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As a loyal Lumix shooter and customer for years, replacing my GH4 with a Sony A7S II was no easy decision. Since the GH2 I’ve been a big fan of the Lumix mirrorless lineup, and their cameras have done very well for me on countless projects. But after several years of shooting on the GH2, GH3 […]Read more →
As many readers of this site know, I have been working on setting up a brand new two day workshop for some time now, and am very excited to be officially announcing it today! Last year I held my first ever Digital Cinema Bootcamp, and it was truly an amazing experience all around. It was such a pleasure to […]Read more →
The 28mm lens has long been one of my favorites. In fact this is now the second article that I’m writing about this seemingly magical focal length, which can deliver so much character and dimension under the right circumstances. With that said, I don’t always find myself using a 28mm lens for close ups, since after all it is […]Read more →
In the three years I’ve been running and writing content for this blog, I’ve never shared any articles from other websites. Not because I don’t want to support other publications, but rather because the purpose of this site is and always has been to share original & personal content – whether it be in the form of […]Read more →
Convergent Design just announced a new flagship product – The Apollo, which is bound to excite a very wide variety of content creators. In a nutshell, the Apollo is an exceptionally powerful monitor/recorder that has the ability to capture up to 4 individual cameras simultaneously, which is pretty astounding. One of the most exciting trends in […]Read more →
As many of you know, I am a huge fan of FilmConvert and have been using it as my primary film stock emulation tool since it was first released. In fact one of the very first articles on this blog (way back when) was centered around it’s release, so naturally I was excited when the FC team […]Read more →
Blackmagic has been working long and hard to make their flagship color grading software (Resolve) a full fledged NLE and finishing system. While previous iterations of the software offered solid editorial functionality, it wasn’t until version 12 that everything changed. Personally speaking, I’ve had such an amazing experience editing projects on Resolve 12 that it’s […]Read more →
Over the past couple of years RED has seemingly been looking to take over the very high end cinema camera market, with Arri directly in their crosshairs. But with the recent official announcement of their new entry level camera – The Raven, it looks like the company’s strategy may be shifting. Although the idea of an entry […]Read more →
The last couple of weeks have been filled with camera and gear announcements, many of which came out of IBC 2015 (Europe’s answer to NAB). The usual suspects – Sony, Blackmagic, RED, and others were there to announce their latest products, and I’ve rounded up some of the highlights for you guys here. Sony A7S II […]Read more →
I recently started a video podcast co-hosted by David Thies – a friend of mine and an excellent television director/DP in his own right. Dave and I have created some content together in the past, but decided to start a video podcast to capture some of our gear/industry related discussions for all of you to listen in […]Read more →
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