With Just a few days to go before the release of Silent Night Nothing’s Right, please allow me to update you on the status of our progress. Over the last year we have spent a lot of time and effort putting together what we hope will be a well received message to the world. With just a few minor issues to work out, we are officially ready. So some of you may be asking the question, Why are we doing this, and what for? To answer that question allow me to respond with a very simple reply. First off the release of Silent Night is not to promote what is all ready a world full of gloom and doom. It is in fact meant to make each and every one of you aware of the beauty that surrounds you, and despite the way of the world, looking at things in another perspective may change your entire outlook on life for the better. The second reason this is being done is an experiment. Over the past year I have built a highly engaged network of followers and fans using social media sites like Twitter and Facebook just to mention a few. Being a total nerd I have purchased some software that will track just how viral the video will go and the sources of traffic that pushed and or shared the video. In addition I have also asked my network to share retweet and help us make this video trend and go viral. I believe that this will happen. The goal of our efforts is to put our work and our brands on the map and allow us to continue to do some great things and hopefully, we can make a few dreams reality, not only for us, but for a few incredibly talented people that we have engaged over the last year. Once we achieve our goals Torquil Studio’s will be working on several concepts for the production of some highly entertaining, genre specific productions.
Through the Lens, Shoot 2 Thrill, are just a few of the projects we will be working on in the future. We also will be working with local business to produce and develop commercials, as well as promotional material. So in short, lets just see what direction this takes MSP.
My shot of the week, The Buffalo Skyline. I shot this photo for the Silent Night Project. The info, shot at f-10 with an iso of 400, and a shutter speed of 5 seconds. Tripod was used for stabilization. To note we were on the waterfront elevated in a watch tower. It was cold! But the shot was worth enduring the elements.
As always thanks for reading and please tell me what you think of the photo.