There is always a lot of interest whenever a Quentin Tarantino film comes out. However, “The Hateful Eight” – Tarantino’s latest film – has been a topic of wide discussion even before it premiered. Continue reading Is 70mm film a big deal?
Today, I test out nine of the most popular and requested headphones under $200. I test them out with different people so I can tell you which ones sound the best for casual music listening PLUS which pair I would chose for professional sound/music production. Continue reading Ultimate Headphone Showdown – which sound the best!
If you are a filmmaker, chances are that you’ve had to shoot a scene inside a moving car. If so, then you probably know how hard it can be to get smooth shots or interesting angles in such a situation. Continue reading How to Shoot a Car Scene: Camera, Lighting & Sound Tutorial
The KineMAX is one of the few cameras on the market that can shoot in 6K resolution. That’s actually nine times the resolution of standard HD. Beat that 4K!
You might be wondering what’s the point of shooting in 6K, when most of the world still watches in HD or is slowly moving to 4K? Continue reading KineMAX 6K Camera Tests and Review
Do you want to make it rain in your next film? Or maybe you’re doing a sexy music video where you wet the ladies down? Here’s how you can do it on a super low budget! Continue reading $15 DIY Rain Machine
Today I will test out new breed of lights hitting the market. Continue reading LED Fresnel Lights
If you do things traditional way, you can easily spend a lot of money recording sound on a film. But if you apply a few simple methods, you can get professional film sound on almost any budget. The methods described here are what we have used on our short films. Continue reading How To Get Professional Film Sound – Low-budget Way
The last few months I’ve had the chance to use Panasonic’s new 4K camera, the GH4, and I have been really impressed with it. The camera is easy to use and lets you create amazing shots. Continue reading GH4 Review, Tips & Cinema Settings
Last year I had a chance to work on an indie production. I was the cinematographer and also handled all the grip/gaffer as we had to move fast and get a lot of scenes in a short amount of time. Continue reading “American Dream” Indie Film Diary
I get often asked how I do gun shooting effects in my films. In this post I thought I would finally answer those questions. Continue reading Gun Fire (Muzzle Flare) Tutorial