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Even before I started working as a professional colorist, I had always loved to toy around with color settings within my editing software to enhance the look of my footage. One of the most common looks that I would implement (and still do to this day) is the low contrast look, which can be really […]Read more →
I make a point not to post about rumors often on this site, however in the past few weeks many credible sources have pre-emptively stated that Canon will be releasing their C300 Mark II before NAB in April of this year. Although there has been no official announcement or statement from Canon, where there’s smoke […]Read more →
When I first launched this blog, I never could have imagined how quickly it would grow and how many filmmakers that it would help every day. It’s been just over two years since my first post, and since then the site has changed and improved substantially, and I’m very happy to say that there are more […]Read more →
If you’ve been following my site over the last few months, you probably know that I am developing a feature film – currently titled ‘Ivy’. This post is the third instalment of my Feature Film Journal, which is intended to loosely document the filmmaking process from start to finish for all of you readers out […]Read more →
There have been a handful of camera announcements over the past few weeks, but perhaps the most exciting news has revolved around the new Olympus E-M5 MK II. I will be doing a full video review on this camera in the next month or two, but in the mean time I wanted to share my first impressions of this […]Read more →
Last week Canon slashed their prices yet again on the C100 and C500, making both cameras more affordable than ever. This is great news for anyone in the market for a new cinema camera from Canon, and very well may also indicate a shift in the company’s overall strategy. I’ve been a fan of Canon’s cinema cameras for a little […]Read more →
With color grading software like DaVinci Resolve and Adobe Speedgrade being readily available to just about anyone with access to the internet, it’s no surprise that more and more filmmakers are attempting to color their own footage. In many cases, I would advise against coloring your own work unless like myself, you also work as […]Read more →
2014 was a big year for camera releases, especially in the DSLR/DSLM world. The Lumix GH4 and Sony A7S largely stole the spotlight, with both cameras offering incredible image quality, 4K capabilities, and loads of other great video features that got filmmakers everywhere excited… But one camera that hasn’t had as much buzz as we’ve seen […]Read more →
Earlier this week, the highly anticipated short film “ANOMALY” (directed by Salomon Lighthelm & Dan DiFelice) was released online for free, and it pretty much took over the internet. Within minutes of it’s release, the film started racking up thousands upon thousands of views on Vimeo before eventually getting staff picked and shared on countless sites and blogs […]Read more →
As many of you know, I am someone that is particularly obsessed with the ‘film look’. Much of my directorial work is narrative based, and as such I am naturally drawn to a more cinematic look as it is often conducive to the dramatic stories that I like to tell. And although I am far […]Read more →
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