I spoke at “Adobe Tips and Flicks” in 2012 about “out of the box” filmmaking with the Canon 5D MkII on Act of Valor.
The similarities of 16mm film and the Blackmagic Cinema Camera (BMCC) and why it is a great training ground for cinematographers.
Matching different lenses to save time during color correction.
The Spyder Datacolor is my KISS (Keep it Simple Stupid) recipe for color correction success. Many of you have asked me how I mix so many formats so seamlessly.
More camera tests between the Blackmagic Cinema Camera, Arri Alexa and Sony F5
This post give you insight into how we pulled everything off. Need for Speed was shot on four different camera sensors.
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 you correctly answered all of the trivia questions and uploaded the two correct screenshots
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 all types of stories. I wanted to break it down with detail.
Find the GoPro Hero 3 shots in the new Need for Speed SuperBowl Trailer and enter to win.
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 extensive tests between the Red Epic and the Canon C500 were conducted over three days with seven other cameras.
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.
Shutter angle is an important story-telling tool. As a Director of Photography, I love this technique and wanted to show you how I have used it to assist in the character’s emotional arc.
With the price decrease on the Blackmagic Cinema Camera, new functions, firmware upgrades and the anticipated delivery of the Pocket Cam, I thought it would be perfect timing to run more of the tests that I did for Need for Speed.
Shane Hurlbut, ASC discusses what you need to work on the HDSLR platform.