It’s not uncommon for us to come to a new client with our analysis and for them to be incredibly concerned about the uncertainty of public response. The most common concern raised by big companies is that by having an open to the public forum or comments system, they’re risking that people will post negative reviews or stories about their products or brands.
What we try to convince the client of at this point is that negative comments are a good thing. Why? Well, there are two main reasons for this. Read More
One of our smaller but exciting communities is www.CarlosAndVeronica.net. While it serves as a very personal family blog of two of our company’s directors, it also boasts a strong DIY arts and crafts section. If you’re interested in that kind of thing, this link will take you directly to all the posts on the topic. Enjoy and make something new today! http://carlosandveronica.net/tag/artsandcrafts/
In case you missed it: surfboard shaper and photographer, Ian Zamora has a great photo gallery up at JerichoRosales.tv. Echo tells us the story of how he met Ian and shows off some of the fabulous photography captured by Mr Zamora. Some of Echo’s favorite surfboards are personally hand-shaped by Zamora.
Read the whole post with over 20 photos here: http://jerichorosales.tv/surfboard-shaper-and-photographer-ian-zamora/
Lori is a dream to interview. She pretty much knows exactly what she wants to say, then says it a way that drags you into whatever she’s feeling. We shot the interview on Monday, took a little b-roll on wednesday, and after only about an hour or so of editing, the video was ready for the public. She was just that easy a subject to work with.
To be honest, the client was a bit concerned about the longer running time of this video, but we felt that the viewer would enjoy listening to Lori just go on and on as if you were speaking to her one-on-one. As she spoke about Chef Him Uy De Baron of Nomama’s Braised Wagyu Beef Cheeks, all of us in the shoot staff simply melted in our seats. This woman’s love for food is contagious. Enjoy!
Here’s the Instagram video that we threw together at the last minute for the jerichorosales.tv launch!
We at HoneycombCommunities are proud to present our latest online community, launching today: JerichoRosales.tv!
We’ve been working with Jericho for the last few months prepping the calendar, all the strategy, and the designs. He’s such a hard working guy and has a real vision of what he wants to accomplish. It’s awesome to be dealing with a client so driven to do something different and cool.
JerichoRosales.tv will give Echo’s friends and fans a fresh and unique glimpse into his life and interests. Over the next month or so, we’ll be talking a lot about his latest movie Alagwa too. It’s an aesthetically beautiful piece of work from both artistic and technical standpoints. Streamlined functionality that we’ve wrestled out of WordPress allows us to talk about a wide variety of topics — surfing, movies, charity, barbershops, or whatever!
We really hope to see you there, and that you’ll enjoy the great stuff we have planned to come out of that web community. Try to post comments, tweet back to Jericho, and get involved! Remember, what makes a great community is great people, much like yourself.
Here’s a fun little bit that we put together for DMCI Homes, almost 2 years ago! Has it been that long? I remember this shoot was done with a single camera and squeezed in during a lunchbreak! It was a fun, experimental time for us in the company, many individuals wearing more than one hat, doing more than one job. And we really stretched our “do more with less” core value. Nowadays, we like to work with better gear and get higher quality output, but it’s always nice to look back and see where you came from. It’s still very much a work I am proud of because it demonstrated what was possible on a tight schedule and budget.
Here’s an excerpt from the post I just put up on www.fullybookedonline.com/blog:
I arrived at Vinyl on Vinyl for final set-up on the Thursday of the HERAKUT exhibit opening. Both Hera and Akut were donning brand new “UKU LELE” t-shirts designed in the style of “RUN DMC.” Big smiles on their faces. Turns out that they had invited the neighbors over for some impromptu jamming in the exhibit. “We will shoot a video of them playing here in front of our paintings,” Akut told me…
I really enjoyed the songs that the duo played for us. The whole thing was very Breaking Bad.
Thanks, Ukulele Philippines! And to Pao Gumba & Sanlie Labadia, you two are the masters! www.facebook.com/ukephilippines
Read the rest at http://www.fullybookedonline.com/blog/view/3715
Timelapse photography shot with GoPro Hero Black Edition. www.facebook.com/gopro.ph
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