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Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
Hi, I need highly experienced Vray 3D artist to create 7 environments in 3ds Max. Please see the attachments. We will use this scene to insert our jewelry models and render. Please let me know if this is something you can do. You dont need to model the jewelery, we will send you the 3d models to use. At the end we will need the renderings, post work psd and 3d source file. Please send me your cost per environment, time and please send similar sample works also. Regards Shoaib
Skills: Photography 3D Design 3D Rendering 3ds Max
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I'm looking to start a vegan, gluten free blog that will have recipes, photos, and community building on Facebook, Instragram, etc. Do you like to bake? Are you interested in alternative, international baking recipes that are mostly vegan, gluten free home baked dishes? Then this could be a great fit for you. Position will be unsupervised, virtual, stay at home doing what you already love to do. Bake great tasting dishes! I'm hoping that we can write and work together on recipes, baked goods ideas, writing about the recipes, posting images on our blog, and in our community. The position will likely start out at 2 or 3 hours per day for a few days a week. Eventually, I'd like to be posting recipes 5 days per week, but they don't all have to be original or tested. The position is to start off on a short term basis to see how we like working together, but with opportunity to build into a longer term relationship. Ideal candidate will have a camera and like taking high quality pictures with good lighting. Candidate should have experience and like to bake, do social media posting, be into natural, organic and home make cooking. Like to take photos, even have their own blog (I don't mind sharing recipes so you're not duplicating efforts), post on facebook and enjoy community building/social media. Ideal candidate should be located in North America (Mexico/Canada/USA) or the Philippines.
Skills: Photography Baking Cooking Recipe Writing
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $300 - Posted
I am looking to create a photo finished booklovers with a little girl playing dress up while looking in an antique stand up mirror wearing pearls. The image in the mirror is the little girl grown up wear the same pearls as the little girl. I have a picture of the mirror, the little girl and the picture of me. If you think you can do the job, please submit sample work along with how you would accomplish. I need the project complete within 1 month or end of October but would like sooner if possible.
Skills: Photography Graphic design Image Editing Photo Manipulation
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $5 - Posted
Looking for a photographer for some personal portrait shots/ studio and outdoors. To be done ASAP Minimal digital touch up- unless needed. Must be based in Miami, please if your from overseas......don't waste your time!!
Skills: Photography Adobe Photoshop
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $200 - Posted
Job Title: Video and photos of Rhodes Stadium’s football scoreboard/video display in Katy, TX. QUICK OVERVIEW (but please read the complete scope of work also) Video/photos (featuring the digital scoreboard/football video display) of any home, varsity, high school team in the Katy ISD (independent school district) played at Rhodes Football Stadium. (Location: 1733 Katyland Drive, Katy, Texas 77493). Focus of the footage/photos is the digital scoreboard/football video display (and the structure it is in), not the game. There can be players, fans, etc. in the shots. Take as much of the video and photos as you can of the digital video display while there is sunlight. Pre-game is fine. It is harder to capture video displays in the dark. Being 20 to 30 feet (or more) from the display is optimal. You can zoom in from there. Daktronics is the manufacturer of the digital scoreboard/football video display at the Rhodes Stadium in Katy, TX. The photos/videos are for use in promotional materials for our company to showcase our digital video displays. Need 10 usable photos, 5 usable video clips. Photos/video need to contain the football scoreboard/video display and the structure that the video display is in. Focus of the footage/photos is the digital scoreboard/football video display (and the structure it is in), not the game. There can be players, fans, etc. in the shots. Take as much of the video and photos as you can of the digital video display while there is sunlight. Pre-game is fine. It is harder to capture video displays in the dark. Being 20 to 30 feet (or more) from the display is optimal. You can zoom in from there. Schedule: http://www.katyisd.org/dept/athletics/Documents/2016_District_19_6-A_Football_Schedule.pdf#search=rhodes%20stadium%20schedule We need full rights to the photos/video to use them in any promotional materials for our company. We need this in writing. As a courtesy, the school and/or stadium, needs to be contacted in advance of the event. NEEDS TO BE INCLUDED IN THE QUOTE: Permit costs. You must take care of getting/paying for permits for this job. Insurance costs Admission fee to the game Here are examples of what the photos should look like: http://www.daktronics.com/en-us/products/sports/football http://www.daktronics.com/en-us/photos/details?pn=WP-19613&cid=123423-004 http://www.daktronics.com/en-us/photos/details?pn=WP-19828&cid=MIN006-019 http://www.daktronics.com/en-us/photos/details?pn=WP-19849&cid=138592-005 Here are examples of what the video should look like, contained within these promotional videos: http://www.daktronics.com/en-us/video-gallery/Video-Displays-on-the-Rise http://www.daktronics.com/en-us/video-gallery/Parkway-North-High-School-Project-Highlight Drone footage would be from above the field and next to the scoreboard. Camera Settings: -Full HD 1920x1080 (or higher if possible) @ 30 fps -1/60 Shutter Speed -Manual Focus -Record Ambient Sound -Use of tripod (if allowed) for steady footage -Preferred file formats: .mp4, .avi or .mov Footage Guidelines: -Multiple angles and distances: up-close product shots, mid-range, and further out clips that include surrounding environment (fans, players, etc.). Fans reacting/interacting with the scoreboard. If content is shown that says 'stand up and cheer' if you can get the people reacting to the scoreboard in video/photographed. Players on the filed with the scoreboard in the background is a good shot. -Majority (70%) of footage should be fixed or stationery shots but would also like to see some footage with effects such as: rack focus, panning, zooming, time-lapse, etc. -Product (video scoreboard) should be main focus of footage and show examples of display content changing, other display messaging and advertising rotating through multiple pieces of content, etc. -Minor editing is welcome but majority of editing/post-production will be handled in-house after receiving the footage. Tips: Avoid capturing moiré (unwanted wavy patterns that can appear when repetitive details such as lines, dots, etc. are interpreted by or exceed camera sensors while recording) on the LED displays/content. If moiré is visible try making the following adjustments: -Adjust focal length on lens, the angle you are from display or physical distance between you and the display(s). -If suggestions above don’t help and only as a last resort, adjusting your focus ever so slightly out of tack-sharp focus sometimes works. Exposure balance, where the display will either appear much brighter or much darker than its surroundings, can be another obstacle encountered while shooting an LED display. If the contrast between the location’s current lighting conditions and the display brightness is too great, sometimes shooting the sunny side (if possible) of the display or shooting at a different time of day such as high noon when the display and surroundings are equally bright can help.
Skills: Photography Videography
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $200 - Posted
Job title: Video and photos of Pridgeon Stadium’s digital scoreboard/football video display located in Houston, TX. Budget: approximately $200.00 Project due date 10/23/2016 or sooner http://www.clearlakefootball.com/maps/pridgeon%20stadium.html QUICK OVERVIEW (but please read the complete scope of work also) Footage/photos (featuring the digital scoreboard/football video display) of any home, varsity, high school football game played by the Cypress-Fairbanks ISD (independent school district) at the Pridgeon Stadium. (Location: 11499 Bobcat Rd. Houston, TX 77064). Focus of the footage/photos is the digital scoreboard/football video display (and the structure it is in), not the game. There can be players, fans, etc. in the shots. Take as much of the video and photos as you can of the digital video display while there is sunlight. Pre-game is fine. It is harder to capture video displays in the dark. Being 20 to 30 feet (or more) from the display is optimal. You can zoom in from there. Possible game dates to choose from: http://www.cfisd.net/download_file/17022 Daktronics is the manufacturer of the digital scoreboard/football video display at the Pridgeon Stadium. The photos/videos are for use in promotional materials to highlight digital video displays for our company. http://www.daktronics.com/en-us/products/sports/football 10 usable photos, 5 usable video clips of the digital scoreboard/football video display Daktronics needs full rights to the photos/video to use them in any promotional materials for our company. We need this in writing. As a courtesy, the school and/or stadium, needs to be contacted in advance of the event. NEEDS TO BE INCLUDED IN THE QUOTE: Permit costs. You must take care of getting/paying for permits for this job. Insurance costs Admission fee to the game Here are examples of what the photos should look like: http://www.daktronics.com/en-us/products/sports/football http://www.daktronics.com/en-us/photos/details?pn=WP-19613&cid=123423-004 http://www.daktronics.com/en-us/photos/details?pn=WP-19828&cid=MIN006-019 http://www.daktronics.com/en-us/photos/details?pn=WP-19849&cid=138592-005 Here are examples of what the video should look like, contained within these promotional videos: http://www.daktronics.com/en-us/video-gallery/Video-Displays-on-the-Rise http://www.daktronics.com/en-us/video-gallery/Parkway-North-High-School-Project-Highlight Camera Settings: -Full HD 1920x1080 (or higher if possible) @ 30 fps -1/60 Shutter Speed -Manual Focus -Record Ambient Sound -Use of tripod (if allowed) for steady footage -Preferred file formats: .mp4, .avi or .mov AND raw or .jpg Footage Guidelines: -Multiple angles and distances: up-close product shots, mid-range, and further out clips that include surrounding environment (fans, players, etc.). Fans reacting/interacting with the scoreboard. If content is shown that says 'stand up and cheer' if you can get the people reacting to the scoreboard in video/photographed. Players on the filed with the scoreboard in the background is a good shot. -Majority (70%) of footage should be fixed or stationery shots but would also like to see some footage with effects such as: rack focus, panning, zooming, time-lapse, etc. -Product (video scoreboard) should be main focus of footage and show examples of display content changing, other display messaging and advertising rotating through multiple pieces of content, etc. -Minor editing is welcome but majority of editing/post-production will be handled in-house after receiving the footage. Tips: Avoid capturing moiré (unwanted wavy patterns that can appear when repetitive details such as lines, dots, etc. are interpreted by or exceed camera sensors while recording) on the LED displays/content. If moiré is visible try making the following adjustments: -Adjust focal length on lens, the angle you are from display or physical distance between you and the display(s). -If suggestions above don’t help and only as a last resort, adjusting your focus ever so slightly out of tack-sharp focus sometimes works. Exposure balance, where the display will either appear much brighter or much darker than its surroundings, can be another obstacle encountered while shooting an LED display. If the contrast between the location’s current lighting conditions and the display brightness is too great, sometimes shooting the sunny side (if possible) of the display or shooting at a different time of day such as high noon when the display and surroundings are equally bright can help.
Skills: Photography Videography
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $200 - Posted
Budget: approximately $200.00 Project due date 11/05/2016 or sooner http://www.barbershill.isd.esc4.net/ http://www.barbershill.isd.esc4.net/page.cfm?p=1677 http://www.barbershill.isd.esc4.net/page.cfm?p=1278&locid=231 QUICK OVERVIEW (but please read the complete scope of work also) Footage/photos (featuring the digital scoreboard/football video display) of any home, varsity, high school football game played by the Barbers Hill ISD (independent school district) at Anahuac-Kyle White Football Stadium. (Location: Texas Ave. at Stowell St. Anahuac, TX 77514). Focus of the footage/photos is the digital scoreboard/football video display (and the structure it is in), not the game. There can be players, fans, etc. in the shots. Take as much of the video and photos as you can of the digital video display while there is sunlight. Pre-game is fine. It is harder to capture video displays in the dark. Being 20 to 30 feet (or more) from the display is optimal. You can zoom in from there. Possible game dates to choose from: http://www.bhisd.net/page.cfm?p=1677 including: Sept 16, 30 Oct 14 Nov 4 Daktronics is the manufacturer of the digital scoreboard/football video display at this stadium. The photos/videos are for use in promotional materials for our company. Video and photos of football video display. 10 usable photos, 5 usable video clips of the game (featuring the digital scoreboard/football video display). Daktronics needs full rights to the photos/video to use them in any promotional materials for our company. We need this in writing. As a courtesy, the school and/or stadium, needs to be contacted in advance of the event. NEEDS TO BE INCLUDED IN THE QUOTE: Permit costs. You must take care of getting/paying for permits for this job. Insurance costs Admission fee to the game Here are examples of what the photos should look like: http://www.daktronics.com/en-us/products/sports/football http://www.daktronics.com/en-us/photos/details?pn=WP-19613&cid=123423-004 http://www.daktronics.com/en-us/photos/details?pn=WP-19828&cid=MIN006-019 http://www.daktronics.com/en-us/photos/details?pn=WP-19849&cid=138592-005 Here are examples of what the video should look like, contained within these promotional videos: http://www.daktronics.com/en-us/video-gallery/Video-Displays-on-the-Rise http://www.daktronics.com/en-us/video-gallery/Parkway-North-High-School-Project-Highlight Camera Settings: -Full HD 1920x1080 (or higher if possible) @ 30 fps -1/60 Shutter Speed -Manual Focus -Record Ambient Sound -Use of tripod (if allowed) for steady footage -Preferred file formats: .mp4, .avi or .mov Footage Guidelines: - Multiple angles and distances: up-close product shots, mid-range, and further out clips that include the video display and surrounding environment (fans, players, etc.). Not just close ups of the video display. Capture fans reacting/interacting with the scoreboard. If content is shown that says 'stand up and cheer' try to capture the people reacting to the scoreboard. Players on the field with the scoreboard in the background is a good shot. -Majority (70%) of footage should be fixed or stationery shots but would also like to see some footage with effects such as: rack focus, panning, zooming, time-lapse, etc. -Product (video scoreboard) should be main focus of footage and show examples of display content changing, other display messaging and advertising rotating through multiple pieces of content, etc. -Minor editing is welcome but majority of editing/post-production will be handled in-house after receiving the footage. Tips: Avoid capturing moiré (unwanted wavy patterns that can appear when repetitive details such as lines, dots, etc. are interpreted by or exceed camera sensors while recording) on the LED displays/content. If moiré is visible try making the following adjustments: -Adjust focal length on lens, the angle you are from display or physical distance between you and the display(s). -If suggestions above don’t help and only as a last resort, adjusting your focus ever so slightly out of tack-sharp focus sometimes works. Exposure balance, where the display will either appear much brighter or much darker than its surroundings, can be another obstacle encountered while shooting an LED display. If the contrast between the location’s current lighting conditions and the display brightness is too great, sometimes shooting the sunny side (if possible) of the display or shooting at a different time of day such as high noon when the display and surroundings are equally bright can help.
Skills: Photography Videography
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $5 - Posted
Hello! My name is Derek Jasper, I am a professional mentalist (mind reader) and magician from Northern Virginia. I am looking for someone to help me as I am in the process in building a brand new stage show from scratch. I need someone to sit down with or chat with once or twice a week and do some very intricate and detailed brain storming. Creativity thrives on collaboration. So I am looking for a person who is creative, well written, thinks very "out of the box" , and who enjoys to have a good time in the process. Job pay will be set to TBD
Skills: Photography Creative & Talent Creative writing Graphic design