We get a lot of questions asking for camera recommendations. Sometimes, we can see that one of the factors that people base their decision on is the quality of the camera’s autofocus. So, let us quickly address this issue. Continue reading Which DSLR/DSLM camera has the best autofocus?
Those of you who have been patiently – or impatiently – waiting for the GH4 4K camera, listen up. B&H Photo Video has them in stock right now. The body costs $1,697.99 and includes expedited shipping.
For those of you who have not seen the 2005 low-budget indie film Side Effects starring Katherine Heigl, I recommend watching it. It is not because the film is great – it actually has a lot of shortcomings – but it definitely is interesting, especially for filmmakers looking to learn from others what to do and what not to do.
Indie filmmakers have to always be efficient and resourceful. This type of filmmaking, though, develops skills that can be critical even when working with multimillion dollar budgets. A great example of this is Dallas Buyers Club directed by Jean-Marc Vallee. Continue reading Film Shoot Without Lights – how Dallas Buyers Club was made
Are you looking for something to inspire you to get you working on your next movie? Then you have to see “Junk Head 1” – a stop-motion animated film by Takahide Hori. It’s brilliant. Continue reading Indie Filmmaking Gem – Stop-Motion Film By Takahide Hori
Janusz Kaminski has directed an interesting series of eleven shorts (or vignettes) for the New York Times. Each short is one-minute long and uses only one actor – but a great one, for example, Cate Blanchett, Robert Redford. The super short format doesn’t allow for much storytelling, but the vignettes still manage to be entertaining. But what stood out for me the most was the cinematography. Continue reading Great cinematography in a series of shorts by Janusz Kaminski
As you are probably aware, the AMC series “Breaking Bad” has come to an end. Continue reading Forbes’ Insightful interview with DP of “Breaking Bad” Michael Slovis