Category: Videos

A Trip to Egypt – A PowerPoint Presentation

I’m adding a new video to my portfolio here to showcase how a PowerPoint presentation may be converted to an online presentation. The challenge with doing videos of a live presentation using PowerPoint is that often, the lights are dimmed so the audience can see the screen, and rarely is is possible to get a clean video of the material projected. Not much can be done about recording video in a dark room.  You either

Unlocking Your Infinite Prayer Power

I just posted the video from my talk last night at the local Coptic Center.  In this talk, I provide some details on how we can increase our ability to use the 3 key factors which make prayer work, namely Faith, Focus, and Feeling. This talk wraps up with a guided walkthrough of the Harmonic Prayer process, in which I introduced a new element to help increase your faith in the coming manifestation. Enjoy!

Recording Fireworks

A nephew of mine brought in some fireworks to a family get together, and it was a perfect opportunity for me to test out my ability to capture quality video from such a display.  I think we all did rather well — Jeff, myself, and my DVX200. Video was shot with VLOG, at UHD 60fps and 1/120 shutter speed, at base ISO (500).  First part was shot with the iris wide open (F2.8), and about

Harmonic Prayer Workshop

A little over a week ago, I gave a 45-minute preview of my new Harmonic Prayer workshop to a local group.  In this preview, you get the main principles which make prayer work, and a simple 5-step process to ensure that you get maximum results from your prayers. Using these principles, and similar processes, I’ve been able to manifest things that have no physical explanation, such as controlling the weather, stopping a tornado, manifesting “found”

FPC Niles Flood Response

Here’s a recent project I worked on, doing both videography and editing for a video intended to elicit donations and volunteers to help out with continuing efforts to support those affected by a recent flood in the area of Niles, MI. I’ve pulled out the contact info for this version, but otherwise, it’s essentially what was delivered to the client. What was originally expected to be a short project ended up taking about 12 hours

Symphony of Peace Prayers

Just finished editing and uploading a video which used a new piece of equipment — a Flycam stabilizer.  This is a “steadi-cam” type of tool, which helps to keep the camera steady when moving around. Since this was my first time using it, I wasn’t as steady with it as I’d like, so I also ran the footage through a piece of stabilizing software — Mercalli V4.  This was a nice combination, and one I’ll

DVX200 Flexibility

While this video is relatively simple, and the audio isn’t the greatest, I’m adding it to my video portfolio for a couple of reasons. First, it highlights the flexibility of the new DVX200 I bought a few months ago. For whatever reason, I wasn’t happy with the default color matrix, as many skin tones turned out a bit too yellow for my tastes.  From what I read online, this was a problem with earlier firmware

Tibetan Singing Bowls Concert

I was recently asked to record a concert given at the Coptic Center I’ve been working with a lot lately.  The concert was performed by Mark Handler, who may be found at http://www.tibetanbowls.org. There were a couple of challenges in getting a good recording.  While the audio portion was relatively easy — a generally quiet audience and relatively loud sound source — most of the light came from the windows BEHIND the performer.  Luckily, I

Harmonic Prayer Introduction

Here is a short, 20-minute video I put together describing the basics of Harmonic Prayer. This is the first video I’ve produced with a new piece of equipment — a teleprompter! For those interested, a Glide Gear TMP100, to be precise, which requires a tablet to display the notes/script. For the tablet, I’m using an old Asus Transformer T101, with an app called “A Prompter for Android.” I already had the script, and had been