Find the GoPro Hero 3 shots in the new Need for Speed SuperBowl Trailer and enter to win.
I’m really pleased to be a judge for the 2014 Sony PROduction Awards.
Whether you have very little experience or consider yourself intermediate or advanced, the educational tour that Patrick Moreau is running is a HOME RUN!
The light meter is essential for matching and to get your head around light ratios as a young cinematographer.
Need for Speed photography was done practically without the existence of CGI cars, planes, helicopters or virtual worlds and done with an elite group of professional drivers and extreme risk takers that put you in the driver seat at 180mph.
Meet Andrew Stroud, a filmmaker from New Zealand.
This podcast covers how we put you in the driver’s seat at 180mph on Need for Speed, plus more on my experience and career.
This week our focus is on adding the little bits that energize video village and make the Canon 1DC focus puller friendly.
The accessorizing required to turn your Canon 1DC into a Movie Making Machine.
These seven books take you on my creative inspirational journey. The written word was added to my tool box and this is when my creativity expanded exponentially.
The Multi-Mount is a modification process developed by Duclos Lenses that offers a variety of mounts to be swapped on a given lens.
These extensive tests between the Red Epic and the Canon C500 were conducted over three days with seven other cameras.
Many of you have asked for feedback on your latest work of art. Here is your opportunity. We are now launching the HV Filmmaker’s Spotlight.
This week we take you through Canon C500 and Arri Alexa tests of IR Filtration, Interior Latitude, Night ISO, and Night Driving.
Here is the first of a three part series on the Arri Alexa vs. the Canon C500 in camera tests for Need for Speed.
Shane’s suggested menu settings for using the Canon 1DC as a cinematic movie maker.
This is the workflow and etiquette that is tried and tested and that I use on all of my commercials, features and music videos.
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.
Color correction gels can be used many ways, but what I will discuss is how to use them in subtle ways to create color contrast with the new digital sensors.