I am excited to premiere on my short film “Legend Of The Bar”! Along with it I also got a series of filmmaking tutorials for you guys that document how the film was made on a $0 budget. Continue reading “Legend Of The Bar” Short film and tutorials!
Here is an honest review of the new Sony A7S II camera. Unlike most people who just test out a camera in store before forming an opinion, I actually use the gear that I review in real world production settings. Continue reading Sony A7S II Review After Real World Use
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
Hi guys. Today is time for another tutorial based on my latest short film “The Big Wild North”. Check out the video below. Continue reading Creating Locations That Don’t Exist
My latest film “The Big Wild North” is finally ready and you can watch it right here. Continue reading “The Big Wild North” – short film by Tom Antos
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
I got a new music video I wanted to premiere and also show you what equipment I used to get that anamorphic film look. Continue reading Real Anamorphic Lens for under $1K
“Russian Roulette” is a short directed by Ben Aston that has been very popular online. In fact, it won the 2014 Sundance London online short competition. It is a fun and clever film that shows once again that it doesn’t have to take a lot of money to entertain an audience. Continue reading “Russian Roulette” – £50 short film with the International Space Station
Today I am super proud to announce that my new tutorials are available for sale on the STORE page. The best part is that it’s only $24 dollars! Continue reading Lighting Dozen – New Cinematography Tutorials!
Recently, I came across a beautiful looking short film “Without You” by the talented Sherif Mokbel. Filmed on Panasonic’s DSLM camera Lumix GH4, this production serves as a great example of how to shoot with little crew and equipment. Continue reading “Without You” – Beautiful Short Shot on GH4