Today on the show we have the cinematic mind behind Mindcastle Films, Casey Warren. In a just seven years, Casey’s company has gone from shooting primarily weddings and personal events, to a world-renowned studio that now primarily does commercial work for such companies as Canon, ESPN and Major League Baseball. He has a signature style born from a photography background that has won him filmmaking fans worldwide.
Today on the show Casey discusses:
- How he got his start shooting senior portraits
- How the work he did in weddings lead to doing a job for ESPN
- How he got the Canon gig
- His process for putting together commercial video shoot crews
- Pricing for commercial jobs
- His approach to color grading
- How the loss of his parents shifted his focus
- And more.
Post Credits Fun
Sorry. No post credits fun this week.
Enter Drawing for Free Music
Each week we will also give away a free song from Triple Scoop Music (a $60 value). All you have to do is tweet one of these two lines…
Hey @rondawson, the featured @triplscoopmusic artist this week on @crossingthe180 is NAME
Hey @rondawson, the featured @triplscoopmusic song this week on @crossingthe180 is NAME
Replace NAME with the name of the artist or the song. It doesn’t have to be the artist’s Twitter name, but if you DO find and include their Twitter handle, I’ll enter you twice! You have to enter the tweet exactly like this so that I know you’ve done it and because there’s no “e” in Triple Scoop Music’s twitter handle. Your best bet is to copy and paste. Do this throughout the week and on next week’s show I’ll announce the winner. You can do this every week until further notice.
Triple Scoop Music is also offering a discount on your next purchase. You gotta listen to the episode to find out the code.
Working with Wireless Mics and the Difference Between HDMI and HD SDI
This week Mike Duval is back from LensProToGo. Today Mike talks about working with wireless mics and choosing MHz channels.
And from Zacuto we have DP extraordinaire Jens Bogehegn talking about the difference between HDMI and HD SDI and the benefits of their EVF.