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FARMER TINNEY NEEDS YOUR HELP ON THE FARM THIS WEEKEND!

FARMER TINNEY NEEDS YOUR HELP ON THE FARM THIS WEEKEND!

first_imgFEATURES: On the 5th of September it’s all farm hands on deck!Farmer Tinney from Tinney’s Toys needs help on the farm. The farm has been crazy over the summer and Farmer Tinney needs some little farmers to get things back to normal.He needs help with the animals, his tractor rides and lots more!To get little farmers for Farmer Tinney, Tinney’s toys are having this event that is fun for all the family.There will be Tractor rides, Gator rides, facepainting, refreshments and more! Kids will get the real farm experience, everything from riding behind a tractor to petting live animals.Everyone is welcome to this fun day out.Help Farmer Make hay while the sun shines, come along to Tinney’s Toys Family Fun on the Farm!FARMER TINNEY NEEDS YOUR HELP ON THE FARM THIS WEEKEND! was last modified: September 4th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BusinessFeaturesnewslast_img read more

Ohio Ag Weather and Forecast, September 17, 2018

Ohio Ag Weather and Forecast, September 17, 2018

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest  The remains of Hurricane Florence are working northward today, and will bring rain to about 60% of Ohio. We expect rain totals to run anywhere from a few hundredths to perhaps 1.25″ or more, depending on where thunderstorms and longer term rain streaks develop. Right now, we think the best chances for thunderstorms will be far south near the Ohio River, ,and then in east central OH into western PA. The upper end of the rain range will be over southern OH and the eastern third. There is a good chance we see nothing but clouds farther west in west central OH, and even a mix of clouds and sun in NW Ohio…so today’s weather spread may be all over the place, thanks to the remains of Florence. Temperatures do remain warmer than normal today, even with the rain. South flow will be key to keeping temps warm. The map at right shows potential for today’s rain.Drier weather is back for tomorrow, and we should stay dry for Wednesday and Thursday as well. The front we had been watching last week for midweek on Wednesday late afternoon has completely fallen apart down this way, and moisture looks to stay farther north, across WI, northern IL and into MI. But, even though we are taking moisture out at midweek, we are going to have to pay for it later. That payment comes due starting early Friday.Three waves of moisture will move over the state from Friday through Sunday, one for each day period. The first wave his for Friday, and goes into the evening, then another batch of moisture comes Saturday and a final batch Sunday. Combined, all three systems bring potential for half to 1.5” rains over about 90% of the state. We think a few areas see all three waves, but most areas see at least two of the three hitting over the 3-day period. This will bring a slowdown to harvest field work.Dry weather is back for next Monday through Wednesday. Temps will be a bit cooler behind the weekend rains but will stay mostly near normal for the period. Then, we kick off the extended 11-16 day window with a strong front for next Thursday and Friday, the 27th and 28th. This front brings half to 1.5” inch rain potential to a full 100% of the state. This front also ushers in much cooler Canadian high pressure out of the west. We expect temps to move to below normal levels to finish out the extended period, while dry weather finishes out the month and kicks off October. For the 29th and 30th, we think it wise to be on the look out for temps bottoming out near 40 degrees, and we won’t rule out a few upper 30s. A map of potential morning lows for the 30th is at right. However, keep in mind that there is plenty of time for that to change, though. Just putting it out there this morning.last_img read more

5 New Features of Resolve 10

5 New Features of Resolve 10

first_imgBlackmagic Design has released their latest version of the powerful DaVinci Resolve color grading application, Resolve 10. In this video, check out the best new features.Have you tried DaVinci Resolve 10? Now available as a FREE upgrade for registered Resolve users (download here), version 10 is packed several powerful new features.In the video tutorial above, veteran colorist Warren Eagles picks his favorite upgrades to this Resolve release:Contrast Control with Pivot PointAnimating TextNew RAW Camera Files TabSplittler & Combiner NodesImproved Temporal Noise ReductionRender to EasyDCP Package (with plugin) In the last half of the video Warren goes on to plug the new Resolve V10 Fundamentals training course from FXPHD. They create nice educational content, so if you’re interested in really turning up your Resolve skills you can check that tutorial series out here.Have you started using DaVinci Resolve V10?Share your thoughts in the comments below!last_img read more

5 Simple Tips for Shooting Better Corporate Videos

5 Simple Tips for Shooting Better Corporate Videos

first_imgFor a lot of us, professional video production means shooting and editing corporate videos. Whether you’ve been doing it for decades or are planning your first shoot, here are some tips to keep in mind on your next project.Top image via ShutterstockPersonally, I’ve found that I can enjoy corporate video on a level. You’re helping brands and people tell stories that they care about — but often don’t have the means (or time) to express it. It’s a good feeling to watch clients see themselves on the screen for the first time in a way they haven’t before.However, they’re not all going to be great projects. You’re going to have some ups and downs that are simply unavoidable. That being said, here are some ways to limit the downs and help your production run more smoothly.1. Script Your InterviewsImage via WikipediaWhen shooting corporate videos, the messaging is usually going to be very tightly dictated by the client. It’s not an open documentary where you have endless license to find the story. After talking with the client, you’ll know what needs to be said.When shooting talking head interviews, don’t waste time meandering around and away from the soundbites. Do your work ahead of time and script out what you want your subjects to say. This way you can go back and forth with the client to get it just right. You can still conduct a conversational interview, but know you’ll be able to lead your subject to an agreed upon (and preferably) practiced soundbite which you know you’ll be able to work with.2. Use a Two-Camera SetupImage from 12 Star MediaUnless you’re working with professional talent, the majority of your corporate videos are going to be with real people who are probably anxious and looking to get their on-air time over with — so why not help them out as best you can?Using a two-camera setup will give you much more leeway in post to make your subjects look and sound good. With two cameras, you can piece together the best parts of all their answers while cutting out all the “ummms” and awkward pauses. Trust me, you’ll be a hero to them when you turn some muttering, nervous wreck into the confident and coherent businessperson they’ll see in the final version.3. Hide Your Lapel MicAs a content-consuming society, we’ve become pretty accustomed to seeing the dark little spots on people’s collars as standard practice. While it’s forgivable, especially when rushed, it will make your video appear more professional if you can hide the lapel mic altogether. Plus, it really isn’t that hard. All you need is a little piece of gaff tape and the pluckiness to ask your subject to run it up their shirt to hide it completely from view.4. Bring Extra ClothesImage via ShutterstockWhen working with a video production company, we always told people to bring two extra shirts/outfits and two extra ties to the shoot. Unless you have room in the budget for a wardrobe department (if you do, congrats!), you’ll need to be prepared in case a subject shows up in clothing that won’t work on camera. Check all clothing for moiré patterns or awkward colors.5. Make It FunImage via Orion PicturesIn a way, your corporate video shoot will always be a fun break in your client’s usually routine (and very possibly boring) day. People will be awkward, nervous and have some very skewed premonitions of what being on camera is like. Your first goal when shooting is to get your subjects relaxed and engaged. Ask them familiar and easy questions at first, tell them a joke, bring an emergency stash of mini-wine bottles (half-joking). The more comfortable you can get them with you and the bright lights and cameras, the better they will be.Have any other tips for shooting corporate videos that you’d like to share? Let us know in the comments!last_img read more

How to Organically Incorporate Close-Ups Into Your Edit

How to Organically Incorporate Close-Ups Into Your Edit

first_imgClose-ups and extreme close-ups have the power to be intimate, terrifying, and hilarious. Placing these shots naturally in your work is tricky — but not impossible.Top image via Warner Bros.Close-ups have been around since the beginning of film. They’re used in everything you watch and are an essential part of filmmaking. Whether you’re shooting commercials, music videos, corporate video or actual movies, close-ups are a necessity and need to be utilized in the proper way at the appropriate time.Building TensionImage via MGM StudiosSergio Leone was a master of the close-up. Not only would he use super-wide lenses for extreme close-ups of eyes, hands, guns, and mouths, but he would edit his scenes in a way that built tension like nobody’s business. Instead of using actual camera and body movement to convey the tense nature of a scene, Leone would cut from medium shot to close-up to extreme close-up while moving back and forth between characters. The result was intense to say the least.In doing this, the audience moves with you from one desired gaze to the next. This quick, direct cutting gives the viewer no time to think — just feel.An extreme close-up of the eye is a classic method for showing character reactions and emotions. A dilating, widening, or shutting eye conveys a sense of suddenness and tension that is hard to replicate with other body movements. Roman Holiday released this wonderful video compilation of extreme eye close-ups to show you the possibilities and appeal of using these shots.TransitionalImage via Universal PicturesClose-ups can be an excellent way of transitioning to the next scene. Because of the screen-filling, eye-encompassing nature of close-ups, the object in frame is usually the ONLY object in frame. Nothing else matters. When moving from scene to scene, cutting away to an object or person that might also be in the next scene is an excellent way of transitioning by means of distraction.This method of transition is put to perfect use by Edgar Wright. Wright has discussed in the past why he likes close-ups and how close-ups can be implemented in an intelligent way.Every Frame A Painting also produced an enlightening video on why Edgar Wright’s editing and camera work is some of the best out there. Worth the watch!Using MacroImage via A24Regardless of the genre or style of video you’re producing, macro lens close-ups can be seamlessly woven into the plot — or they can be exceptionally jarring. When a character is looking at something, cut to that extremely close-up shot of the “something.” On the opposite end of the spectrum, wake your audience up with a jolting close-up.The above image is from Jonathan Glazer’s Under the Skin, set against the white backdrop, the central alien character discovers an ant crawling on her finger. The staggeringly close shot of the ant makes it seem monstrous as it moves around on her massive finger. This shot immediately disappears and returns to wide, leaving the viewer suspended and wondering what they just saw. The cut makes the shot of the ant that much more appalling and disturbing.Taking a more light-hearted approach to a macro shot of ants, director Peyton Reed, used macro lenses to get actual shots of ants and the environments for Ant-Man. This creative use of macro photography is an excellent example of how close-ups can produce a stunning experience for the audience.Video via MarvelFor some compelling close-up examples, check out these super cuts featuring master directors making use of the technique:David FincherQuentin TarantinoPaul Thomas AndersonMartin Scorcese Jonathan DemmeGot any favorite close-up moments? Share them in the comments below!last_img read more

If You Asked Over Email, You Did Not Ask

If You Asked Over Email, You Did Not Ask

first_img Essential Reading! Get my 2nd book: The Lost Art of Closing “In The Lost Art of Closing, Anthony proves that the final commitment can actually be one of the easiest parts of the sales process—if you’ve set it up properly with other commitments that have to happen long before the close. The key is to lead customers through a series of necessary steps designed to prevent a purchase stall.” Buy Now A reader of this blog wrote to me to ask how he could increase the number of appointments he was acquiring through his prospecting efforts. He is struggling, and he is intent on improving his results, and he is looking for ways to do so. This is smart. If what you are doing isn’t working, you need to make adjustments.To gain some context, I asked this reader how many asks he has made to date. He told me that he has asked for a meeting 17 times, and then he added that all of these requests were made by email.No AskIt is unfair to suggest that the content of your ask over email isn’t right or that it won’t produce a meeting. That is expecting something of the medium that the medium isn’t capable of producing (with rare exceptions). Email gives conflict-adverse people with sales titles hope that they can succeed without having to interrupt people, and it is often their preferred form of rejection because then they do not have to hear it verbalized.An email request for a meeting is the same as not having asked for a meeting at all unless you know the person and you are following up on a call and a voicemail.You are a stranger. Your dream client doesn’t know you. Your message requesting an appointment is not very different from spam, a message from a stranger to ask for something. Because the “growth hacker” types have decided to automate prospecting, the choice of email to ask for an appointment is diminished further now that everyone realizes these emails have been completely automated. Your email is suspect, if it is not deleted with extreme prejudice.In a world where everyone is zagging, you should zig. In a world where human interactions are being automated, being human creates a competitive mismatch and asymmetry that creates an advantage.You Ask for a MeetingIf you are going to ask for a meeting, then you do the asking. You are not your dream client’s pen pal. Get out from behind the screen and pick up the phone and call the person you are asking for a meeting and ask them. When you hear “no,” resolve that person’s concern, promise to trade more in value than the time you are requesting, and ask again for the meeting.If you don’t hear the “no” response with your own ears, then you did not make an ask. Unless you can hear your email being deleted.last_img read more

Azkals draw Yemen, stay unbeaten in AFC Asian Cup qualifier

Azkals draw Yemen, stay unbeaten in AFC Asian Cup qualifier

first_imgDon’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READ NATO’s aging eye in the sky to get a last overhaul LATEST STORIES But Yemen always proved dangerous on the break and the visitors pulled ahead again in the 55th minute with a well worked counter attack completed by Abdul Al-Matari. James snatched another equalizer with a header off a Manny Ott delivery in the 71st minute as the Azkals grabbed a share of the points. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next View comments CONTRIBUTED PHOTO/STEPHEN TANBACOLOD CITY – It was a bittersweet homecoming for national team veterans Phil and James Younghusband last Tuesday night. Returning to the stadium where they represented the Philippines for the first time as teenagers, the Younghusband brothers scored a goal each to salvage a 2-2 draw against Yemen in AFC Asian Cup Qualifying here. ADVERTISEMENT Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ Celebrity chef Gary Rhodes dies at 59 with wife by his side Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’center_img Celebrity chef Gary Rhodes dies at 59 with wife by his side Hotel says PH coach apologized for ‘kikiam for breakfast’ claim Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles01:29Yemen forces secure Presidential Palace in Aden01:30Eriksson’s ‘Azkals’ put Philippines on Asian Cup map02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games For all the talk on their struggles of traveling and finding difficulty with the weather conditions here, the Yemenis looked likely to score each time they counter. “We’re satisfied with the result considering the difficult conditions of playing here,” said Yemen coach Abrham Mebratu. “Traveling here was tough and I have to give my players credit for fighting hard until the final whistle. We would have loved to get three points and take top spot in the group, but the Philippines also showed why it is one of the top teams in the group. We’re happy with our position now and we can be proud with the performance because the players have not played in this kind of weather.”The Azkals increased their haul to seven points from three matches for top spot in the group with Yemen two points behind. The two sides face off anew in Doha on Oct 10.Mudir Al Radaei gave Yemen a shock lead in the 27th minute with a diving header off a corner kick, stunning the crowd atPanaad. But Phil levelled three minutes later with a trademark free kick, scoring from 30 yards out – a goal similar to his strike against Tajikistan last June and Indonesia last December in the Suzuki Cup.ADVERTISEMENT UP appeals to overturn UAAP ruling on Ouattara’s eligibility Trump signs bills in support of Hong Kong protesters The result at Panaad Stadium was enough to keep the Azkals on top of Group F, although the Filipinos feel slightly disappointed not to make the most of home advantage against a team that had a difficult time reaching this football-loving city. “We’re a bit disappointed not to get three points, but the team fought hard until the end,” said Phil Younghusband who jacked up his tally to 47 international goals. “We can still take a lot of positives from this game. We’re still top of the group and hopefully get a better result next time.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSBoxers Pacquiao, Petecio torchbearers for SEA Games opening“I’m happy with the 2-2 and being in first place in the group,” said Azkals coach Thomas Dooley. “We didn’t get three points but a point is still good. The players gave their all.”Phil equalized with an exquisite free kick in the first half, before James made sure there was no heartbreak for the Azkals with a second half header. Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelolast_img read more