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Aon Prestige Media Demo Reel

No Comments 15 January 2018

Here is our latest demo reel for Aon Prestige Media! Enjoy!

Blog, Tutorials, Video Production

Sony a7RIII S&Q 1FPS Timelapses

No Comments 06 January 2018

Here is a brief example of 1fps timelapses with the Sony a7R3. These have been created without the Sony Playmemories App, only by using the S&Q Settings on the camera.

Blog, Photography, Video Production

Sony a7Riii Video Review

No Comments 06 January 2018

Here’s a quick review of the new full frame mirrorless camera, the Sony a7R3, by Alex Orchilles. This review includes a lot of handheld footage from the a7riii in 4K 24fps, 1080P 120fps, 1080P 1fps timelapses, and JPGs in a variety of different environments.

Watch the amazing A7R3 in action during a casual wine and cheese night, a real estate photoshoot, and Art Basel weekend in Miami, Florida.


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Aerial Travel | Boston and Philadelphia

No Comments 06 January 2018

Quick aerial shots of Boston and Philadelphia using the DJI Mavic Pro.

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Aon Overview – What We Do

No Comments 31 January 2016

Blog, Photography, Video Production

2015 Demo Reel

No Comments 06 January 2016

Here is our latest 2015 Demo Reel!


Lens 101

No Comments 17 April 2014

What is a 35mm and what does f/1.8 mean? Well I have just the answers for you.

A 35mm lens is what we call a “prime lens.” It has a focal length of 35mm and 35mm ONLY, so the zooming function does not exist.

Oh no, you’ll have to be running back and forth to make sure you get everything into frame! Why go through all this work? Although a prime lens does not have zoom capabilities, it does have a bigger aperture meaning the lens opens wider than the common 18-55mm varifocal lens that came with your Canon T3i or Nikon D3200.

That 18-55mm lens you have is a f/3.5-5.6 as opposed to the 35mm or 50mm lens with an f/1.8 

The lower the “f-stop,” the wider the lens opens up to take pictures or video. The wider the lens is open the more depth of field your image will have, giving it that amazing blurry effect for whatever is not in focus.  This blurriness in your images and videos is called “bokeh” it is used by most professional photographers to make whatever is focused stand out.  It also is almost crucial in videos to set the audience’s attention on whatever is in focus.


This picture was shot with a Canon 50mm f/1.8 , as you can see, the person on the bike on the left is out of focus while the car at the top right of the frame is in focus.  This is only possible when using a low f-stop (large aperture).

Hope this clears up a lot of questions! Get out there and shoot, my friends!


Color Guide for Designers

No Comments 07 May 2013

I recently stumbled upon this color guide for graphic designers.  This can help all of us in identifying what colors to aim for when creating logos, flyers, and other graphics.


Click here for Color Guide

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