W. Lawrence Stevens is a veteran glamour photographer whose body of work is frequently seen in magazines, DVDs and on satellite, cable and pay-per-view television networks worldwide. WLS is currently a monthly contributor to Penthouse magazine and i... [more]
W. Lawrence Stevens is a veteran glamour photographer whose body of work is frequently seen in magazines, DVDs and on satellite, cable and pay-per-view television networks worldwide. WLS is currently a monthly contributor to Penthouse magazine and is credited most recently with the June 2010 cover.
WLS currently leads the production and photographic teams for “Hot Pink TV” which is in its 14th successful season on pay-per-view on Dish Network and iNDemand Pay Per View. Here is an example of the production value of Hot Pink TV: http://www.fantasyone.com/casting/erica.wmv
In addition to centerfold photography, WLS is an experienced entertainment attorney with a law practice in Los Angeles. www.WeinLawGroup.com
WLS spends his free time playing lead guitar in the classic rock cover band "Rod Lightning & the Thunderbolts of Love" (www.Rodlightning.com) and is also an avid collector and historian of vintage vacuum tube guitar amplifiers from the 1950s and 60s.
For some behind the scenes photos of the productions: check out BeckyLeBeauTV.com: http://www.beckylebeautv.com/ and the connected Facebook pages.
December 7th 2009
Beverly Hills, California
End the Agony by W. Lawrence Stevens 5 years ago We are a content producer needing to deliver programming to various cable and satellite systems, including Bell TV Canada, Vubiquity and Dish. Until last year, we did everything old-school via layoff
Re: End the Agony by Craig Seeman 5 years ago W. Lawrence Stevens "we can't find the right software package that meets our needs of pro quality, relative ease of use and the ability to generate output with emphasis on MPEG-2 (" I'm confused by t
.MOV to MPEG2 by W. Lawrence Stevens 5 years ago Hi friends: We need to deliver to Vubiquity in MPEG2 format mpg. Our source content is XDCAM. We have tried a number of different products which purported to make the conversion but nevertheless don't
Re: .MOV to MPEG2 by John Rofrano 5 years ago W. Lawrence Stevens "Is there an inexpensive, reliable solution "Have you tried Sony Catalyst Browse (which is FREE!) It will read XDCAM files and allow you to transcode them to a variety of formats
Problems after software update by David Fortin 7 years ago Installed the Software Updates by mistake on my MAC. Now, any video that has the Apple XDCAM EX codec will NOT play in any application. In QuickTime 7.66 or 10.0 the audio plays, but there is only BLA
Re: Problems after software update by W. Lawrence Stevens 7 years ago After extensive trial and error, we managed to solve the problem. It is definitely the ProApps update. We couldn't update our OS and didn't have a full clone backup. We started by creating a drive wit
Advanced Digital Delivery in FCP? by W. Lawrence Stevens 9 years ago Hi friends: We have been selected by a major pay television distributor to begin experimenting witll 100% digital delivery of HD programming. We shoot 1920x1080 35mbs (Sony XDCam) post with FCP (duh)
Clip in / out vs. Media start / end by W. Lawrence Stevens 10 years ago When we create subclips from a master clip by marking in and out point, the resulting subclips don't have in and out time code in the logging screen. Rather, FCP indicates only a media "start" and "en
Making HD Picture "Pretty" by W. Lawrence Stevens 10 years ago We are shooting the new PMW-350 Excam and this is our first experience with true 1080 HD. We shoot glamour for pay per view television and are known for a very polished and attractive production value
Re: Making HD Picture "Pretty" by W. Lawrence Stevens 10 years ago Thanks Todd. Good advice. We have not tried to post anything yet but that is coming very soon. I am assuming there are alot of software post options to achive the look I am after as well. Re: Glamour,
HMI Light Phasing by W. Lawrence Stevens 11 years ago Hi folks: New guy here but I have been shooting pro glamour photography for pay per view television for nearly 20 years. Here is small sample of my work: http: www.wlstevens.com I'm trying to solve a
Re: HMI Light Phasing by W. Lawrence Stevens 11 years ago Todd: Thanks so much for your very helpful input. I was pretty much thinking the same thing; namely, proceed with a process of elimination starting with the ballast. It also makes more sense that the