How a mishap led to an opportunity to do something magnificent!Read more "When Mishaps Lead to Magnificence"
Today I reveal how I handled one of the most nerve-racking situations that a live event filmmaker will face.Read more "The Live Event Filmmaker’s Survival Guide – Part 2"
Today I offer a play-by-play account of how I handled one of the most stressful situations any live event filmmaker can face. Prepare to take notes.Read more "The Live Event Filmmaker’s Survival Guide – Part 1"
A break down of what went into the making of my comedy short film “Lawn.” I cover lighting, shot list, color grading and more.Read more "My Purpose and Process for Personal Work"
Last Friday I talked about the importance of creating policies and procedures. In that post, I talked about the value of having a written equipment check list to go through before ever shoot. There’s another list that’s pretty important if you’re a filmmaker: the shot list. This is the process I learned in filmmaking classes […]Read more "Creating a Shot List"
In just the past few days I’ve seen some videos created by photographers that, as a filmmaker, caused me to cringe. It’s one of the biggest, if not the biggest issue photographers-turned-filmmakers have. Crappy audio. This is an issue I’ve addressed a number of times before. So I sorta feel like a broken record. But […]Read more "Photographers Need to Take Audio More Seriously"