Mini Clip – Arts In Action

Posted in Uncategorized by Stephen Stonestreet on December 9, 2009

Here is a short clip from the filming I’ve been doing lately at Arts In Action Dance Studio in Hurricane, WV. You can read more about what they do at! More to come…

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  1. Jack Pritt said, on December 9, 2009 at 3:25 pm

    Hmm, I like the fade in and the slow down. Did you mean for the song to make it a bit mournful?

  2. bojobo said, on December 9, 2009 at 3:32 pm

    you sure do a lot of video clips for people/organizations and blogs…this one i particularly like, even though it’s just a short clip…it has a lot of heart and it is a combination of the young and more mature, the fun, the vanity, and the determination and hard work…that’s what I saw in the mini-clip and i liked it. good work.

  3. Stephen Stonestreet said, on December 9, 2009 at 7:18 pm

    Jack, no, the song was meant to be more reflective and thoughtful, dreamy in a way, but yet making you feel the movement of the video…

    Thank bojobo, yeah, I’ve been connecting a lot with organizations and other people groups that are in need of some video work to expand their work and ideas… I enjoy doing things like this. Thanks for the words, that is exactly what I was aiming to portray. Thanks :)

  4. Sparky said, on December 10, 2009 at 2:12 pm

    Hey Stephen…..loved the looks on the girls faces. Sweet. And the shots of the feet. I could see this one being put together to show the passion, frustration, achievements, processes and progressions that happen in the life of a ballerina, etc. Cute.
    As usual, and I don’t know if you want my opinion or not but here goes until you tell me to shut-up… :) . …maybe speed up the blurriness to focus a tad faster…just a tad. For me, it just seems a little long in the blurred out part. I like the ideas. Keep up the good work brother. I like what you are doing. :)

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