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These extensive tests between the Red Epic and the Canon C500 were conducted over three days with seven other cameras.
Being the gatekeeper of the Hurlbut inventory, I see all types of gear come and go every week.
This post give you insight into how we pulled everything off. Need for Speed was shot on four different camera sensors.
The Why, The Where and The When to Move the Camera: Using a Dolly on Mr. 3000
Watch the “On the Couch” interview Lydia and I did with Nino Leitner at Cinegear.
The NeedCreative Podcast is an online radio show that covers topics related to creativity. I had the privilege of being the guest of co-hosts Paul Antico and Jason Sidelinger from Anticipate Media to discuss my history and experiences in the film industry.
Using stockings to add a glow, a pearlescent quality, to transport you to a time period that had a sense of glamor, when movie stars were king.
Matching different lenses to save time during color correction.
I love lenses and examining the subtle differences with each one so I am confident in the resulting image.
Nikon lenses are sharp with a little softer contrast than the Zeiss lenses. The older A lenses are nice because they have a wider
I am always in pursuit of new lighting technology, and this Rosco LitePad kit knocked me out with its size, versatility, color and punch.
This week’s post will focus on the subject of DSLR cinema and a fantastic resource known by the same name – DSLR Cinema: Crafting the Film Look with Large Sensor Video Cameras.
My Book Light tutorial on how to build it and why it is so useful. Plus, how I got started in this business.
This week we take you through Canon C500 and Arri Alexa tests of IR Filtration, Interior Latitude, Night ISO, and Night Driving.
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.
The combination of the MoVI, Canon C500, aerial drones and Leica glass was a slam dunk on this Acura commercial.