The past 3 years have been a very exciting time to be a filmmaker with the many changes in digital [...]
In mid-October, I got a call from McG to see if I was available to do a Mountain [...]
Hello loyal readers, it’s Andrea here to discuss the cost differences between 35MM film and today’s easily accessible Canon DSLR [...]
One Day, 197 Set ups, 12 Shooters & 9 Navy SEALs to bring Jeep COD (Call of Duty) Ride Experience to Life
When I was a kid, I had a fascination with Halloween. Our son, Myles, has inherited this same [...]
In part II, Premiere Pro Product manager, Al Mooney, details the [...]
This summer, my phone rang and my friend, Erica Tremblay, was on the other end of the [...]
After completing the Navy SEAL movie Act of Valor, my team and I created a workflow and camera [...]
An interview with Adobe’s Premiere Pro Product manager. He discusses Adobe’s [...]
Greetings! It is with great pleasure that I accept the opportunity to guest blog with Hurlbut Visuals on the topic [...]
Over the last 6 months, I have been under a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) with a company out of [...]
About a month ago, Shane asked me to join the Elite Team as his editor. There’s an old saying: [...]
We employed Technicolor’s Cinestyle on its maiden voyage. This picture style seemed to work well in [...]
Prepping a movie is one of the most important tasks you have as a cinematographer. You can design the whole movie-organize, create, and schedule it in a way that is best for light.
The first step of media management is to have a place where you can backup your source files. Depending on what operating system (Mac or PC) your editor will be using, you want to format your drives accordingly.
The first time I met Shane was at Bandito Brothers last year, when he asked me to edit “The Last 3 Minutes.” I had worked for the Banditos as a freelance editor for 3 years and had cut [...]
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 [...]
Dissent: Voicing opinions that conflict with those that are commonly accepted or officially espoused.
When my Elite Team and I started blazing this trail, we had already become dissenters. We embraced a technology that in Hollywood was a joke, a fad, not viable. This is one of the great…
The first job that I ever shot with the Canon 5D was as Director and DP on a webisode series that Director of “Terminator Salvation” McG asked me to do. We produced these webisodes as part of the “Terminator Salvation” marketing campaign to be used…
At first glance with the Canon 5D you notice one thing, the minute you plug a mini HDMI cable or a 1/8” mini plug into the outputs on the camera, your LCD screen disappears. It is like a sick magic trick that for some reason, not one person can figure out.
I am on the road again directing for Bandito Brothers www.banditobrothers.com/ and loving it. As a filmmaker, I am taking advantage of this inspiring, creative tool (a 5D camera) while stretching the budget. Our goal is to show the influence of the Marines around the globe while…