I’ve been a fan of CAME-TV camera gimbals for a while. The CAME-Single has been my gimbal of choice when working with small and mid-sized DSLM / DSLR-type cameras. So, I was excited to try out the CAME-Optimus, the successor of the CAME-Single. Continue reading CAME-TV Optimus – the successor to my favorite gimbal for DSLR / DSLM cameras
Since I got the GH5, I have been using it in different set-ups, with a variety of lenses and accessories. In this video I show you some of the rigs.
Here is a quick look at how my home studio looks like right now. It’s still work in progress, but I am already able to work at a much faster pace. So, the move to the new space is paying off. Continue reading My studio tripods from Secced
Color grading is challenging enough, but it is much more so when you don’t have a professional monitor. There are many good monitors out there, but they cost thousands of dollars. I wasn’t quite prepared to spend that much money, though. Continue reading Best video and photo editing monitor: here’s what I bought
In today’s tutorial, I show you how I recreated a scene from the movie “Sin City”. Continue reading How we remade a scene from “Sin City”
Today’s tutorial is on the long side – almost half hour – but it covers techniques that are crucial to filmmakers and photographers. There is a lot of information about how to remove noise from your images, while making them cinematic. So, here we go! Continue reading How to get CRISP noiseless videos & photos – in any light and with any camera!
I am super excited to announce the release of new LUTs. These 20 LUTs have been inspired by some of the most memorable,
– and certainly visually remarkable – films. Continue reading I’ve finished my Famous Movies LUTs!
Today, we’re recreating a scene from “Road To Perdition“. Continue reading Cinematography of “Road To Perdition” – recreating a Hollywood scene
In today’s video my brother and I have fun recreating an iconic scene from “The Matrix”. The video talks about all the elements that go into creating such a scene – but, of course, doing it the low-budget way. Continue reading “The Matrix: Retired” – recreating famous movie scenes