Although it’s generally accepted that the continuous autofocus function on the GH5 is poor, I set out to find the “best” settings for the AF. Although I expected to find some limitations to the autofocus for video, Continue reading Autofocus settings for GH5 – one step forward, two steps back
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
Recently, I shot a film recently where I got to use a bunch of new camera gear. One of the things I tested was the new shotgun mic from Aputure. Continue reading Film Shoot Tested! Aputure Deity Condenser Microphone – Is it good?
Early this year I bought the Asus GL553VD, a budget gaming laptop that is also a capable video editing machine (here is my full review of it). I really wanted a laptop with a spacious solid-state drive, but rather than buy a computer with such a drive, I chose a model that is easy upgradeable. This way I could get what I wanted, without breaking the bank. Continue reading Boosting my editing laptop with m.2 SSD
I’ve used various car mounts, including my DIY car mount and suction mounts. But I had not been satisfied until I found the Camtree Gripper G-51. Continue reading $135 PRO Camera Car Mount!
I always liked to play with RC cars as a kid, but I never thought I would be using them for work as a filmmaker! Continue reading RC Camera Platform – Eclipse Rover
In January 2017, my brother and I visited Montañita, a beach town in Ecuador. This special place was the subject of our 2013 documentary “Montañita: Beach Life”. Continue reading Montañita Revisited 2017
Those of you who have been following me for a while know that several yeas ago I made a documentary about an amazing beach town in Ecuador called Montañita. I actually never shared this documentary on my main YouTube channel. So, I decided to release a re-edited version of this film. Continue reading Re-edit and re-release of my documentary “Montañita”
We were contacted by Foton, which is a Polish company that produces camera accessories. They wanted us to test out and let them know what we think of their new motorized slider the Varanus VS2.
I was busy at the moment on another job, so I asked a friend of mine, a talented photographer Akash Wadhwani, to help out by testing the kit. You can check out Akash’s website for more of his amazing photos and time-lapse tutorials. Continue reading Motorized slider time-lapse with Varanus SV2