Shooting Need for Speed
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Enjoy more Need for Speed behind the scenes shots below.
Need for Speed photos by Derek Johnson
The Need for Speed camera test comparisons continue, with the Canon C500 vs. 35mm Kodak film stock.
We have a few days off from shooting, so here is a poll. Filming on Need for Speed moves...
We tested the GoPro Hero 3 and figured out what it would do best, which was immerse an audience...
This post give you insight into how we pulled everything off. Need for Speed was shot on four different...
These extensive tests between the Red Epic and the Canon C500 were conducted over three days with seven other...
This podcast covers how we put you in the driver's seat at 180mph on Need for Speed, plus more...
More camera tests between the Blackmagic Cinema Camera, Arri Alexa and Sony F5
The Codex S Recorder is incredibly lightweight and gives you assurance that your negative is under lock and key....
I want to one day be like the great Hurlburt.
Your first step, grasshopper, will be to learn the proper spelling of Hurlbut. ;-)
The least we can do is take the time to complete the survey and give back to the man and his staff who do so much to share the endless information we all benefit from. Thank You and keep up the great work!
Daniel Mendoza. Thank you for the kind words and support.
Heard you were working on another movie from Lydia, hope all went well and can’t wait to see it in theaters.
Have a great weekend. Take care of yourself and keep the great video coming.
Ron in Tyler, Texas
Ron Whitting, thank you for all of your support my fiend. Still on it and wrap on July 10th.
As i. Said some where on Shane’s blog. It was his Herb Ritts story / behind the scenes that still resonates with me. I filled out the survey. Was glad to!
Laurence Zankowski. Thank you for the kind words and support.
Solid info, educational, and inspiring.
Best, James Wicks
James Wicks. Thank you for the kind words and support.
Had a brief work experience with you and crew on Prudential sunset spot. The Herb Ritts story was indeed very good.
Thank you for all the inspirational material.
Sean Harris, That was an amazing spot. Thank you for helping me pull that baby off. You are very welcome.
Sorry I missed the deadline for this, I am a relative newcomer to your site. I would love to contribute to any feedback you need in the future.
Would just like to say how much I appreciate all the time and effort you must put into collating and sharing all this information. It’s absolutely fantastic. I am currently in the throes of trying to wade my way through the jungle of cameras that are now on offer with a view to possibly buying, something I always said I would never do with a movie camera.
I have previously shot using one of the Sony offerings, and have a lot of experience of Sony through the broadcast part of my profession. I also have a lot of experience of Canon and their lenses through my stills work. But trying to decide which way to go in terms of a camera to concentrate on, and possibly buy, with all the different pros and cons is proving very, very difficult.
The information and experiences you’re sharing is a real, unique benefit.
Would love to have some time on the phone with you… anytime…!
Adrian Turpin, we will be offering this opportunity very soon. I am so glad that you enjoy the site. Yes it is a huge amount of work and I love it and all of your comments to keeping the learning process going. Any feedback is great. Thanks
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