The other day, I got a call right as I was getting off of work at 11 pm requesting that I bring my fancy camera along to shoot a music video. I naturally agreed because I don't get a lot of opportunities to film stuff. I also did something I've never done before for video (but that I have done for photography). Manual white balancing. What did I discover from doing it manually? You really should listen when the pros tell you that it's a necessity to manually white balance your camera. It made the biggest difference when I was doing color correction in post, and I personally think it's the best I've ever done with video color correction because I took the extra 20 seconds to manually set the white balance. Anyhow, here's a picture that I shot while filming.
And now here's a music video, featuring Gigi on the vocals, and Shelby on the ukulele. I kind of edited it all pretty quickly and I admit I did a pretty bad job on the audio mixing, but oh well. Next time I'll do better.