A brief overview of Shane Hurlbut’s upcoming tour and a chance to save some money on registration.Read more "Shane Hurlbut’s Illumination Experience Cinematography Tour"
Why color grading is an important skill for all you small or 1-man crews.Read more "Why The 1-Man Crew Needs Color Grading Skills"
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"
World-renown, award-winning, ex-SWAT commando-turned-wedding filmmaker Ray Roman gives us a mini-seminar on succeeding in this biz. You do NOT want to miss this.Read more "Ray Roman on Crossing the 180 (X180-083)"
Today ASC cinematographer Bruce Logan shares his sage advice from nearly 40 yeas in Hollywood. Plus inside info on the making of Zacuto’s latest shootout.Read more "Bruce Logan ASC (x180-081)"
This week’s we have a Vimeo award-winning filmmaker, music tips, and Shane Hurlbut with C300 tips. And there’s a bit at the end of the show that will absolutely crack you up.Read more "Ted Tremper: Comedian Improvisational Filmmaker (x180-079)"
I don’t care how many other interviews of Jonathan you might have seen, read or heard, this one will take you to places you’ve never been before. One of the longest episodes ever…and worth every second!Read more "Jonathan Yi and the Making of His Canon C300 Review on Crossing the 180"
No, this is not a title for a groundbreaking Supreme Court ruling. It’s a reference to today’s guest guest and the documentary film he’s shooting. Jared is a seasoned filmmaker and cinematographer (and he can really call himself that as he’s worked extensively with actual 35mm films). He’s co-founder of Wide Open Camera in Los […]Read more "Jared Abrams and the Board of Education"
Producing our 48 Hour Film Project had a series of “firsts” for me. One of those firsts I mentioned was the first time for me shooting with a Zeiss Compact Prime CP.2 cinema lens (pdf link) (specifically the 35mm T2.1). There’s a lot of talk among DSLR filmmakers about the joy and benefits of using […]Read more "A Quick Primer on Using Zeiss CP.2 Cinema Lenses"
Ask any professional filmmaker or photographer worth her weight in lens caps, and she’ll tell you that light is tantamount to a successful shoot. It’s because of lighting a set properly that significantly adds to how long it takes to shoot a film. I would guess that most of you out there who make this your profession […]Read more "The Importance of Lighting Design"