Nikolay Shipilin - designer

Complete Cleaning Janitorial Page

December
27th,
2012

CleanSacJanitorial company I would trust cleaning my office. Small yet very detail oriented firm is now open to take care of your mess while you are out of your office and enjoy your time off. Complete Cleaning Janitorial is their name and I built a page for them.

Sacramento Taxi Cab Web Page

December
7th,
2012

Sacramento Taxi Cab CompanyHere is a new page. http://SacCab.com It’s published and live, ready to work for your convenience. Everyone check it out, “fave” it and take advantage of 15% online booking discount.
The page allows you to calculate your trip, see the distance, traveling time, fare and discounted price ALL before you ever have to provide any personal information. Check it out! Let me know if you find any bugs in it…

Time-Lapse Project

November
28th,
2012

This project took at least 6 hours of shooting and couple more in editing. Final result – 1 minute video. Enjoy!

The Animal Protector in Sacramento

November
4th,
2012

TheAnimalProtectorThe City of Sacramento now has an animal protector – pet lawyer. Check out this page I built for him and know that animals welfare is now in good hands of John Mounier Sr. – The Animal Protector

Condos on Maui – I was there…

September
30th,
2012

HaleKamaoleHale Kamaole is the name of the place. What a great project it’s being… I got to travel to Maui, Hi to take pictures of the condominiums for the web page I built. Check it out. Nice condos and beautiful scenery around them… Visit MauiCondoDirect.com and see for yourself.

Hawaii Anniversary Shoot

September
29th,
2012

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On Location shoot – Maui

September
23rd,
2012

Sunset Love

Sunset Love

Kisses

Kisses

Hot...

Hot…

Great opportunity to combine work and vacation. Having on location shoot and relaxing in pleasant Hawaiian climate. Tons of photos are taken and lots of fun and memories stored…

Rieca ART web page project

September
15th,
2012

RiecaI had pleasure working with a local artist who builds these pieces of furniture art using magazines, scissors and glue. Hand-made tables, chairs, chests and other unique pieces for decoration of your home. Part of the project was photography of these pieces which allowed me to actually touch them. Great work, Rieca! RiecaArt.com

How to pick a digital camera…

August
28th,
2012

I’m learning to speak effectively (taking class at the Art Institute of California – Sacramento) and figured – I might as well share this useful info with the rest of the world. Hope this helps you…

Summary:
Do you have a digital camera? Are you happy with it? Was it a challenge for you to pick this camera?
The purpose of my speech is to demonstrate how to evaluate your needs and wants in order to pick a camera that’s right for you.
I am a professional photographer with over 8 years of experience, a photography tutor and a president of a photo club at the Art Institute of California – Sacramento.
I believe this steps will help you get from “IDK” what camera to I need a camera that is…. And has… before you walk in your camera store.
There are four main steps in process of choosing the camera that’s right for you and they are 1. Get a clue! 2. Decide who you are! 3. Answer if you need a brand or a camera. 4. Plan and budget!

A. Get a clue! Research.
1. What are your goals with the camera you’re buying?
2. Quality vs portability. Looks vs Durability. iPhone camera?
3. Simplicity VS control. Do you know your “shhhheep”?
B. Decide who you are in the process.
1. Are you a pro or an amateur having fun?
2. Camera: Tool or a Toy.
3. When buying on sale – think if you’d buy it without the sale?
C. Brand or camera?
1. Impression VS prints.
D. Make a plan and buy.
1. Budget for good memory card.
2. Plan for a spare battery.
3. Invest into a tripod.

One more time…
1. Get a clue about the modern camera gear choices.
2. Decide who you are in the process
3. Are you branded or smart?
4. Stick to your plan.

If properly planned and thought out – the camera will deliver exactly as expected and will be worth every penny spent.

Title Sequence – Motion Graphics

August
21st,
2012


Motion graphics project I shot and produced for a short film called 3rd and Market by Brandie Rovito.
Movie Trailer:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20HabzNhCxI