Tests with the newest Leica Summilux C lenses vs. the gold standard Cooke S4s for Fathers and Daughters.
Meet Raphael Rogers, once a graphic designer from Michigan who took off for LA to bring more life and opportunities to his career.
This post give you insight into how we pulled everything off. Need for Speed was shot on four different camera sensors.
They've just relaunched The Music Bed website, and it's really changing the music licensing game.
We tested the GoPro Hero 3 and figured out what it would do best, which was immerse an audience like never before.
The Need for Speed camera test comparisons continue, with the Canon C500 vs. 35mm Kodak film stock.
Thanks so much to everyone who gave it a shot and entered our Where's the GoPro in the Need for Speed Trailer? contest. It wasn't easy, but eight of...
Welcome to the Hurlbut Visuals Blackmagic Cinema Camera Tiffen Variable ND test.
I have been asked by many of our readers to share details regarding my personal Gear Bag. I use a vast array of tools to be able to tell...
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...
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...
Meet Andrew Stroud, a filmmaker from New Zealand.
We run down our top ten most read blog posts from 2013
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.