raising trails. John, Jeremia, Shawna, and Rayel shared the adventure with me. This was the first time I have ever driven a jeep in such challenging terrain. The trails we tackled are known by such colorful names as “The Road of No Return.”
The 2011 Sedona Bridal Fair is now over. It took place Saturday, February 26, 2011 at Poco Diablo in Sedona, Arizona. All together, 133 brides, along with 163 of their guests (296 people in all) attended. By all accounts, the fair was a wild success. Along with being the founder and president of the organization that organized the event — the Sedona Wedding Professionals Association — I also had the privilege of creating the Bridal Fair website, shooting a short video (see below), taking tons of photos, and, of course, participating. For more information about the fair, including coverage provided by other SWPA members, go here.
The Poco Diablo Conference Center was packed with brides and their guests.
My daughter, Jeremia, and her partner and my backup photographer, John Rodger, keeping an eye the Sunfellow Photography booth.
The video and images from the 2010 Sedona Celtic Harvest Festival are now finished! The event video is posted above, and is also available on the Sunfellow Productions YouTube channel. 117 photos from the event, which took place Saturday, September 25, 2010 in Sedona, Arizona, are posted here. All 600 plus images are available here. And, finally, a web page describing all aspects of our coverage is located here. The 2010 festival was a pleasure to film and photograph and the people, like usual, were marvelous! Special thanks to Dorothy O’Brien for spearheading this event — and allowing me to record it for the second year in a row. Videos and photos from the 2009 Festival are located here.
I just finished creating this video for Connolly’s Farmers Market. I shot the footage today and finished editing it this evening. The doors open Saturday, September 25th. If you have fruit and veggies that you would like to make available to the larger community, contact Bruce Connolly at 928-300-6586. I also put up a website for Bruce, which is located here. Helping Bruce get his dream off the ground is another step towards building community and helping Sedona and the Verde Valley produce enough organic, locally-grown food to feed ourselves. Other projects include The Sedona Community Gardens: on Ning — on Facebook. I’ve also been helping spread the sustainable bug in Tucson by helping Zenhens with their website.
I photographed and videotaped portions of last year’s Celtic Harvest Festival — and will be returning to cover the event this year. This year’s festival will take place Saturday, September 25th, at the Tequa Festival Marketplace. To see my coverage of last year’s event (photos and videos), go here. To visit the Festival’s website, go here.