Today on the show we have cinematographer and educator Ryan E. Walters. Ryan is so skilled at what he does, that he was invited by Zacuto to take part in their “Revenge of the Great Camera Shootout 2012.” (Ryan was the cinematographer assigned to the RED.) In this episode Ryan talks about his background; how […]Read more "Cinematographer Ryan Walters on Crossing the 180 #101"
Every decision you make as a filmmaker should serve your story. But what happens when you have to explain your art? A lesson from production on THE HOBBIT.Read more "When Artists Have to Explain Their Art"
Seven key points to consider when picking a camera for a video gig.Read more "Picking the Right Camera for the Job"
Today we go behind the scenes of the “wedding highlights” spoof (shot on the Scarlet) that I blogged about yesterday. Find out how they did it and why I think it caused so much confusion.Read more "The Making of Mo Squad"
In my ten years as a professional video producer, I’ve never seen a wedding highlights film this good. EVER! Eat your hearts out StillMotion and Joe Simon. :)Read more "Best Wedding Highlights EVER!"
The recent announcements at NAB has made me more convinced on the wisdom of renting vs. buying. What do you think? Join the conversation.Read more "I May Never Buy a Camera Again"
Today we have the co-directors of one of the most fascinating and inspiring documentaries I’ve seen in a long time, “PressPausePlay.” You absolutely don’t want to miss this!Read more "Victor Köhler and David Dworsky – Directors of PressPausePlay"
With all the talk of expensive cameras, I’m reminded that the career of renown commercial/music photog Zack Arias was significantly boosted based on a Flip video he shot.Read more "The Flip Video That Launched a Giant"
If you want a 180 degree different take on the big Canon announcement today, then I challenge you to read this. I kept it short today.Read more "November 3 Will Not Affect Me In the Least"
Back in the early 2000’s celebrity event filmmaker turned post-production house entrepreneur Paul Korver started shooting weddings on 35mm film. Yes, that’s right folks. He shot high profile weddings on the same super expensive film format that his movie star clients were used to being shot on for their films. Was it overkill for a […]Read more "Is This the Wedding Video Every Event Photographer Should Fear"