Puerto Rico: Leaving a Legacy


Saso-Leaving a Legacy from gary s chapman on Vimeo.

Juan Tulier, better known a “Saso,” has been playing and coaching soccer in Puerto Rico for more than sixty years. Saso was on the Puerto Rican national team for 28 years, first as a player and later as coach. Today, the physically fit 78-year-old continues coaching young men, mentoring, and helping some get to college on soccer scholarships. Check out the short multi-media piece above.

(Canon 5D2, 50mm , 1/8000 sec, f1.6, ISO1600…yes I made a mistake and shot at 1600 ISO!)

Photo ┬ęCopyright Gary S. Chapman 2010

13 thoughts

  1. Gary,

    I really like this. I love the blend of video with stills. I am assuming you shot the video with your 5D Mark two? I would love to see your gear list sometime; what kind of video head you are using, your Mic and your editing software. I think we should do a multimedia workshop together somewhere. Could be a lot of fun.

  2. Thanks Matt. My desire is to really learn how to blend the two. Both video and stills have their strengths. I did shoot this with the 5D2. I used a Seinheiser MK400 http://www.amazon.com/Sennheiser-MKE-400-Shotgun-Microphone/dp/B0014YVAJG/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1286368327&sr=8-1 plugged into the camera. I also recorded the audio onto an Olympus LS-10, but the other audio worked great. The piece was put together in Final Cut Pro Studio. I still do not have a fluid head for my tripod.

    Yes…a workshop together would be fun.

  3. Gary: What a great subject and wonderful story. You definitely did it justice.
    I’m just now trying to learn to produced multimedia shows. Limiting it to stills and audio until I can get the audio under control. Then I may move on to moving images … not sure yet.

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