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Shooting in Puerto Rico has tested the Canon 5D Mark II with intense humidity and rain. Yet, every time the camera has delivered.
We shot running footage of motorcycles speeding down roads, splitting traffic, and near misses by literally gaffer taping the Canon 5D to the motorcycle.
Being the gatekeeper of the Hurlbut inventory, I see all types of gear come and go every week.
The CM 250 is a 24” OLED display that is crisp, clean and delivers beautiful blacks.
One week ago I was slated to do two amazing car commercials for the Bandito Brothers, one for Yokohama and the other for Hot Wheels. The spots both had a very unique style and approach. One would be shot with our hybrid 35mm motion picture film and [...]
Demo reel scrutiny. You want to show everything, but short and sweet is simply the best advice I can give you.
How do I create? … Like a 5 year old. Try new things. Be selective. You have to follow your heart and believe in your ability and the longevity of your career.
My cinematography interns and I set out on a mission to showcase the many uses of a polarizing filter.
Making HD look like film has a cocktail and one of the essential ingredients to this flavorful recipe is Neutral Density. You have to keep your exposure on a 5D around a 5.6 to get that beautiful shallow depth of field. The 7D should be around…
Using the right filtration to impose a mood, create a style, encapsulate a time period or just to cream a woman’s skin can be a very powerful visual tool. The first diffusion I go to time and time again, whether it is film or HD, is smoke.
What I think about when I am blocking a scene and my preferences on how to work from the master to the close-up.
My dear friend Frieder Hochheim goes into the history of his innovative,...
How to create DIY fire light to shape and manicure available light and make the ordinary look extraordinary.
Waiting for Lightning, a documentary about pro skateboarding pioneer Danny Way, began production in 2008. Over the course of those four years, the documentary would embrace the modern evolution of camera systems to complete the project.
My suggestion to all of you is to continue to educate yourself. Become a responsible filmmaker who will take the time to understand WHY – because this is what it is all about.
The running scene in “The Ticket” that uses my song “Those Kisses” reminds me why I got into the business of making music for films.